Wedding Dress: David Tutera for Mon Cheri
Courtesy of: The Perfect Dress
It only took me about a year to decide what I wanted my something borrowed, blue, old and new to be that I would wear on our wedding day. Each piece represents something special, so I wanted to share it with our faithful followers here on It’s a Bride’s Life just in case these meaningful details fell by the wayside on that day.
My something borrowed:
My bridal bouquet will be adorned with my great-great grandmother’s flower brooch pin from the early 1900′s. My grandmother lent it to me because I wanted something from her to carry with me since she’s one of the most important people in my life!
My something blue:
Though it’s quite simple, I am going to pin a light blue bow to the inside of my wedding gown.
My something old:
This could quite possibly be my favorite item I’ll have with me on our special day. Dave and I first started dating shortly after our junior prom, so we eagerly anticipated attending our high school senior prom together. For that prom, I wore a rhinestone hair pin. Eight years later, I’ll be wearing the same pin in my hair when I marry him!
My something new:
With the growing trend steering away from the plain white bridal heels, I decided to look outside the box at more daring options. As soon as I saw these Badgley Mischka pumps, I knew they were made for me to wear the day of the wedding. They even resemble the color of my bridesmaids’ gowns! These pumps are sparkling, purple, romantic and most importantly, comfortable which was everything I was looking for in a shoe!
What did you decide to do for your something borrowed, blue, old and new for your wedding?
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