We've covered Something Old and Something New, but what does Something Borrowed represent? It's been said that if a bride is to borrow an item from a woman in a long, happy marriage, she would be borrowing some of her happiness on her wedding day. Now I know we can't all borrow one of the Queen's tiara's like Kate Middleton, but here are some of our favorite, sentimental Something Borrowed items.
We love when our creative couples put a personal twist on tradition. We're pretty sure most of you have heard of the old English rhyme that if a bride wears "something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue" on her wedding day, it will bring good luck to her marriage. In case you need a refresher, “something old” symbolizes the couple’s past and continuity. Here are our favorite ways real brides have incorporate something old into their wedding.
When the open bar just won't do it, please your guest's sweet tooth with fun unique desserts! Even though cake and cookies don't need anything fancy to be delicious, it still makes everyone happy when they are presented in the cutest of fashions. Here are our favorite dessert hits!
Boring Cake, Boring Life - We're Just Sayin! Your cake doesn’t have to be classic vanilla, opt for a cake that excites your future life as a committed couple (& one your ready to devour).
Less IS more (especially when it comes to minimalist weddings)! And it definitely doesn't equal boring. We are totally in love with this cool, understated trend that has been popping up on our feeds for the past year or so. If you're just as obsessed with this simplistic look, scroll on and get inspired because we've put together our favorite minimalist wedding ideas.
When it comes to weddings (or pretty much any special event), unique is the new traditional – and no event should be created alike. One of the most buzzed-about trends for the big day is to have fun with food and drink by creating edible displays that are anything but predictable.