Christmas music immediately puts everyone in a holiday spirit, so why not incorporate Christmas music in your wedding? Not only will it kick off the holiday spirit, but it will tie together your Christmas themed wedding! Listed below are a few fabulous Christmas songs for you to add to your song list!
Christmas Music by Gary
Your Entrance Song: I’ll remember my entrance song for forever and ever – it’s the song I rode down the aisle to, and it will always have a special place in my music playlist! Your entrance song should be a favorite of yours, so here are a few fabulous Christmas classics:
Sleigh Ride- Ella Fitzgerald
What Christmas Means to Me- Stevie Wonder
Silent Night- Beyonce
This Christmas- Ashanti
Ceremony Songs: For the ceremony, having instrumental Christmas music playing is a wonderful idea. Classic and gorgeous, instrumental music is some of my favorite music! Some great ideas include:
Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy- Tchaikovsky from The Nutcracker
Waltz of the Flowers- Tchaikovsky from The Nutcracker
The First Noel
Christmas Time Is Here- Vince Gauraldi
First Dance Song: You want an especially romantic Christmas song for your first dance! Something fun (maybe even a little sappy!) and perfect for swirling around in a whirl of soft tunes with your beloved. A few fantastic ideas include:
All I Want for Christmas is You- Mariah Carey
Santa Baby- Michael Buble
Our Winter Love- The Letterman
Merry Christmas Baby- Elvis Presley
Baby It’s Cold Outside- Lady Antebellum
Snowed In With You- Over the Rhine
Winter Song- Sara Bareilles & Ingrid Michaelson
Songs for the Reception: Keep your guests entertained with classic Christmas tunes that are toe tapping, fun dance songs! You want your guests to get up and enjoy themselves on the dance floor, so having an eclectic, fun and quirky song list is the best way to go about it!
I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday- Wizzard
Winter Wonderland- Ella Fitzgerald
Step Into Christmas- Elton John
Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree- Brenda Lee
White Christmas- Bing Crosby
Jingle Bell Rock- Bobby Helms
You want to find the perfect Christmas-themed wedding song for you and your guests to dance to, right? Finding those perfect songs doesn’t have to be an endless search! Plus, so many Christmas songs are sung by different artists, that not only can you pick out your favorite Christmas songs, but you can also choose Christmas songs sung by your favorite artists, making it more personal. From instrumental to hip-swaying jazzy music, your guests will be surrounded by holiday tunes and cheerful friends! So when it comes to making your Christmas wedding song list, have fun, make it personal, and enjoy the results!
A winter wedding is fun, new, exciting, and original – you’re going above and beyond the norm of a spring wedding and embracing the snowy swirls and chilly temperature! Since you’re embracing the winter months and hosting your wedding during Christmas season, make sure you take into consideration a few of these do’s and don’ts of a Christmas/winter themed wedding! From warm guests and party to delicious food, a few of these ideas will be a guaranteed success in keeping everyone cozy, comfy, and happy!
Winter Wedding by Andrey Makarov
The Do’s of a Winter Wedding:
Congratulations! You’ve officially stepped out of the box and changed up your wedding theme a bit! Instead of your usual summery wedding, you’ve gone with a crisp white wedding! Here are a few tips for you to consider when planning your winter wedding.
Keep Everyone Warm: As we’ve discussed previously, you’ll want to make sure your guests and wedding party are dressed warm and appropriately, especially if you’re having an outdoor wedding. By supplying blankets, outdoor heaters, warm drinks, and a fire pit, your guests and wedding party will be able to stay warm and comfortable.
Incorporate Christmas: Since you’re having a winter wedding in December, why not incorporate Christmas? From embracing Christmas-y colors to Christmas food must-haves, you’ll be submerging your guests in a glorious atmosphere of holiday cheer and a jolly good time! Some ideas include:
Colors: Try colors like light, silvery blues, shimmering silver and gold, deep browns, and of course red and green.
Décor: mini Christmas trees, presents as favors, and so on.
Food: Ginger cookies, apple pies, mashed potatoes, and any type of soup.
Dress Appropriately: Again, make sure your wedding party is warm by having them wear long dresses, a faux fur jacket, and maybe even hand muffs.
The Don’ts of a Winter Wedding: As we’ve reviewed some of the previously mentioned winter must do’s, we must go over the winter don’ts as well. In order to ensure a perfect winter wedding, try incorporating a few of these ideas.
