Post # 16
Old: My grandmother’s rosary wrapped on my bouquet
New: Pearl and diamond jewelry my grandmother gifted me (we were incredibly close and she passed away a little over a year before my wedding)
Borrowed: One of my best friend’s and sorority sister’s badge that I wore pinned inside my dress over my heart
Blue: My garter
And I even wore a six pence penny in my shoe the whole night!
Post # 17
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
Old: my e-ring and wedding band, both family heirlooms
Borrowed: totally spaced this, whoopsies
Blue: turquoise necklace and bracelet
Post # 18
Mine will be
Old: My great uncles (closes thing I ever had to a grandfather) ring that he gave to my fiance. I’m planning on attaching it to my bouquet.
New: Dress, shoes and jewelry
Borrowed: My godmother’s veil
Blue: All my jewelry. My engaement ring, wedding band, hair comb, necklace and earrings all have saphires.
Post # 19
old: doing something with my mom’s old veil.
borrowed: undecided yet…
blue: my sseko ribbon sandals (with light blue ribbon)! Quite possibly my favorite purchase ever, each sandal is handmade by a woman in Africa, and the purchase goes directly to her college education.
Post # 20
Old: my engagement ring
new: my dress, shoes, jewelry
borrowed: my bouquet was wrapped in a “borrowed” piece of my wedding dress I got from the alterations. It matched perfectly and I counted it as something borrowed 🙂
blue: my underwear was blue with officially mrs. and my married name on the back in white
Post # 21
Old: my bapstim bonnet that turned into a hankercheif I carried arround my bouquet.
New: dress, shoes, earrings, bracelet
Borrowed: pearl necklace from my grandmother
Blue: blue ribbon on my underwear and also blue crystal “I DO” decals for the bottoms of my shoes
Post # 22
These are beautiful, ladies. Keep it going!!
lolot: Oh yes, I remember that blue necklace! Your mountain wedding is still my fave recap on here, just stunning!
Post # 23
Someting Old: a ring made from a button from one of my great great grandmother’s dresses.
Something New: my dress
Something Borrowed: this is weird, but my mom’s sticky boob things lol
Something Blue: I wore blue sapphire earrings
Post # 24
Old & borrowed: my grandmothers wedding band (that my mom wears every day)
New: wedding dress & my accessories
Blue: my shoes
Post # 25
Old & borrowed: My mom’s diamond and pearl earrings & necklace.
New: Dress, veil, shoes, etc.
Blue: My Tennessee Titans garters.
Post # 26
Old: my dress (second-hand)
New: earrings, bracelet, etc.
Borrowed: MIL’s pearl necklace
Blue: my shoes! (for the ceremony, at least)
Post # 27
Old: My garter is made of material from my mom’s wedding dress (she made it)
New: Dress, jewelry
Borrowed: I did borrow a basket from an A/U for cards, but know that somewhat doesn’t count. It was hard – and although probably still doesn’t count… I’m “borrowing” a necklace from my Grandma who passed away a couple years ago, and the charm on it that has her first name initial “V” will be pinned on my bouquet.
Blue: My shoes! Had the shoes I found not match so awesomely with the Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses, I woudl have done blue toenail polish.
Post # 28
Something blue/old : my mimi’s hanky
Something new: my shoes
Something borrowed: gold cross necklace I borrowed from a friend and wrapped it around my bouquet
Post # 29
Old: Pin that belong to DH’s great, great grandmother
Borrowed: Necklace from my mom
Blue: My garter/my sapphire ring
I also had a sixpence in my shoe (though, to be fair, I didn’t wear my shoes during the ceremony).
Post # 30
Old: My grandmother’s locket pinned to my bouquet
New: Dress? Shoes? Veil?
Borrowed: My mom’s clutch (which I barely used)
Blue: My right hand ring has sapphires, I had it made out of my (other) grandmother’s engagement ring