Blue polish is a refreshing change from the french manicure. With so many shades of polish available, you will be able to select the perfect hue! If you are wanting a less bold look, consider having a neutral manicure and colored toes.
If you are keeping your dress as an heirloom, you can have your wedding date or your new initials embroidered on the inside of your wedding gown in blue. Take your dress to an experienced seamstress as he/she will know how to discreetly embroider your hidden message. This is a wonderful sentimental touch that will remain a secret until future generations discover your wedding dress.
Instead of traditional white undergarments, try going with a pop of color! Alternatively, if you want to showcase the blue, opt for a colored garter. What a fun and sassy way to honor this tradition!
Hanky Panky ‘I Do’ Swarovski Crystal Thong, $31 Nordstrom
We must say that we absolutely love the bridal pin! The sixpence coin is the “Something Old”, the entire charm is the “Something New”, the “Something Borrowed” is a simulated pearl borrowed from the sea and the blue crystal is the “Something Blue”. You can simply pin to your undergarment, garter, bouquet ribbon or ring pillow.
Colored shoes provide the perfect contrast and always look stunning in photos when paired with an ivory dress. Wearing a pair of blue shoes on your wedding day has become increasingly popular and many designers now offer their classic shoes in this beautiful hue. If you are wanting a more subtle look, consider purchasing self adhesive “I Do” blue rhinestone stickers that attach to the soles of your shoes.
Kate Spade New York “Izzie” Sandal, $328 Nordstrom