The Fleur d’oranger (eng. The Orange blossom) – snow-white flowers of an orange tree; borrowed from French in many languages.
The Fleur d’oranger is a traditional part of the bride’s wedding headpiece, such as a wreath, bridal bouquet, or other jewelry for the bride.
Since ancient times, the orange flower has been considered a symbol of innocence, but entered the world fashion with Queen Victoria.
Usually Fleur d’orange was made from fabric (silk), sometimes with wax, less often from precious materials. Sometimes “Fleur d’oranger” is the name given to the bride’s headpiece made of flowers, not always of orange blossom.