Who here is doing the whole “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue” thing? I was recently at a wedding where the bride just couldn’t figure out what to do for something blue. So let’s figure it out now!
From panties to NSFW hankies, here are some options for your something blue…
If you’re opting for a cheaper, more comfortable, or just more plain set of shoes for the wedding, you may want to up your game with a shoe clip.
We found some of the snazziest, goofiest, and most geeky shoe clips EVER to make your plain shoes look like a quirky flippin’ masterpiece.
It was barely over a year ago that we all lost our beloved David Bowie. Thankfully, there are many epic tributes to keep us going paying our collective homage, including this amazing “something blue” wedding dress embroidery featuring the iconic line from “Rebel Rebel”: “Hot tramp, I love you so.”
When plain blue boots aren’t going to cut it because you need those absolutely perfect boots you saw online somewhere, it’s time to go looking for your “fairy godvendor” on Etsy so they can make them for you.
Here are the “something blue” Victorian boots I had made for my wedding.
I’m not sure, but I think these might be the perfect blue wedding shoes… flats so you can walk? Check. Soft suede that feels amazing? Check. Blue for those of you going for the “something old, something new, etc etc” angle? Check. Ballet-influenced look? Check. But if these are not your style… we got other options for you!
If you’re going for the “something old, something new” tradition, blue shoes are a pretty easy way to get a pop of color even if the rest of your wedding feels more understated, colorwise. (For me as a color-fiend, of course I’m like UNDERSTATED COLORS WHAT IS THIS I DON’T COMPREHEND.) Blue wedding shoes can be a great way of getting a little color-fiend on your feet, while maintaining your aesthetic visions elsewhere.