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This is a beautiful traditional that has been around for many years. By adding these 4 things onto the bride they say it will not only bring you good luck on your Wedding Day but also it will help with fertility and prosperity.

The Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue and a sixpence in your shoe has come from an Old English Rhyme. Something Old represents continuity; Something New offers optimism for the future; Something Borrowed symbolises borrowed happiness; Something Blue stands for purity, love, and fidelity; and a sixpence in your shoe is a wish for good fortune and prosperity, although this remains largely a British custom. These 4 things are usually something that is given to you by a family member or a guest, although there is no harm in you buying any of them yourself.

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There are so many different ways of including these things into your wedding attire, from jewellery, shoes, pins for your bouquet, garter, blue writing inside your dress, small tokens added to your bracelet or bouquet, a vintage piece of clothing or an underskirt or veil borrowed.

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I would love to hear if you followed this tradition and how you incorporated them into your wedding attire.

I had as my......                                                                                                                                                     something old - a pearl necklace I got as a gift for my 18th birthday                                                                         something new - was earings and a bracelet                                                                                                   something borrowed - was my underskirt                                                                                                             something blue - was my garter                                                                                                                           And i didnt do the lucky sixpence as I wasnt aware of that one.

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