Remember we previously talked about the time honored tradition of Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue? Well, brides still honor wearing Something Blue as a symbol of purity, love and fidelity.
There are many ways to rock Something Blue for your wedding, for instance earrings. Many brides are either gifted or allowed to borrower jewelry for their special day. Why not make it some Topaz earrings?
Or try something totally unique by allowing your make-up artist to create a special look for you by incorporating blue eye-shadow.
What if your wedding colors doesn’t agree with blue? Well, here are a couple of ways you can discretely rock this tradition and not clash with your wedding colors. Forget about Christian Louboutin’s red bottom shoes, rock some blue sole shoes like these. You typically don’t see the sole of the shoes anyway so this is a great way to keep with tradition and not clash with your wedding colors.
But the ultimate way to discreetly incorporate Something Blue into your wedding is with a blue satin garter belt, another time-honored tradition. For centuries, brides have been wearing garter belts under their dresses. Brides began wearing the blue satin garter belt as a way to incorporate the Something Blue in their wedding.
The options are endless; from a blue anklet to blue nails, do you and rock your "Something Blue"!