Wednesday, September 19, 2012

How To Incorporate Something Blue

We've all heard the saying, 'something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.' However, many brides struggle with figuring out clever ways to actually incorporate the last piece of the saying; the something blue.

On this week's 'How To,' we are going to show you 4 of our all time favorite ways to incorporate something blue in a meaningful and creative way!

Ready?! Here we go...

#1: Stitch a piece of your father's and/or grandfather's blue dress shirts onto your wedding dress.  It doesn't even have to be as visible as the image below. However, we do love the look of this! You can also stitch it inside your wedding gown for a more intimate approach!
Image from Pinterest
#2: Mother's and/or Grandmother's blue brooch pinned onto the stem of your bouquet. This will not be as noticeable to all your guests, however, make sure your photographer captures a picture! We were unable to find an image with a blue brooch! We actually love it when that happens because it means we are getting original with our ideas! :)

Image from Pinterest

#3: Have your monogram and your wedding date embroidered onto a label and then stitch it onto the inside of your dress. Somewhere. Anywhere. We love this little trend, even although you're guests won't see it!  Remember, as long as you know it is there, that is all that matters! Plus, who doesn't love a monogram?!
Image from Etsy
#4:  Going bold with your something blue is another favorite of ours and we love these sapphire blue flower hair pins. It would be even more meaningful if you could borrow them, or something like them, from your mother, grandmother, or other special lady in your life!  If not, then these could double as your new & blue!
Image from Polyvore




So, there you have it! Four fabulous ways on how you can add a touch of blue to your big day!

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