Weddings bring about many traditions that are tried and true. There’s the bouquet toss, the best man speech, the first dance, the cake smash, the father walking his daughter down the aisle, the throwing of bird seed (rice is bad for birds) as the newlyweds depart, freezing the top tier of the cake to eat at the first year anniversary etc.......ideas of traditions to honor and celebrate the wedding in years to come.
Flowers have a strong presence on vintage and antique silverware and it most likely has something to do with the secret flower language called Floriography that was popular during the Victorian Era. Often these bouquets were very cryptic and conveyed a feeling or idea that could not be spoken in the oh-so-proper Victorian times. Perhaps your upcycled silverware jewelry has a special meaning - read more to find out!