Don’t Fret: This is probably the biggest guffaw of all tips – every bride frets and worries, but don’t! Fretting does nothing for you, so just sit back, drink a cup of mint hot chocolate, go over your wedding list, and relax! Here are a few things you should not fret over:
The Weather: Let’s be honest – you chose a winter wedding, so freezing temperatures and a snowy afternoon are what you’re going to have to deal with. So don’t get frazzled when the forecast calls for a colder-than-usual afternoon on your wedding day. Embrace the cold weather and incorporate some of the wedding must-have’s we’ve already discussed.
Traveling: If you’re having a winter wedding, it may be a good idea to host your wedding and reception at the same venue so your guests don’t have to brave the white flurry more than once. If you can’t help but to have two venues, hire valets to pick up your guest’s vehicles so the cars will be a little warmer for them when they go to leave.
Don’t Keep it Dark: With winter comes a quicker evening. Make sure you have plenty of lighting, such as candles, a fireplace, and a well-lit room. It may be winter, but that doesn’t mean it has to be dark too!
Your fairytale wintery wedding will be absolutely perfect, so don’t fret! By incorporating a few of these ideas and ones previously discussed, you and your guests will have the time of your lives!
Christmas is just 10 days away and the air is humming with Christmas carols, brimming with the smell of cookies and Christmas trees, and presents are being bought and prepared in a flurry of wrapping paper and ribbon. In my opinion, Christmas is the best time to have an unforgettable wedding! Hot chocolate and pies are brimming over countertops and the atmosphere is crisp with jolly good spirits and beautifully laden with soft white snowflakes. Make the best of your Christmas-themed wedding by following a few of these great tips and ideas!
Fun Ideas and Must-Do’s! If you’re getting married on Christmas, than some of these fun ideas are definitely great ways to get your wedding party and guests in the holiday spirit!
Hire Christmas Carolers: Oh my gosh, this is probably one of the greatest ideas I’ve heard all day! What better way to get your guests and wedding party in the spirit than having professional Christmas carolers serenading everyone down the aisle and on the dance floor? In order to hire a group of professional carolers, you can go onto websites such as https://www.gigsalad.com/Singers/Carolers/. Just type in your location and see what’s around! Another good idea for hiring Christmas carolers is to check out your local colleges – ask if the theater students are available to sing at your wedding! It’s a great way to get your carolers and support your local students!
Christmas Carolers by Mike Renlund
Hire Santa: The young’uns at your wedding will be in their absolute glory if they get to eat cookies and pies, dance to groovy music, and meet Santa! You can have him as a greeter at the front door at the beginning of your wedding ceremony, or you can have him handing out gifts at the end of your reception! Another great idea is to have your DJ dress up as Santa – seriously though, a groovy Santa is a cool Santa! Either way, Santa will be a huge hit!
Gifts: Instead of a table, have your guests put their gifts to you and your husband under a Christmas tree! I love this idea – it really puts emphasis on the theme of your wedding and gives your guests an opportunity to “play Santa”!
Guest List: For all of your out of town guests, you’ll want to make sure they know about the wedding date well in advance. The sooner they know, the sooner they can start planning and looking and booking their flights. Also, have them come a couple days early; this will give them a safety net of time just in case their flights get delayed due to weather.
Things to do in Advance: Besides having your out of town guests know of your wedding in advance, you’ll also want to get things such as your Christmas reception and ceremony décor in advance. If you’re getting married Christmas of 2015, shop for Christmas decorations after this Christmas. All Christmas items go on a huge sale the day after Christmas, so you’ll really be able to load up on lights and décor for super cheap. Another thing you’ll want to book in advance is your venue. The sooner, the better. You don’t want to be scrounging around for a reception area a few months before your wedding.
From Christmas carolers to shopping in advance, having a Christmas themed wedding is so much fun!
With Christmas just a little over a week away, there are a ton of different Christmas wedding ideas floating around! If you want to get into the spirit, you could go for any one of these ideas! For the next week, we will be exploring all of these fun and Christmas-oriented wedding ideas!
Winter Wedding Cake Aimee Fedora
Wedding Christmas Songs: Dance to the tunes of classic Christmas songs sung by some of the best artists around! Michael Buble and other artists are some fabulous artists to choose from! Here are three awesome songs for you to definitely add to your list!
