Jasmine, our wedding fragrance paying tribute to Andalusia. Scenting a wedding with the flower of Andalusia. Today, on February 28th, we can’t help but pay tribute to Andalusia, our land. Among the 8 fragrances you’ll find in The Wedding Scent, “Jasmine” is a wedding aroma that roams the streets of Andalusia. Its small white flower transports you to its Andalusian and Arab corners.
Jasmine smells like Andalusia and Arab culture
If you’re looking for an event with a taste of southern Spain, our perfume “Jasmine” will be perfect for scenting a wedding. When your guests enter the banquet and enjoy the scent of jasmine, they will think it emanates from nature itself. All our fragrances are carefully crafted to be natural and seamlessly blend with the surroundings. “Jasmine” is probably one of the most versatile. If you love the aromas of Andalusia, we also recommend Orange Tree, our fragrance with a nod to Seville. Orange Tree smells like freshly cut orange tree leaves. It’s truly delightful. In the scent for weddings in Seville, you’ll find the most elegant and sophisticated essence of the capital city.
A highly elegant floral scent for weddings
This fragrance is composed of pure white flowers that bloom during spring. In the morning, they emit the freshness of dew, capturing the memories of summer nights strolling through the magical courtyards of our beloved Andalusia. Like hidden gems within the Nasrid ensemble, they blossom on pergolas, fences, and walls, releasing scents into the air that linger like warm summer nights.
This tribute to the delicate jasmine flower, with fresh and subtle notes of lilac and mimosa, will fill your wedding with a refreshing sense, enveloping your Big Day in the essence of spring. Jasmine smells like Andalusia, the south, its courtyards, and gardens.
● Top note: Fresh and light; the spring-like note and subtle spicy touch of lilac.
● Heart note: Floral and enveloping; the sensual and intoxicating scent of jasmine
adorned with the floral and green nuances of mimosa.
● Base note: Fruity and woody notes of musk.