5 Creative Ways To Incorporate 'Something Blue' Into Your Wedding Day
Are you a bride-to-be struggling to find your something blue? Then take a look at these gorgeous ideas!
The old English rhyme "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue" has come to symbolize the things a bride is supposed to wear on her wedding day to have a successful marriage.
These pieces are often heirlooms or family treasures handed down as tokens of good luck for the bride to carry on her walk down the aisle.
It is a beloved tradition that many brides choose to partake in. Whether you just got engaged or are in the midst of planning, finding your wedding day "something blue" can be a challenge.
Do you want the hue to be subtle or in-your-face? It's really up to you, the bride.
There are easy ways to incorporate blue into your big day via footwear, jewelry, or even wearing a blue wedding dress! But today's modern brides are finding creative, new ways to put a spin on this old tradition.
Brides who want their "something blue" to pop on their big day should check out these creative ideas.
1. Painted Soles
If blue isn’t one of your wedding colors, you may find it difficult to incorporate something blue into your wedding day. But don’t worry — we’ve got you covered!
With just blue nail polish, you can make your own fun "something blue" by simply painting the soles of your shoes with blue nail polish for a chic yet subtle look.
2. Blue Nail Polish
Let your "something blue" stand out this wedding season by wearing it on your nails. Get creative and choose a hue that works best with your dress, whether it be a bold blue or an lighter duck-egg blue.
3. Custom Embroidery Inside Your Dress
Be unique with your "something blue" by opting for an embroidered decal that has a special meaning for you.
Sewing something inside your dress with blue thread is a subtle way to incorporate something blue into your big day.
4. Wedding Invitations
If you’re incorporating blue shades into your wedding, a "something blue" wedding invitation is a perfect way to get a jump start on this tradition.
Because you can't wear the invitation on your big day, just make sure to choose a design that has a blue doily or ribbon, so you can easily incorporate it into your floral bouquet as you walk down the aisle.
5. The Flowers
You would be surprised at how striking and gorgeous a few blue accents in your wedding bouquet can be. The color blue works well with so many wedding styles — depending on the shade, it can be fresh, light, innocent, or glamorous.
Choosing the right flowers and embellishments in bouquets and centerpieces can be the perfect way to add a personal touch to your day.
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