Discussion in 'Disney Weddings and Honeymoons' started by mumsy1955, Sep 4, 2018.
What did you have for the" old,new ,borrowed ,blue" tradition for your wedding
Old: my mother's veil
Borrowed: wedding dress (worn by my aunt and sister-in-law)
Blue: handkerchief that I got from Disney Fairy Tale Weddings
Old: My earrings that I've worn before
New: Necklace, Shoes, Dress
Borrowed: I don't have this yet. I'm going to ask my mom for a bracelet or something
Blue: My underwear lol. I couldn't think of where to have blue and figure this isn't visible.
When my daughter had her Disney wedding in 2008, she took a piece of the satin from my wedding gown and used that to wrap her bouquet as her old item.
Yes, she cut up my dress, but not before she put on the thing and made fun of it from top to bottom.
Especially the shoulders, LOL Gotta love the 80's.
Haven't done it yet. But I'm definitely wanting to keep with this old tradition! Thank you posters! I'm also getting ideas from you all.
I'm going to be wearing a long silver hooded medieval style gown so I'll do something blue in my jewelry. Maybe borrow from my mom so that's old blue and borrowed. Or is it not good to pile them up like that? I was a bridesmaid last May and I kept the silver and blue metal pins that we were supposed to put in our hair (totally didn't work). I ended up adding them to some ribbon I found and wrapped around our bouquets. I might use that somewhere. (See why I need more ideas!)
Old: my earrings that my husband gave me as my first big gift
New: my necklace he gave me as my wedding present
Borrowed: a bracelet from my sister she wore for her wedding
Blue: a charm I tied on my bouquet from DFTW.
Not married yet, but considering I've been dating the guy for five and a half years, I'm allowed to dream at this point!
Old- my grandmother's and mother's wedding bands (I wear them daily and I plan to wear them on my wedding day as well)
Borrowed- not sure yet... maybe a hair clip from the girl who will be my maid of honor?
Blue- the pair of blue opal earrings he gave me for a birthday
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