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Something OLD

Something OLD something new, something borrowed, something blue. Part tradition and part good luck charm, “something old" represents continuity. Here are a few ways you can incorporate something old into your big day. Classic Car Something Lucky Momma's Dress Photo Charm tastastantat If you spent your childhood afternoons watching Dad under the hood of a hotrod, consider those old wheels Don a lucky pair of underwear or something vintage-inspired. Most mothers would be honored to have their little Honor a family member who has passed away or who can't attend. girl wear the same gown. But maybe mom's gown is not your style or simply How to do it: Your undergarment secret will put a smile on his face but for the sake of modesty and comfort, you might want to wait until after the wedding to don it. as your something old. How to do it: Take a vintage photo and make a small photo charm by placing it into a locket and wrapping it around the stem of your bouquet. doesn't fit. How to do it: A classic car is great for vintage photos and for a romantic getaway! How to do it: If she is willing, use a swatch of her gown to hold together your bouquet or craft her lace into part of your veil. Fewelry Perfume From Family Baby Photos Smell is the strongest sense tied to memory. If you've been devoted to one Pay tribute to your parents or grandparents' lasting love by reusing some goodies they saved. Take a stroll down memory lane by incorporating baby photos into the decor. Grandmothers and mothers love to share jewels and see an old favorite as part of your wedding outfit. perfume for years, that can be your something old. How to do it: While the slideshow is now a tradition, you can mix it up by using photos as table numbers or on the invite. How to do it: If they don't compliment your dress or if that realestate is saved for your "something new," incorporate the gems into your bouquet. Or, your mother's pearls can be re-purposed as hair accessories. How to do it: If your dad How to do it: Wear your classic perfume and remind your groom of the feelings kept his monogrammed handkerchief from his wedding day, wipe away your happy tears with this hand-me-down. Or, decorate your reception cake with the same cake he had the first day you met. toppers they used decades ago. Semply Brulal ww w. si

Something OLD

shared by SimplyBridal on May 21
The saying “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue” is an Old English rhyme. These are traditionally thought of as good luck charms for the bride to carry on her wedding ...



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