Besides, the money for a corbeille is needed to decorate your house in Paris.
Wasn't that a divine flash about the corbeille and the mayor?
Here's the consolation:—my father will be obliged to turn his corbeille into my trousseau when I am married!
He ordered the corbeille from Paris, and contained himself with what patience he could until it arrived; then they were married.
Your wedding gown, your corbeille, all will be of the best; I shall see to that myself.
That inconsiderate wretch of a Marquis de Ferrier—to spoil such a corbeille as this!
Was not the corbeille de mariage a wonder and an envy to all her acquaintance?
Every rich young girl who is married ought to include in her corbeille de noces the dot of some poor girl.
Your aunt, the Countess, sends her love to you, and amuses herself with the preparation of your corbeille.
M. de Vaissiere settled a dot upon his fiancée, and ordered a trousseau and a corbeille, not forgetting the cachemire.