Tradition With A Twist On Your “ Something Blue ”

“Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue” is a traditional wedding prose dating back to 19th-century England that is still relevant in today’s millennial era. Here are some ways to revive this essential ritual within modern-day nuptial ceremonies.

 

A Blue Ambience

 

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Why should your “something blue” be limited to something you wear or a snazzy carry on? A flamboyant royal blue reception hall with subtle detailing in white and metallic accents would be the perfect way to showcase your love for all things blue.

 

Set The Table

 

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Subtle nuances of azure in the form of opulent crockery paired with designer furniture against a classy white backdrop is a great way to bring out the blue for a minimalist couple. Muted, pastel hues that will be visible to the keen eye are not necessarily in your face, but provide a sense of serenity through the various frenzied wedding revelries.

 

Blue Wedding Gowns

 

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Along with numerous accoutrements, donning a rich blue wedding gown and walking down the aisle would make for a grand entrance. For a quintessential fairytale-esque look opt for a bejeweled ballgown with glittery trimmings.

 

Head To Toe

 

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There is no such rule against a true blue wedding ensemble! Get your glam on with suede Valentino lace-ups or a flirty pair of heels. Stylish cobalt footwear adds a touch of whimsy when you’re busting out some killer moves on the dance floor. Treat yourself to a pair of quirky blue shoes embellished with shimmering Swarovski crystals for some good luck on your special day.

 

Couture Clutches

 

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Navy blue couture clutches as a bold statement piece or intricately designed sapphire earrings. A complete investment that you can use even after the magnificent wedding galas.

 

Ornate Jewels

 

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Blue bling never goes out of style, the royal Kate Middleton is prime example! Whether it be statement modish jewellery or a sapphire and uncut clustered diamond engagement ring, fine regal gemstones is a subtle nod to the “something blue” that you get to cherish for a whole lifetime.

 

Cerulean Delicacies

 

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A sophisticated wedding cake symbolising your “something blue” is another way to incorporate this traditional antediluvian wedding rhyme. Through layers of decadent buttercream frosting and various experimental flavours, a vibrant blue outer appearance would be gorgeously lustrous as well as a scrumptious treat for your guests.

 

 

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