Post # 1
I can’t figure out what my something blue will be. I’m not interested in undies, because…I don’t know, it just isn’t my thang. I like the idea of blue shoes, but my style/our wedding is very classic (black and white with emerald accents), so blue would stick out like a sore thumb. I’m going to go for a classic ivory shoe. I guess that nixes earrings or a necklace as well…
So…what did you have (or what will you have)?
Post # 3
@StL.Ashley: my something blue is my garter.
Post # 4
Im not married yet, but you could always paint a nail blue (or do a blue tip), or even have them add a small blue heart on whatever design you had planned on doing? Otherwise you could maybe look for a blue pin and pin it to your bouqet?
Post # 5
My mother made a bracelet for me out of seed pearls with one pale blue glass bead on it.
I also bought a white handkerchief with my first initial embroidered in pale blue that I kept in my clutch.
Pretty sure no one saw either item or noticed the blue.
Post # 6
My cousin wore a family handkerchief that had blue trim.
Post # 7
I had a blue label sewn into my dress with our names and the wedding date. It was super cute, but not obtrusive at all.
Post # 8
Mine. Though BM also gave me a garter with blue in it. Guess I can have 2 blues!
Post # 9
I’m doing two tiny blue adhesive crystals just outside my eyes.
Also, there are some good ideas here inluding denim, which I hadn’t thought of on a wedding day but it makes sense as a small accent for a country wedding. http://weddings.gatheringguide.com/ac/wedding-accessories/something-blue
Post # 10
Our wedding colors are red, black, and ivory, but I’ve always wanted blue wedding shoes, and regardless of the fact that they’ll clash horribly I couldn’t resist! And if you think about it, if you’re wearing a long dress no one will really see your shoes anyway! 🙂
Here’s my something blue!
Post # 11
- Wedding: August 2011 - St. Joseph's Parish, Seattle Tennis Club
Mine was a bit untraditional – I just wore Ralph Lauren’s “Blue” perfume 🙂
Post # 12
I carried a handkerchief with me that had touches of blue sewn into it. (My MOH held it for me during the ceremony and handed it to me when I started to tear up.)
Post # 13
@StL.Ashley: I gave my future son-in-law a heart shaped piece of aida cross stich fabric in light blue. He stitched a personal message to her on it. I stitched the heart into her dress without her seeing it until she got dressed for the wedding.
Post # 14
I had a ivory lace garter that had a pale blue ribbon attached to it. I didn’t want an all blue garter as my style is more classic, so I thought the simple ribbon was a good compromise.
Although I really like the idea of the blue patch with the wedding date sewn into the dress. I found some cute ones on etsy, but never got around to doing that.
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I’ve been torn about this too, and may change my mind.. but so far its these Louboutins.