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20 "Something Blue" Ideas for Your Wedding

September 03, 2019

From bouquets to cake decorations to even blue nails, check out these fun ways to incorporate something blue into your wedding.

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Embroidered Handkerchief

For my something blue, I had a vintage handkerchief with little blue embroidered flowers. It was great to have this on hand during the wedding ceremony for “happy tears,” and now I plan to frame it along with my pressed bouquet and wedding program.

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Getaway Ride

Make a bold exit with your something blue. Rent a vintage hippie van or a classic muscle car for an unforgettable getaway your guests will love. Vintage rides also make great backdrops for wedding portraits.

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Guest Book

Greet your wedding guests with something blue before the ceremony even starts. This gorgeous velvet guest book is the perfect wedding keepsake. Display it with a Fujifilm Instax camera, film packs and tape so that guests can add a fun photo.

$64.12 at etsy

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Blue Furniture

One of the best things I ever did for my wedding was rent vintage furniture — especially an antique, velvet sofa. It gave me and my wife a chance to sit (that was probably the only time I was sitting all evening!) and take photos from a different angle instead of just standing together. The shots we took sitting down are actually some of my favorite because we’re more relaxed and casual. I think a tufted, blue loveseat is perfect for any vintage-inspired wedding.

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