Something Blue?

Are you a traditional bride incorporating something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue in your wedding? If you are, do you know where this tradition comes from? It stems from an old English rhyme “Something olde, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a silver sixpence in your shoe.”  As tokens of love family members and the bride’s attendants gave old, new, borrowed, and blue items and a sixpence to the bride on her wedding day for good luck just before her marriage.  Many brides today are incorporating the old, new, borrowed, and blue items into their wedding day. Join the conversation on facebook and let us know what traditions you are incorporating in your day.

When Freddie met Lilly gown
This gorgeous gown from When Freddie met Lilly with a blue feature. The blue belt or head piece is used as a corsage here.
Charlotte Olympia
We love these Charlotte Olympia heels
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