Santa Baby- Michael Buble
Cold December Night- Michael Buble
Our Winter Love- The Letterman
Christmas Themed Wedding Invitations: Give off the vibe of Christmas by sending out unique Christmas wedding invitations! From powdered snow to golden filigree, your invitation can be the perfect Christmas touch! Some wedding invitation must’s include:
Light blue, red, gold, and green invitation
Christmas Decorations: There are a ton of different Christmas decoration ideas! From mini Christmas trees to gold and red bows decorating the matrimonial aisle, you can really set off the theme of a Christmas winter wonderland.
Mini Wedding Trees
Holly, cranberries, mistletoe
Christmas Dinner Menu: Having the perfect hor d’oeuvres and drinks makes for a perfect wedding! There are a ton of different tummy-warming favorites such as soups, steaks, and everything in-between. For the perfect Christmas wedding menu, try adding a few of these to your list!
Soups: some examples of fabulous soups include butternut squash and cheddar potato soup.
Filet mignon: top the steak with mushrooms and garnishing for added deliciousness.
Stuffed jumbo Portobello mushrooms
Christmas Wedding Cakes: Wedding cakes are gorgeous and delicious and they’re perfect for pulling double duty. Use your wedding cake as a centerpiece, decoration and dessert for your guests! You can put all kinds of different garnishes on your wedding cake to make it the perfect Christmas wedding piece!
Red roses- deep red gets you in the spirit!
Snowflakes- crystal snowflakes draped over your wedding cake is not only romantic, but wintery and perfect!
Cranberries & mistletoe- this is perfect too; mistletoe is a Christmas must-have, so having it on your cake makes it all the better.
These next 5 days will be filled with Christmas wedding how-to’s, giving you plenty of ideas to spruce up your Christmas wedding! Whether you’re getting married in 13 days and need a couple last-minute ideas or you’re getting married next Christmas, these decorations, attire, and food ideas are perfect! From food bars to fur coats, your wintery wedding will be superb!
Baby, it’s cold outside! With the snowflakes falling, the grass being blanketed in a white flurry of ice crystals, and Christmas coming around the corner, it’s the perfect time and setting for a gorgeous wintery wedding! If you want to have your reception outside during these winter months, than you will need a few of these decoration and clothing necessities. From gas heaters to cozy jackets, you, your bridal party, and your guests will be cozy and warm!
Food and Drinks: Having a few of these menu items on your list will keep your guests warm on the inside too! Here are a few ideas:
Food: A few menu must-haves include:
S’mores Bar: Seriously though, who doesn’t love s’mores? Having a fire pit or outdoor gas stoves will make it the perfect s’mores bar. Bring on the chocolate!
Caramel Apple Bar: Another classic favorite, this dessert will keep everyone satisfied. Have a selection of different apples (such as Granny Smith, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, etc…) and delectable caramel.
Your Wedding Cake: This is where the fun begins! You could make you cake pull double duty, using it for food and decorations. Put it on a tree stump stand, add some berries and mini pine cones for decoration and you’ll have a gorgeous centerpiece!
Drinks: Some must-haves include:
Hot chocolate bar: Another absolute favorite! Make sure you have garnishing for looks and extra flavor such as marshmallows, cinnamon sticks, and whipped cream.
Apple Cider Bar: Make it even more festive by using hollowed out apples as cups and cinnamon sticks for taste and garnishing.
Coffee Bar: Have a variety of coffees and creamers to give your guests a selection! Make sure to include both decaf and caffeinated, especially if your wedding is in the evening.
Décor: Decorating for a winter outdoor wedding can be fun! There are so many different unique and fun ideas, that your wedding could be really unique and quaint! Here are a few ideas:
Wool Blankets: Have several wool blankets on chairs, benches, or in baskets to make sure your guests stay cozy warm. It’ll give off a warm, homey feel.
Gas Heaters: Have these down the aisles and in strategic places. If you’re going to have tall tables, make sure you have gas heaters next to them.
Fire Pit: Fire pits are great for keeping people warm and for making s’mores! At a wedding I once attended, a fire was lit and the cozy atmosphere those golden flames elicited made it one of the best weddings I had been to.
Attire: Keeping warm is important when you’re having an outdoor winter wedding! Make sure you and your wedding party are appropriately dressed. Here are some ideas:
Winter Wedding by Amie Fedora
Jackets/Shawls/Scarves: Depending on the temperature will depend on which one’s best.
Boots: I love this idea! Riding boots and a knee-length wool jacket will make for an adorable and unique attire!
Long Dresses: Donning your bridesmaids in long dresses will keep them warm and fashionable!
Gloves: I love gloves. Black or white wool gloves will keep their fingers warm and make a fashion statement!
