Every bride knows the rhyme,
The saying, taken from an old English poem, has become a wedding custom as a way to wish the bride good luck on her big day. Each verse carries its own meaning. Something old represents continuity. Something new reflects optimism for the future. Something borrowed is for borrowed happiness and something blue is purity, love and fidelity.
A common practice for “something blue” is for the bride to wear a garter with a blue accent like a ribbon or charm. While weddings celebrate tradition, we love when brides add their own twists! Here are some of our favorite new takes on “something blue”!
Add a pop of blue jewelry! A sapphire spiked piece of jewelry creates an instant regal look.
Jumping for joy in a pair of blue shoes is ideal for brides who may be a little shy about showing-off the hue.
Florists can blend a bouquet of blue-dyed flowers with white blooms. This bouquet is especially vibrant in summer!
Nail it with a blue manicure! Add sweet nail art or go for it with a modern French manicure!