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Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue!

by David Tutera |

Have fun finding elements to fit each saying. For example:

Something Old. Heirloom pieces are perfect for “something old”: a jewelry piece, a swatch of fabric from your mom’s wedding dress wrapped around your bouquet handle, a penny in your shoe.

Something New. Your new gown, your veil, a photo in a new locket of you and your groom, a pair of fabulous new shoes.

Something borrowed. Your mother’s wedding band on your right hand, a piece of jewelry, a tiara, a purse from a bridesmaid.

Something Blue. A bit of blue in your jewelry or hairpiece, a blue flower used in your bouquet, light blue embellishments on your garter, a pretty handkerchief with blue stitching or a fabulous blue shoe that pops out when you walk down the aisle.