Find Your Something Blue
So you have the something old, new, and borrowed. What about the something that is blue? WithThisBling has three great ways that you can keep with the blue tradition, but make it completely unique to your special day:
- Blue shoes: They are the perfect addition to your outfit and can be easily hidden (if you’re wearing a long dress). You can even pull something crazy out, like a pair of blue tennis shoes or a cute pair of baby blue kitten heels. It’s your day, why not be comfortable in what you want to wear? Or, if you’d rather keep your shoes white, try adding a blue bow or blue flower clip to your shoes to add that pop of color.
- Blue hair piece: Why not do a bejeweled clip or flower with your up-do? Of course, the color blue might not match the rest of your colors; however it will stand out during your wedding day.
- Blue Bridal Belt or Sash: Add flair to your wedding dress with a blue bridal belt or sash in leather, satin, velvet, or another fun material. Feel free to play with embellishments until you find the right look!
- Blue nail polish: Yeah, it’s a little non-traditional, but it gets the job done. Try using a navy blue or a royal blue to make your nails stand out for all your guests to get a glimpse. Having a beach wedding? A tropical blue that matches the ocean will be the perfect hue. How about a winter wedding? Nails in ice blue are perfect for complimenting your theme.
So whether it’s on your head, your toes, or somewhere in between, blue is the essential color to have when fulfilling the age-old wedding tradition.