Making perfume is actually very easy!
For a wedding you want everything perfect. A reflection of the bride and groom. Brides always want their wedding to be special and different. That includes the perfume. Wearing a scent that no one else has is a nice touch. Whether you are the bride or you want a gift for the bridal shower, you’ll find these perfume recipes go together so quickly and smell divine. I like to go to second hand stores or yard sales and find unique bottles that match the person I’m giving it to. Sometimes I’ll get some glass paint and dye the outside or if I’m feeling fancy I’ll air bush a unique design.
Perfume manufacturers actually color code their fragrances. If you like fresh, light, crisp fragrances they are usually light, often tinted slightly green or the palest yellow. This combination is one of my favorites.
If a sweet, soft floral scent speaks to you, they are often tinted pastel shades of pink or lavender or light yellow. I always thing of this one as cheery and bubbly.
A dark gold perfume is usually a heavier fragrance with strong floral or spicy notes. I’m not one for a cloying scent so I prefer one with spicy warm notes. Perfect to dab on your wrists and neck before the honeymoon.
One of the best things about these perfumes is they are much less likely to cause sensitivities or reactions if you use quality essential oils that are 100% essential oils without synthetics or additives. I find that most people are happily surprised. Of course, making your own perfume is fun even if it is just for you. I won’t tell. I hope you enjoy them. Let me know your thoughts.