From a s’mores bar to fur jackets will give your winter wedding a personal, unique touch! Keep everyone warm and cozy with a few of these winter wedding must-haves.
As I watched my best friend search endlessly for a fabulous mother and son song, I couldn’t help but giggle. Finding the perfect song for your husband and his mom to dance to can be arduous and difficult (my friend can attest to this!) so I’ve decided to come up with a list of some popular mother-son dance songs. There are different genres and styles, giving you a few choices to choose from! Remember, you want a song that’s accurate (you want it to be a song that’s right-on with your fiancé’s personality as well as with his relationship with his mom!) and personal. Don’t stress – there are a billion (almost literally…) different songs for you to choose from! Here are just a few!
Mother Son Dance Song by Nick Haskins
Country: For you country bumpkin, cowboy and cowgirl, farm loving couples, there are a ton of different country songs that are perfect for your wedding. A few artists have created fantastic mother-son songs; in fact, there were so many, I had a hard time choosing only a few! So, here are a couple of my favorites!
Rascal Flatts- My Wish (my personal favorite!)
Garth Brooks- The Dance
Kenny Chesney- Don’t Blink (Honestly, this is probably one of the best selections. It’s truer than true and a super good song!)
Faith Hill- There You’ll Be
Trace Adkins- Then They Do
Oldies: Ah, classics. Classic songs are a fabulous go-to when looking for particular, meaningful dance songs. You have all kinds of genres, tempos, and styles to choose from, giving you an array of different songs to select. From Elvis Presley to the Beatles, you can’t go wrong with a classic mother-son dance song! Here are just a few of my favorites:
John Lennon- Beautiful Boy
Whitney Houston- One Moment In Time (she’s amazing and my favorite classic artist!)
Elton John- Blessed
Elvis Presley- The Wonder of You
Beatles- All You Need is Love
Others: This is a collection of different genres and tempos, so you have a great variety to choose from. A great idea to think about is, depending on what type of wedding your having (whether it’s a vintage or a country wedding) you’ll want to choose the appropriate music. But, here’s the clincher – you’ll want to find a song that’s personal to both of you! If you can’t find a song that’s the right genre, don’t worry about it. Just remember, it’s the connection that matters most!
Christian Barnes- A Gift for You, Mom
Celine Dion- A Mother’s Prayer (she’s one of my all-time favorite artists)
Stephen Curtis Chapman- A Parents Prayer
Michael Jackson- Black or White
Remember, you want to find a song that fits your fiancé and your mother in law’s personality and relationship! Get their preferences, advice, and opinions, and then start looking! There are tons of different options out there, so don’t get lost in the massive lists of mother-son dance songs!
It’s the symbolism that matters; it’s uniting two families, two heritages, two generations, two hearts, two souls; two becomes one and love is forever lit and shining in you and your spouse’s lives. The unity candle is a representation of what is and what will be your future together as a married couple. The unity candle (or any other uniting tradition!) is beautiful, sentimental, and personal. There are several different uniting traditions out there, so if you’re looking for something a little more original, more personal, here are just a few ideas!
Handfasting: This is a wonderful tradition and immediately brings me to the movie Braveheart and the scene where William Wallace and Murron secretly get married and wrap their joined hands together with their two pieces of cloth. It’s beautiful, significant, and incredibly romantic! If you’re of Scottish background, than this is a fabulous alternative to a unity candle. After your wedding ceremony, you can use the cloth as decoration, making it a multi-functional and traditional piece of art.
Cord of Three Strands: As it states, you and your spouse braid three strands of rope or cord, signifying a unity of husband, wife, and God. Three strands is stronger than two, and this is an incredibly meaningful Christian tradition. With God as part of your marriage and family, it will be stronger than ever.
Love Letter Box: You and your spouse will write a letter to one another (before the wedding, of course!) and during the ceremony, you and your spouse will put the letters in the box. After the ceremony and the do’s are said, you can put other personal memorabilia in the box as well – such as a bottle of wine, a wedding invitation, and so on. On your fifth (or any year after your first) anniversary, you and your spouse will open the box, read the letters, and enjoy a trip down memory lane!
Sand Ceremony: My husband and I did this uniting tradition, and I loved it. In fact, we still have the jars out as decoration! You and your husband will have separate jars, both having a different colored sand. Once you both poor the sands in the larger jar simultaneously, you’ll have a swirl of color and a jar full of meaning.
