In the fifteenth century the nosegay (an appeal to the nose), flowers or herbs tied together with a sweet_smelling fragrance was worn around the neck for a satisfactory smell, and to mask foul odors. Proper women of the Victorian Era society carried these bouquets at most social gatherings and Judges would often carry them into their court room and wear around their neck to ward off the unpleasant smell of the streets.
Floral designs with matching shades or breathtaking contrast in a big or small arrangements would surely complement the wedding settings. By using creative and artistic talents, the flower decorator can create beautiful floral patterns. What kind of arrangement you would like at your wedding would be totally your personal choice. You can consider having a large arch of flowers, strewing rose petals or centerpieces in a color scheme that would be appealing to you as well as complement the entire set up of the wedding. A good florist will use flower decoration to his best advantage to make your reception venue look fantabulous.