The Most Stylish Ways to Wear "Something Blue" on Your Wedding Day
With wedding season upon us, it's time to start thinking about the latest and greatest bridal trends, and a little something blue is a time-honoured trend and tradition that brides (and grooms) love to embrace. Here Jess Levin, founder of Carats & Cake, shares her favourite way to incorporate the tradition along with a few of the wedding industry’s most stylish "something blue" trends of the moment.
Keep reading to see all the ways you can incorporate something blue into your wedding day, and to shop some of our blue picks!
“Embroider a custom monogram into your gown and your groom’s suit, to connect your individual attire to each others.”
- Laurie Arons, Founder, Laurie Arons Special Events
“In personal bridal fashion, there are so many different ways of incorporating your own version of "something blue." One of my personal favourites will always be through that "special piece of jewellery. Whether it is a vintage family heirloom handed down from generation to generation, or a newly gifted statement piece, adding blue into your jewellery selection is a truly striking way to elegantly and definitively highlight the tradition.”
- Melanie McKinley, Creative Director, Mayhar Design
Lucy Cuneo Photography
“I have found shoes to be an excellent way to incorporate something blue into your wedding day. You can pick a pair that is chic and timeless, they will always hold a special meaning but you can wear them again and again, reliving some of the magic every time.”
- Lucy Cuneo, Owner & Principal Photographer, Lucy Cuneo Photography
“Streamers of ribbons add a lyrical and romantic touch to the bridal bouquets, and also offers a beautiful opportunity for subtly incorporating something blue!”
- Lynn Easton, Owner & Creative Director, Easton Events
Le Secret D’Audrey
“For the bride that doesn’t want to add any colour to her own look, having your bridesmaids where a subtle shade of blue, like this grey is the perfect way to embrace the tradition in a fresh way.”
- Jess Levin Conroy, CEO & Founder, Carats & Cake