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.
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.
So your Paris wedding is all set. One small problem. How on earth are you getting your wedding dress to France?! Here are our tips and tricks on how to travel with your wedding dress.
The most important dress needs to be everything and more. Here are our favorite looks from 2019 Spring Bridal Fashion Week. Classic or spicy, dresses or jumpsuit, your wedding ensemble is your ultimate statement. It’s your last prom moment and your last princess diary foot pop kiss. You have to make sure to dress the part!