Hint: the more distressed the leather or weathered the pages are, the more character it will bring to your day!
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- Change the "Old, New, Borrowed, Blue" Wedding Tradition!
Kate Middleton borrowed a tiara from Queen Elizabeth on her wedding day. It should really represent who she is as an individual. New perfume: Surprise your hubby with a fresh scent on your wedding day.
They say your sense of smell is the strongest link to memories we have, so every time you spray this perfume you both will be brought back to your wedding day. Wear it again on your first anniversary to relive it all. A new name: For those who are planning on taking your beau's surname, you could have your brand new initials embroidered on your wedding dress.
The first time you see them written out would be on your gown - how sweet is that? Lingerie: there are so many gorgeous bridal intimates, why not take the opportunity to indulge in something you might not usually buy? They'll make you feel fantastic! Also, against a different dress, it won't look too matchy-matchy to your friend's wedding.
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Ask your parents if they still have theirs and they'll be tickled pink. For a modern twist, you could ask to use a friend's cake topper instead. This works well if the topper is text or a pretty design. Well even if you can't afford to pay for the designer label, there are some great options for hiring! The words: If there's a certain passage that really stuck out when you heard it read at a friend's wedding, or a couple who you admire, why not ask to borrow some of their words? This could take the shape of using part of their vows for your own or having the same reading delivered for your day.
A necklace or bracelet may be too much but a blue sparkle on your finger certainly isn't!
Here’s Where the “Something Old, New, Borrowed and Blue” Tradition Comes From
Colourful heels brighten up your look and can always be worn again. Your bouquet: We are head over heels in love with sea holly at the moment. How about using a coin from the year you're getting married or the year you met? After the day, make sure you store the coin somewhere safe and start a family tradition of your own!
The Meaning of "Something Old"
Something Borrowed, Something Blue: Do I Really Need It at My Wedding?
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