We're sure that you're all aware of the tradition of wearing something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue on your wedding day, but have you thought about how you're going to incorporate these into your look? We take a closer look at 11 amazing ideas for something blue to your outfit so you can keep up with the tradition and look great while you're doing it!
Another wedding tradition that many brides will take part in. There are a couple of different stories behind brides wearing a garter but one thing is for certain; it presents a perfect opportunity for them to include something blue in their wedding day attire. It's a symbolic accessory and also hidden from view (most of the time) so it won't clash with whatever colour scheme you've chosen for your wedding day.
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The jewellery on your wedding day is always going to be special, so why not add a bit of added importance to it by making your earrings your something blue? Think sapphires or topaz for a classy and elegant look when you tie the knot.
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You can choose to make a real statement with an eye-catching necklace or keep it low key with an intricate and delicate option instead. Whatever you pick, use it as your something blue and combine tradition with something sparkly and gorgeous!
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Perfect for those looking for something different as their something blue. Ideal for a summer or boho style wedding, it's a great way to add a touch of nature to your wedding day as well as that all-important blue.
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Make a statement with a gorgeous blue clutch bag on your wedding day. Granted you won't want to be carrying it all day but when you do you want it to look great. It's the perfect excuse to buy that designer bag you've wanted for so long too!
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Painting your nails is a brilliant way to add a touch of blue to your big day. Make it as subtle or as bold as you wish and go for whatever suits you and your theme. Don't forget your toes too if you're wearing open-toed shoes!
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Incorporate a shade or two of blue to your wedding bouquet and stand out from with something stunning and slightly unusual to carry down the aisle. With so many beautiful blooms in an array of blues, you're sure to find something that you love.
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Your something blue doesn't have to out there for everyone to see. Add a touch of blue to your wedding lingerie to keep to tradition in a way that only you and your partner will know about!
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Add a splash of colour to your look on your wedding day with some glorious blue heels to finish off your outfit. Whether they're hidden under your dress or on full display for all your guests to enjoy; you'll look and feel great knowing with your blue wedding shoes on.
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So you've opted for a stunning up-do for your special day, why not hold it all in place with a hair clip that combines a touch of glamour with a delightful shade of blue? It's a wonderful way to add a bit of something special to your hairstyle and an excuse to buy another piece of jewellery too.
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Finish off your dress with a blue sash around your waist. It will add a wonderful touch of colour and detail to your outfit and keep you adhering to tradition nicely. Pastel blues are great for the summer while navy and midnight blues might be best suited to winter weddings. Go with whatever blue you love the most though!
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With so many incredible options for making something blue a special part of your wedding day, we're sure you'll find the perfect way to add some tradition to your big day.
Have you decided on your something borrowed yet? Check out our guide to picking the perfect Something Borrowed to see what you could choose!