The tradition comes from an old English rhyme: Something old, something new; Something borrowed, something blue; And a sixpence in her shoe. Most brides follow such tradition by collecting tokens under each category that act as lucky charms. It can be from family, friends, or something you bought for yourself. Today, we put the spotlight on "Something blue." They say it stands for purity, love, and fidelity. To give you an idea for your big day, here are some things we've spotted, unmistakably blue, that can make your wedding ensemble all the more special. Click on the gallery.
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Bridal Special: Something BlueIncorporate the something blue in your wedding ensemble for good luck!
Incorporate the something blue in your wedding ensemble for good luck!