Unity Sand by Richard
Planting a Tree: My best friend and her husband performed this wedding ceremony. Plant a tree in a pot, and as the years pass by, you’ll be able to watch the tree grow – just like your love and relationship!
Unity Wish Lantern: This is a neat tradition to perform for evening weddings. Light a candle in the floating lantern and then let it go, allowing the lantern to reach its highest peak and potential, just like your love. This would be fun for you and all of your guests to do together!
The unity candle is a beautiful tradition that is chalk full of meaning. As well as the unity candle, you have several other uniting traditions you can choose from, making your choice unique, fun, and memorable!
Having a cocktail hour at your wedding? Honestly, it’s probably one of the best ways to keep your guests occupied and satisfied while you and your bridal party get wedding photos snapped. Delicious appetizers and succulent drinks will keep the time flying and your guests happy while you get all of the necessary wedding do’s finished! Here are just a couple fabulous wedding cocktails and appetizers that you could serve at your wintery wedding wonderland!
Drinks: Everybody loves a fun and delicious cocktail hour, especially with a unique and original drink! From delicious hot chocolate to a cranberry and vanilla delicacy, there are a ton of fabulous drinks to choose from! Here are just a few great ideas and the ingredients needed to make them!
Skinny Cocktail- Cranberry and Vanilla: It’s sweet, tart, and the perfect wintery drink to really put your guests in a festive mood. The ingredients are:
Cranberries (fresh is best!)
Truvia – a healthy sweetener to ease the tartness
Hot White Chocolate with Rum: Hot chocolate with rum is the perfect warm drink to keep your guests cozy and satisfied! The ingredients to make this fabulous cocktail include:
Vanilla Bean Cardamom
Cinnamon sticks Milk
White Chocolate Rum
Crushed Peppermint Candies Whipped Cream
Hot Chocolate by Snorlax’s Cafe
Sugar and Spice: And everything nice! This delicious drink is a delicious (and wild!) one! With a few different types of alcohol, this one’s a fabulously fun go-to holiday drink. The ingredients for this drink include:
Vanilla Vodka Butterscotch Schnapps
Hazelnut Liqueur Ginger Beer
Cinnamon Stick (for garnishing!)
Apple Cider Margarita: Think apple pie with a twist – Everything about this drink is perfect for a wedding cocktail!
Grand Marnier Sweet Apple Cider
Gold Tequila Apple Slice (for garnishing, of course!)
Cinnamon Cane Sugar Rum
Appetizers: As well as delicious drinks, you’ve gotta have fabulous appetizers as well. From desserts to cheesy poppers, a variety of different appetizers will definitely keep your guests satisfied!
Mini Peppermint and Chocolate Chip Cheesecake: It’s sweet and delicious with a mix of refreshing mint and sweet chocolate. It’s honestly one of the best finger foods you could have at your wedding! Seriously though, these are a must-have!
Red Potatoes with Tomato-Avocado Salsa: These bite size appetizers are fantastic. The tangy salsa combined with the earthy taste of the potato makes for an easy favorite. Served either warm or cooled, these appetizers are a fabulous go-to.
Pimento Cheese and Prosciutto Biscuits: It’s a southern classic dolloped with deliciousness! These appetizers are great for keeping your guests satisfied and happy! These tasty finger foods are absolutely fantastic.
Apricot Almond bites topped with Goat Cheese: Dried apricots topped with a dollop of delicious goat cheese and crunchy almonds make for an addictive delicacy. They’re one of the best appetizers you could possibly serve!
With a variety of drinks and appetizers, you’ll be able to keep your guests occupied, happy, and satisfied while you and your bridal party get your wedding day to-do list completed. From hot chocolate and rum to pimento cheese and prosciutto biscuits, you’re guaranteed to keep your guests contented!
When we think bridal emergency kits, we automatically think lipstick, nail polish, and tampons. Well, what about the groom and his lads? Just as importantly as an extra pair of pantyhose is for us ladies, the lads need extras too! Help keep your wedding day stress, worry, and panic-free by making sure you have this mini emergency kit for the guys too!
Getting Ready by Kris Kesiak
The Grooms Emergency Kit List: You don’t think about it, but what about having an extra set of razors, socks, and deodorant? Yep, your groom definitely needs a few of these musts, so make sure you’re both prepared by taking a gander at this list!
Clothing: Instead of pantyhose and ballet slippers, your groom will need extras like:
Socks- Make sure you have the right color, style, and size. Black is a good go-to in emergency cases.
