This old wedding rhyme has been around for centuries, and whether you choose to follow this good luck mantra or not is completely up to you. Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a silver sixpence in her shoe can be carried
Having something old as a part of your wedding day is symbolic of your roots and the traditions of family. By incorporating this theme, you maintain a link to the past. Sentimental items, heirlooms, or an antique piece of family jewellery
Having something new (besides the spouse) is the key to success in your marital future and a representation of what you hope your future will hold. Chances are you will have this portion completely covered simply by the purchase of the wedding dress
A borrowed item is obviously something that money cannot buy and represents good luck to you and your spouse You will want to check with family and friends for ideas on jewellery
Many brides wonder about the blue item. Having something blue brings everlasting love and is symbolic of purity and fidelity, so this is surely something you won't want to go without. Incorporating something blue can be very easy, as you can look to beauty basics such as nail polish
Use some of our other guides for more style tips and ideas and to complete your wedding planning process.