(Champagne Snow Showers fragrance, sparkly orange/lime, and paper hearts)
Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Perfume, Sweet Orange Oil (Citrus Dulcis), Lime Oil (Citrus aurantifolia), Cognac Oil, Paper Confetti.
Lush Times 2003 description: We like to celebrate. We do it at every possible opportunity. In fact, every morning is a micro celebration of sorts when we award ourselves a Ballistic for having managed to get out of bed in one piece. Mo’s beautiful new Bridal Bouquet Ballistic celebrates weddings. It has one of our best celebratory scents too: throw it in the bath and it will waft the fragrance of Buck’s fizz with a dash of cognac, which will put you in a part mood even if you weren’t so sure before you started. The Bridal Bouquet is made to celebrate weddings*. It could be an engagement, a hen party, the big day itself or fifty years later. Bathe in the scent of celebration and make bathing more of an occasion. (*Incidentally, we are a very inclusive organisation and we would not dream of stopping teh resolutely single, separated, divorced or widowed or not-the-slightest-bit-interested members of the public from enjoying the Bridal Bouquet should they wish.)
Review: Smells like fizzy orange soda. It’s not an elegant and rounded orange like “Happy for Sad” or “but sparkly, festive and bright. I think this one went really well with the citrussy orange Brightside bubble bar or “Happy” bubble bar. Later Lush used this scent and made the “Christmas Party” bath bomb, Golden Wonder bath bomb, Celebrate lotion, jelly, and perfume.