Wedding Traditions: Something Blue

Warm and colorful greetings to all Lots of Love Readers! Every bride wants everything perfect on her wedding day. According to tradition, a bride will have a beautiful wedding and a good married life ahead of her if she has these five things with her on her wedding day: something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and a silver sixpence in her shoe! 

Something old represents the bride's past, her traditions, culture and her family. Something new symbolizes the new life ahead of her as she journeys into marriage. Something borrowed stands for happiness. A silver sixpence represents prosperity. And of course, there's something blue, which represents love, fidelity and good fortune. 

There are a million and one ways of integrating blue into the whole wedding theme. But if it is nowhere near your preferred color palette, you can still discreetly incorporate it into your wedding style. Here are some ideas for a bride's Something Blue:

Travel in style in a blue vintage car

Carry a bouquet of blue flowers

Accentuate your wedding gown with a blue gem pendant

There's a lot of buzz about colored wedding dress  this year and this lovely powder blue wedding gown will surely leave everybody in awe at your wedding. 

If blue is not the prominent color for your wedding, you can still have your "something blue" without bringing too much attention into it. 

You can opt for a powder blue petticoat

Or these sexy blue shoes right under your wedding dress

Who says you can't have a wedding garter in blue?

You can tuck this dainty blue hanky on your purse

Make a statement with your wedding shoes
And embroider a special message under your gown. 
There is nothing more lovely, friendly and charming a relationship, communion or company than a good marriage.  
Lots of Love, 
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