Not much can be added to the elaborate 'setting' of this perfume, described in blogs. It is a wedding scent of pureness, true happiness, a radiant bride; a very lush, edible gourmand. The sweetness is realistic, as I smell I can literally see and 'taste' these almond confetti wedding candies (which I've never had the pleasure to actually eat, but I ask myself, how could they taste as wonderful as this smells?) and imagine I am in this picture perfect image of heaven, orange blossoms blooming everywhere, trees heavy with them, branches bending over to lay their blossoms on my face as I walk under a whole canopy of white flowers. A million sweet almond candies are being roasted in the background.
It smells so amazingly wonderful; it captures the first-blooming soft, sweet smell of orange blossoms, truly a heady and amazing aroma mingling with these just-picked slightly oily, meaty almonds. None of the indoles are present, these orange blossoms are not a day old, all of them have -just- opened. To be honest I smell no bitterness in this whatsoever, the edges are all fuzzy and blissfully, euphorically rounded. Everything smells natural, as natural as a real bloom to me, and captures the scent of perfect wedding day happiness, an emotion I've never known but can imagine fully, breathing in the smell of as if there's no tomorrow, which is exactly what I'm going to do with my FB. ;)
This also makes me remember my Italian nanny from Long Island who raised me, who saved her confetti from her wedding day in a little white see-through polyester baggie with a white satin ribbon. She would never let me eat them, but sometimes would take them down for me to smell them....
EDIT: After awhile this sweet dessert scent, like the candied almonds, becomes almost too much for major overhaul consumption, which this definitely is.