6 Subtle But Elegant Ways to Add Something Blue to Your Wedding


Your wedding day is a celebration of love, joy, and new beginnings. While there are many wedding traditions, one of the most popular is the incorporation of “something blue.” This age-old tradition symbolizes purity, fidelity, and good luck for the couple. If you’re wondering how to include this beautiful tradition in your wedding, we’ve got you covered! In this article, we’ll explore creative and meaningful ways to incorporate “something blue” into your special day.

How to Incorporate Something Blue into Your Wedding:

1. Blue Bridal Accessories

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One of the simplest ways to incorporate “something blue” into your wedding attire is by accessorizing with blue elements. Opt for a stunning pair of blue shoes that will peek out from beneath your wedding gown as you walk down the aisle. Alternatively, consider adding a touch of blue to your ensemble with a delicate blue sash, a blue hair accessory, or even blue earrings. These subtle additions will not only bring a pop of color but also serve as a stylish reminder of the tradition.

2. Blue Wedding Attire

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Photo from Sareh Nouri

For the bold and fashion-forward bride, consider embracing a touch of blue in your wedding dress itself. Designers are now offering beautiful bridal gowns with delicate blue accents, such as a blue bodice, blue embroidery, or even a subtle blue ombre effect. This unique twist on the traditional white gown will make a memorable statement while honoring the “something blue” tradition.

3. Blue Bouquet and Floral Arrangements

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Photo by Elizabeth Anne Designs

Another creative way to incorporate “something blue” is through your floral arrangements. Work with your florist to include blue blooms or accent flowers in your bouquet, centerpieces, and ceremony décor. Delphiniums, hydrangeas, irises, and blue orchids are stunning options that can add an elegant touch of blue to your wedding flowers. The blue hues will create a striking contrast against other colors and bring a sense of freshness and tranquility to your celebration.

4. Blue Wedding Cake or Desserts

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Indulge your guests with a delectable blue wedding cake or desserts that fit your color scheme. Your cake can be adorned with blue frosting, intricate blue patterns, or even fresh blueberries for a natural touch. If you prefer to have a traditional white cake, consider serving blue macarons, cupcakes with blue icing, or a selection of blue-themed candies and sweets. These delicious treats will not only satisfy your guests’ sweet tooth but also incorporate “something blue” into your culinary delights.

5. Blue Table Décor

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Extend the “something blue” theme to your reception by incorporating blue elements into your table décor. Opt for blue table linens, blue napkins, or blue glassware to create a cohesive look. You can also tie blue ribbons around the backs of chairs or use blue accents in your table centerpieces. These subtle touches will enhance your wedding theme and create a visually stunning atmosphere for your guests.

6. Blue Signature Cocktail

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Photo by Jessa Schifilliti

Add a touch of elegance to your wedding bar by featuring a signature blue cocktail. Work with your bartender to create a refreshing and visually appealing drink that complements your color scheme. Blue curaçao, blueberry-infused vodka, or butterfly pea flower tea can be key ingredients in crafting a delightful blue concoction. Not only will this signature drink please your guests’ palates, but it will also serve as a unique and memorable nod to the “something blue” tradition.

READ MORE: 13 SOMETHING BLUES FOR YOUR WEDDING DAY

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