How To Wear Perfume On Your Wedding Day

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Your big day is near. But have you thought about your wedding perfume? Well, we want you to smell as dreamy as possible! So here’s how to wear perfume on your special day.


Choose a new beautiful scent

You want a perfume that will remind you of your wedding day and nothing else. So opt for a romantic, floral fragrance that has fresh notes to keep you energized on your big day, like Ticino Paris -  BELIEVE, DEWY ROSE and THE ONE FOR HER or GENTLEMEN and SPIRIT for him.

When it comes to choosing a fragrance for your wedding day, remember that it will act as a memory of that special time you said I do and when you smell that fragrance after your wedding day, it will take you straight back to that day. So the perfume you choose to wear needs to be a new discovery – one that you’ve never worn before and has no relation to any memory or feeling.

Spritz your fragrance in the morning

No one wants to walk down the aisle in a cloud of perfume that distracts the wedding party from your dress or suit.

Instead, spray your scent in the morning. Spritz your perfume as soon as you’ve dried off after showering or bathing and before you’ve stepped into your dress or suit. Your body heat will intensify the base notes, so the earlier you apply it, the better. 

Know where to spray it

Yes, it’s all about where you spray it. Applying your chosen scent is an art form. Wear perfume on your wrists, elbows and collarbone. Don’t rub it in – just let the perfume unravel and work its magic. When it’s time for the groom to kiss the bride, he will be immersed in your scent.

Layer your fragrance

You want to smell amazing, right? Well, here’s how to make your other half weak at the knees. A body lotion or cream without any scent is a great way to make the smell last. It’s called layering. Apply the lotion first, then spray with the perfume. Not only does this increase the lasting quality but the alcohol in the fragrance won’t break down the cream, so the moisturizing factor is maximized.