10 ‘Something Blue’ ideas for your Wedding


As the saying goes ‘something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue!  Here are  my top 10  ways to incorporate this tradition in to your wedding day.  As well as blue flowers and ribbons why not add some unusual touches like the little blue angel charms for your bouquet or little blue hearts sewn inside your wedding dress?  As you will see there are so many ways to make this old tradition more personal and unique.

1 A gorgeous beaded angel to pin on your bouquet makes an ideal something blue.


Blue angel for bouquet

2. The traditional garter in a beautiful pale blue lace.


pale blue lace garter

3. How about your something blue peaking out under your dress. There are so many gorgeous blue shoes specially for weddings.

blue wedding shoes

4. Why not have your bouquet as your something blue. Blue hydrangea with some white flowers mixed in make stunning bouquets. I love the blue hydrangea with the tiny white stephanotis which have a divine scent.

blue floral bouquet

5. A blue ribbon or sash on your wedding dress.

Blue sash on wedding dress

6. A glimpse of  blue petticoats under your wedding dress!

Wedding dress blue underskirt

7. A gorgeous emerald cut aquamarine and French cut blue diamond engagement ring.

something blue engagement ring

8. Little blue earrings

blue earrings

9. Little blue hearts sewn into your dress to remind you of a loved one.

blue heart sewn inside wedding dress

10. Blue flowers or blue hair accessory for your bridal hair style

blue flower side comb

Photo Credits:

Blue crystal angel charm from Busybeaders.com   /   Blue lace garter from Weddbook.com    /    Blue wedding shoes from Badgley Mischka    /    Blue floral bouquet from an article by modwedding.com    /   Blue ribbon on back of wedding dress from an article by fabmood.com   /    Blue petticoats from an article by brides.com   /   Aquamarine and blue diamond engagement ring from topdrawerjewlery.com     /   Blue earrings from  bhldn.com    /    Blue hearts sewn into wedding dress from a blog by Kimberly Sheamoore   /   Blue floral hair comb from etsy.com