Meghan Markle's bouquet at her wedding to Prince Harry was filled with tradition and personal touches from the bride and groom.
The Palace released details of Meghan's bouquet designed by florist Philippa Craddock, which paired gorgeously with her custom Givenchy gown.
The floral arrangement featured Forget-Me-Nots which, if you recall, were Princess Diana's favorite flower. The inclusion of Diana's favorite flower was just one of the many ways they chose to honor the memory of the late royal on their big day.
Just a day before, Prince Harry also handpicked several flowers from their private garden at Kensington Palace to be included in the bouquet.
Per tradition, sprigs of Myrtle were also included in the bouquet. The tradition of Mytrle in a royal bride's bouquet began when Queen Victoria's eldest daughter, Princess Victoria, carried it in her bouquet when she tied the knot in 1858.
According to the Palace, the Myrtle sprigs in Meghan's bouquet are from stems planted at Osborne House on the Ilse of Wight by Queen Victoria in 1845 and from a plant grown from the Myrtle used in the queen's 1947 wedding bouquet.
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Other florals included in the custom arrangement include sweet peas, lily of the valley, astilbe, jasmine and astrantia. The bouquet was bound in a naturally dyed, raw silk ribbon.
Meghan took everyone's breath away as she entered St. George's Chapel in the custom gown designed by British-born designer Claire Waight Keller. She paired the look with a custom veil and shoes from Givenchy, Cartier jewels and a tiara, which was on loan from Queen Elizabeth. For more on the wedding, watch the video above!
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