7 spring and summer colognes for weddings
From the classic Dior Eau Sauvage to Tom Ford’s refreshing Neroli Portofino, there’s a fragrance for every personality and wedding setting.
Wedding fragrance 1: Dior Eau Sauvage
The first spring-summer wedding fragrance is Christian Dior Eau Sauvage. This should not be confused with the new fragrance Sauvage.
When it comes to men’s fragrances, Eau Sauvage is an absolute classic and totally iconic. Here’s that note:
Top note: Lemon, Bergamot, Basil, Lavender.
Heart note: Jasmine, Rose, Carnation, Patchouli, Sandalwood.
Base note: Oakmoss, Vetiver, Musk, Amber.
Overall, Dior Eau Sauvage smells very fresh and citrusy. Also, unlike citrus scents, on average he lasts for 5-8 hours.
If you’re looking for something refreshing, simple, classic, and getting lots of compliments, Eau Sauvage is a great choice.
Wedding fragrance 2: Floris No.89
Next on the list is Floris No. 89. Currently, this is classified as a woody, citrus scent.
Top note: Bergamot, Lavender, Neroli, Nutmeg, Orange, Petitgrain
Heart note: geranium, rose, ylang ylang
Base note: Cedarwood, Musk, Oakmoss, Sandalwood, Vetiver
Floris No. 89 is considered the quintessential English gentleman’s scent. Up until that point, it was said to be a favorite of both Winston Churchill and Ian Fleming (author of the James Bond novels).
Definitely a classic gentleman’s scent. Lavender gives it a barbershop quality because of its sharpness. Still, it’s a very fresh and masculine scent that lasts for a solid 4-6 hours.
Wedding fragrance 3: Guerlain Vetiver
The third fragrance is Guerlain Vetiver, It is considered one of the most classic men’s fragrances.
Vetiver is a type of grass native to India. Those with vetiver tend to smell fresh and natural. Guerlain Vetiver has a simple and unique fragrance with the following notes:
Top note: Bergamot, Lemon, Neroli, Coriander
Heart note: vetiver and cedar
Base note: tobacco, nutmeg, pepper, tonka bean
You get that underlying grassy essence with Guerlain Vetiver, but it’s not front and center like many other vetiver fragrances. But you also get a sharp scent combined with woody notes that are recognizably more masculine than many other vetiver scents. .
Wedding Fragrance 4: Tom Ford Oud Fleur
From luxury brand Tom Ford, Oud Fleur is the fourth fragrance for spring and summer weddings. This one is especially unique and distinct, especially when compared to the other six fragrances on this list.
There are too many notes to list here, but the three that really stand out are:
Rose – Traditionally associated with feminine perfumes, rose is surprisingly masculine in this fragrance.
Oud — This creates an overall intoxicating scent.
Incense – This one is heady, spicy, and masculine.
Tom Ford’s Oud Fleur has an impressive projection. It stays on for a solid 6-8 hours. It is also classy, elegant, unique and very sexy.
Wedding fragrance 5: Loha Parfum Elysium
The fifth fragrance for warm weather weddings is Elysium by Roja Parfums. This is considered a fragrant fougère. Basically, it’s fresh, bright, bright and masculine. Note the following.
Up Note: Grapefruit, Lemon, Bergamot, Lime, Thyme
Heart note: Vetiver, Juniper, Apple, Cedar, Pink Pepper, Jasmine
Base note: ambergris, vanilla, leather, benzoin
Elysium is very refreshing, but a little irritating. Most striking are the sharper, herbal notes of grapefruit and juniper.
But what really sets this scent apart from others is that it lasts a long time on the skin thanks to ambergris.
Wedding fragrance 6: Archist He
Next is El by Alquist. It is classified as an amber fougère. This means that it smells fresh and grassy yet has a very deep, rich and masculine scent. Here are some standout notes:
Top note: bay leaf, clary sage, rosemary, geranium
Heart note: cardamom, cinnamon, orange flower water, black buckwheat honey
Base note: patchouli, oakmoss, vetiver, fougère accord
Of all seven fragrances on this list, Él is by far the sexiest. So it’s perfect for evening events or slightly chilly spring and summer days.
Wedding Fragrance 7: Tom Ford Neroli Portofino
Finally, Tom Ford’s Neroli Portofino. This is classified as a citrus aromatic. Notes include:
Top note: Bergamot, Mandarin Orange, Lemon, Bitter Orange, Lavender, Rosemary
Heart note: African orange blossom, neroli, jasmine
Base note: Amber, Angelica, Ambrett
This scent is very light and citrusy, but the most penetrating is neroli, an oil extracted from orange blossoms. Because of this, it gets a floral touch, mixed with citrus notes for a smooth scent.
Neroli Portofino is very long lasting. At the same time, it is still very light and refreshing. It can be worn at spring and summer weddings, but it’s perfect for beach and seaside events.
Ultimately, you have to choose the scent that suits you best. After all, it’s your (and your spouse’s) day. But if you’re not sure where to start, check out some of these fragrances. It’s built so you can’t go wrong. They’re also unique, niche scents that don’t smell like you’d find in most stores.
Of course, it’s hard to know which scent you like until you’ve tried a few. I can do it.