Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, and Something Blue. Sound familiar? Probably because we've covered the first three over the past couple weeks. Take a cue from these real brides who found unexpected ways to incorporate the hue into their big day.
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.
As we mentioned last week, we're suckers for tradition. We also shared some sentimental ways to incorporate Something Old into your wedding. But the old English rhyme has much more to it. Something New represent a couple's future life together. Here are some Something New ideas for your new beginning.
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.
A unique way of making your wedding insta-ready and Pinterest perfect is with your contemporary geometric ceremony backdrop. When the I Do's are said and the rings are swapped, these backdrops make a picture perfect moment for the modern couple. Pick a shape and floral composition that accentuates the details of your wedding.
A dream budget + royal status resulted in a wedding sent from heaven straight to our Pinterest boards and a graceful entrance into marriage for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Here are our favorite and absolutely swoon-worthy details from the Royal Wedding.
In honor for Prince Harry's nuptials to American actress Meghan Markle this week, we put together a list of five royals who married commoners (just to name a few). It's not like we're jealous of them, or anything.