Shoe Polish: If your groom is anything like my hubby, than you’ll need shoe polish! He likes to keep his shoes looking snazzy, but my Cowboy always finds a way to add a little dirt and dust to his boots…
Extras: You’ll need extras like cufflinks, buttons, and corsage pins. Having a sewing kit is a good idea!
Smell Goods: You want your man to smell sexy, so make sure he has an extra can or stick of deodorant and your favorite cologne. Let his cologne wrap you in a cloud of manly deliciousness as you take that first kiss as husband and wife!
Medical: From cuts to headaches, making sure you have the necessary items to “cure” these issues is important! Make sure to bring a few of these things for BOTH you and your man!
Aspirin/Ibuprofen: Stress tends to partner with headaches, so make sure you have a headache combatant.
Tissues: If you’re getting married during allergy season, these will definitely come in handy.
Toothbrush: Again, those mini Colgate toothbrushes that come pre-toothpasted are excellent. Fresh breath = a great kiss!
Extra Contacts: This is a must! You want your groom to be able to see you perfectly as you waltz in a rhythm of ecstatic grace down the matrimonial aisle!
Sunscreen: Sunburns aren’t on the guest list, so make sure you bring a high SPF sunscreen if your wedding and reception are outside.
Extra Extras: These are the no-brainer things that everyone forgets on a busy, nerve-wracking day! Make sure you have these with you!
Cell Phone: Please turn your phone on silent and give it to a family member or friend in the audience…
Wallet: This includes everything, from extra cash to your license and passport!
Camera: You want to take as many pictures as possible on your honeymoon, so make sure to bring a camera!
Directions: Make sure you have the address to both your hotel for the night and the honeymoon destination. You want to make sure you get to the right place!
It’s the little things that make a big difference, so make sure you and your groom are ready for any emergency! From band aids to extra (matching!) socks, you’ll be ready for any oops should one come up!
At a loss for what to use as your something blue? If you’re anything like me, I was definitely scrounging around, looking for the perfect “something blue” accessory. Don’t panic though! Here’s a short list of some fabulous ideas for you to consider!
Blue Garter by DIY Gifts Studio
Shoes: This is a popular choice for many brides. There are several options for blue shoes, such as:
Entire Shoe: Look for bold blue heels, ballet flats, or even cowboy boots!
Blue Underneath: For those who don’t want your entire shoe being blue, look for heels with a blue sole. It’s subtle and cute!
Shoe Clips: For minimal blue, opt for blue shoe clips. Cute, minimal, and perfect!
Clothing: Talk about options! If you’re looking for something blue in the clothing department, there are tons of different options for you to choose from. A few options include:
Your Garter: This was my something blue, and I loved it! It was the perfect touch.
Blue Dress Label: Sew on a dress label that has you and your grooms name and wedding date sewn onto the inside hem of your dress. It’s perfect for that personal touch.
Corset: For those who need a corset under their dress, a blue corset is fun, sexy, and perfect! It adds the perfect touch and makes it fun for your groom later on!
Blue Dress: Since 2015 dress styles are seeing bold colors for the entire dress, you could opt for a light blue wedding dress to be your something blue! It’s unique, bold, fun, and incredibly stylish.
Sash: If you don’t want to go as dramatic as a full, blown out blue dress, go for a blue sash instead. It adds the perfect, classy touch. Also, it helps to accentuate your waistline.
Pretty Petticoat: If you’re getting a Cinderella, ball gown styled wedding dress, have the inside tulle dyed blue! Talk about a peep of fun, quirky style!
Jewelry and Accessories: From blue necklaces to fun and sexy blue panties, there are tons of blue accessories you could choose from. Here are just a few ideas!
Blue necklace, earrings, and/or bracelet: There are so many different options for you to select from, that it’s impossible to run out of blue jewelry options!
Brooch: This is fantastic for either your hair or bouquet. A blue brooch could also double as your something old or borrowed. I love it when accessories pull double duty!
Blue Floral Headband /Crown: For the bohemian bride, this is perfect. Who doesn’t love a floral headband?
Perfume: Yes, believe it or not, there’s a perfume out there that’s perfect for your subtle something blue! It’s called Something Blue by Oscar de la Renta. Keep them guessing with this perfect something blue!
Other: From makeup to nail polish, there are tons of fun options! Here are a few:
Ribbon For Your Bouquet: This adds the perfect touch!
Handkerchief: Personalize it by having it monogrammed!
There are a ton of fun and unique options for your something blue, so don’t fret when wondering what to do!