Toast  Events
Tinted stationery By Toast Events
Blue Lavender Events
Frosty sweet table By Blue Lavender Events
Toast  Events
Dazzling crystal and china By Toast Events
Blue Lavender Events
Blue shade shoes By Blue Lavender Events
Fleur powder blue column gown By Ines di Santo
Davie & Chiyo
Navy sequin clutch By Davie & Chiyo
Pamela Lauz Jewellery
Sapphire engagement ring By Pamela Lauz Jewellery
Hôte Événements
Blue-hued bouquet By Hôte Événements
Flower House
Mismatched bridesmaid dresses By Flower House
Love, Montreal Jewelry
A beautiful bobble By Love, Montreal Jewelry
Cartolina Blooms temporary tattoo By Fiona Richards on Tattly
Wedding Style
Paper fan favours By Wedding Style
Monogrammed chapel lace embroidered handkerchief By Elegant Monograms
Borrowed & Blue polish by Essie By Essie
Alix Gould Photography
Blue Sky Hunter boots By Alix Gould Photography
Photo Junkies
Cozy cardigan By Photo Junkies
Raelene Schulmeister Photography
Embroidered initials inside your dress By Raelene Schulmeister Photography
Photography by Sophia Lemon
Vintage handkerchief By Photography by Sophia Lemon
Foxgloves Flowers
Blue ribbon bouquet wrap By Foxgloves Flowers
Nicole Amanda Photography
Bracelet with shades of blue By Nicole Amanda Photography
F29 Studio
Secret message By F29 Studio
Brides Studio
Lacy garter By Brides Studio
Stacy Kenopic Photography
Wedding day wheels By Stacy Kenopic Photography
Wee Three Sparrows Photography
Groom's suit and accessories By Wee Three Sparrows Photography
Calico Cat Productions
Dancing shoes By Calico Cat Productions
Black Lamb Photography
Patterned bunting By Black Lamb Photography
L'Estelle Photography
Bright blue balloons By L'Estelle Photography
Something Blue fragrance By Oscar de la Renta
WedFavors For You
Wedding favour bags By WedFavors For You
Love, Montreal Jewelry
Sparkling crystal earrings By Love, Montreal Jewelry
Swoon Events
Wedding aisle decorations By Swoon Events
Get a bouquet
Blue chair decorations By Get a bouquet
Alexandra Del Bello Photography
Cascading blue ribbons tied around your bouquet By Alexandra Del Bello Photography
Yvonne's Delightful Cakes
Blue wedding cake decorations By Yvonne's Delightful Cakes
Finespun Cakes & Pastries
Hand-painted cookies By Finespun Cakes & Pastries
Alfresco Wedding Planner
Blue toile accessories By Alfresco Wedding Planner
AG Macarons
Blue macaron favours By AG Macarons
Oakville Conference Centre
Blue martini signature cocktail By Oakville Conference Centre
Selfie Time Photobooths
Blue sequins backdrop By Selfie Time Photobooths
West Coast Jewelry
Blue hair pins By West Coast Jewelry
Imrose Floral
Wedding centerpieces By Imrose Floral
Sila Photography
Heartfelt message sewn into your gown By Sila Photography
Luxurious linens

Are you looking for ways to incorporate “something blue” into your wedding day? We’re all for it, but first, let’s look at the origin and meaning of this time-honoured tradition. It harkens back to the English rhyme published in 1883 – Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and a silver sixpence in her shoe – which suggests what a bride should wear on her wedding day for good luck. Something old symbolizes the bride's past and family continuity. Something new offers optimism for the future. Something borrowed is provided by another happy bride to symbolize borrowed happiness. Something blue stands for purity, love and fidelity. And, the British silver sixpence coin is a symbol of prosperity and good fortune (although most North American brides forgo this element).

Here are 50 unique ideas for your “something blue”.

For the modern bride, the tradition is both a symbolic and stylish way to express herself. We love the idea of including something blue not only in your bridal ensemble but in other wedding details. From something blue temporary tattoos to blueberry tarts on your dessert table, we've gathered up unique ideas in every shade of blue imaginable to give you inspiration on how you can include something blue into your big day.

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