Did you just hear that correctly? Your very own bridesmaid is calling you a bridezilla.
Being referred to a bridezilla all the time can be annoying, to say the least. After all, the only thing you’re doing is making sure that every aspect of your wedding goes perfectly. Is that too much to ask for a day that comes once in a lifetime? Absolutely not!
But what if, during your efforts to make everything perfect, you’ve ignored some important details along way? We cannot have that. This is why we list down 4 wedding etiquette you may not know you’re breaking.
Now that we’re at the fourth and final part of this tradition, let us tell you why you need it all for your wedding.
Something old represents continuity of love and faith;
Something new offers a positive start and effect for the future;
Something borrowed represents incorporating that little sentimental something,
Something blue represents love, fidelity and purity since blue is the color of stability and faith,
Finally, sixpence in your shoe is a wish that represents good fortune and prosperity.
Each part of this tradition offers well-being and happiness for the couple.
Here, something blue is one tradition that affects the wedding as a whole, and not just the bride. Blue can be used as a theme as well. But here, we talk more about the individual use of something blue to create a proper balance.
The something borrowed aspect of your wedding preparations is the most cost-cutting of the lot.
From wedding veils to your spouse’s last name, something borrowed offers brides the chance to make more sentimental choices for their wedding proceedings. But where should you start?
For that, we offer some wonderful options!
And a silver sixpence in your shoe
Almost every bride in the world has heard of this tradition. Originated in the late 19th century as a wedding tradition, each phrase of this rhyme represents good luck tokens for the bride so that she can carry them with her down the aisle, and forth for a happy marriage.
In modern times, this rhyme is still considered superstition by some. But the good luck associated with it is one that is still believed by millions.
Here at Perfect Bridal, we believe in many things that brings joy and happiness to couples. As such, we truly back this old notion. So much so, that in our four-part blog, we delve into each aspect of it, giving you some ideas on how you can incorporate it into your wedding.
Since we’ve taken care of the something old, we move on to the something new component of your wedding.
You’re probably thinking, “I just bought my exquisite Alfred Angelo wedding dress. Isn’t that the something new I need?”
Truth be told, we’re inclined to say no.
A new wedding gown is the easiest way to incorporate the something new in your wedding preparation, but it’s not the only one. With more people using their own creativity to add something new in their wedding, it is becoming a lot easier for brides to make their wedding different and thus, memorable.
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