The perfect wedding day perfume will create a lasting memory of your celebration - so get inspired with these picks from some of the most iconic royal brides
Kate Middleton wore… White Gardenia Petals by Illuminum
In fact, the Daily Mail reports every bottle of the delicate floral fragrance sold out within mere minutes of it being named. According to online listings, the coveted perfume is 'reminiscent of a vase of white flowers', with an opening hint of coconut and subsequent top notes of bergamot, jasmine, white gardenia and ylang ylang.
A quick search on Google shows the fragrance is still largely unavailable - although there are a couple of eBay listings, if you're feeling brave... However, other scents from the 16-piece Illuminum collection are available to buy here.
Princess Diana wore… Quelques Fleurs by Houbigant Paris
Legend has it the princess-to-be spilt the contents of her perfume bottles on her gown moments before her wedding ceremony, with the blushing bride attempting to conceal the mark on her dress as she walked down the aisle.
The delicate fragrance contains top notes of orange blossom and citrus, and was first created in 1912 by Parisian perfumer Houbigant. Shop it here.
Grace Kelly wore… Fleurissimo by Creed
The romantic scent was especially commissioned for the Hollywood film star by her royal husband, Prince Rainier of Monaco, and has been a popular wedding perfume ever since.
Containing heady notes of bergamot, tuberose, Bulgarian Rose, violet, Florentine iris and ambergris, the fragrance can be purchased here.
Queen Elizabeth II wore… White Rose by Floris
The Telegraph reports the Queen’s favourite scent is created by perfumiere Floris, with her wedding perfume widely considered to have been the perfume house's White Rose (owing to her love of carnations).
With top notes of those very same carnations, the Floris website states it contain heart notes of iris, rose, jasmine and violet, as well as base notes of amber and musk. Divine! Shop it here.
Queen Victoria wore… A wreath of orange blossoms
Whilst not a perfume per se, the legendary queen adorned herself with a large wreath of fragrant orange blossoms on her wedding day. Not only did the blooms give the celebration a beautiful scent, they were also believed to represent bridal purity.