Something New, Something Old

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  1. Feb 27,  · You may have heard people say you need "something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue" for your wedding day. In fact, this little sayingditty has inspired one of the most popular traditions around. Many brides who don't follow other wedding conventions will make an effort to add something old and something new to their bridal ensemble, along with something borrowed and something .
  2. Sep 20,  · The Old English Rhyme “something old, something new” was a tradition intended to help ward off evil spirits and promise good luck and fertility to the newlyweds. Nowadays, it’s become a more contemporary tradition honoring the couple’s love and heritage.
  3. It's a long-standing wedding tradition that brides wear something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue on their wedding day for good luck. Most brides interpret that practice in a similar way—a blue garter, some borrowed and old jewelry, a new wedding dress.
  4. May 22,  · The traditional wedding rhyme goes: Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a sixpence in your shoe. It Author: Claire Nowak.
  5. Aug 08,  · “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.” You’ve likely heard this phrase before, but its origins may be far less familiar. The tradition comes from an Old English rhyme and each object is meant to be a token of good luck for the bride.
  6. According to wedding historian Susan Waggoner, "something old" symbolizes your lives prior to when they became intertwined and offers a chance to honor your family heritage, too, while "something.
  7. Dec 07,  · A family heirloom is typically the most popular way to incorporate the "something old" tradition. You can either sport a gorgeous pair of your mother's earrings you've always fawned over, or, say, sew on some of the pearls from your grandmother's collection onto the sleeve of your gown. A Locket on Your Bouquet.

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