In early Roman Weddings, Brides carried herbs under their veils to ensure fertility and fidelity and ward off evil spirits.
In Weddings in ancient Greece, Ivy was used to represent enduring love.
Different customs have adopted different conventions in the use of flowers in weddings.
Jazz musicians lead a procession to the reception from the church in Louisiana, followed by the bridesmaids twirling umbrellas decorated with flowers.
In England, the bride and the wedding party walked to the church together.
A young girl lead the procession scattering blossoms along the road so the Brides path through life would always be happy and filled with flowers.
A History of Wedding Flowers