“The bridal wreath and snowballs make it look like a wedding was expected in there,” she declared.
The bridal wreath is sullied by the incense which rises round it.
Orange blossoms or other white flowers and maiden blush roses should form the bridal wreath and bouquet.
Athalie brought out the bridal wreath, and tried it on Timéa's head.
Her bright hopes had faded at sight of that colorless garb, and the bridal wreath was to wither on her brow!
Some are as red as a drop of blood, and some as white as a bridal wreath.
At other times she thought of them as a bridal wreath, purer than the purest orange-blossom that ever decked a bride.
The young man went in, and perched himself on the window-sill beside a pot of bridal wreath.
And Mrs. Crisp cut down nearly a whole bushful of bridal wreath to decorate Eugenia's room with.
On her head she wore a bridal wreath and veil—the former of jewels, the latter falling round her like a cloud of mist.