Trying to find something blue to honour the tradition can be a very tricky task. Here are some ideas for you to consider… Enjoy!
Why not marry in blue? The most obvious answer is to wear a trendy blue wedding gown. From barely tinted to deep navy, it’s possible to find grand ball gowns in every shade of the color.
Maybe ncorporate something blue into your attire, either rhinestones, embroidery, or crystal beading are a subtle touch, or add a blue sash for a bolder look.
Let your fingers do the good luck talking with a pale turquoise nail polish shade.
Cute shoes are a sassy and fun way of incorporating this lucky color. If you’re wearing a long dress, they’ll probably stay your little secret during the ceremony.
Natural “something blue” flowers include irises, delphinium, cornflower, hydrangea, grape hyacinth, tweedia, thistle, and forget-me-knots. You can also find many dyed flowers, like roses and carnations, though we suggest using only natural flowers for a nicer, more sophisticated look. Why not use a blue ribbon to wrap your bouquet?
Emma at Clearwell Castle