Princess Eugenie's something blue was hiding in her bouquet! At her wedding to Jack Brooksbank on Oct. 11 at Windsor Castle's St. George's Chapel, the royal carried a crisp white bouquet with blue thistle, which contrasted the autumnal flowers that decorated the chapel.
Though the bouquet followed tradition, the pop of color was a nice touch. Florist Amelia Christoffers broke down its significance to the Evening Standard. "Princess Eugenie's bouquet has followed the traditional royal line of white, sweet-smelling British flowers with plush green foliage, but with an added twist," she said. "Perhaps as a nod to her Scottish heritage, her beautiful arrangement includes blue thistle, which adds a contemporary pop of color and personality."
In addition, Eugenie included a sprig of myrtle, which comes from a long tradition started by Queen Victoria in the 19th century. As it's told, the then queen planted a myrtle shrub shortly after her wedding, and royals have since picked myrtle from that same shrub for their nuptials. Ahead, look at pictures of Eugenie's elegant bouquet.