By Madison Rodriguez

Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue. These are wedding staples that every bride treasures at their wedding. Something old, something new, and something borrowed are objectively easier to find, but finding something blue is always a daunting task. If you are a bride stuck on what to use for your something blue, here are some ideas for what to use that will make other brides green with envy.

something blue blue wedding bouquet blue flowers

Blue Bouquet

Everyone will want to jump to catch your wedding bouquet with beautifully arranged blue flowers- such as bluebonnets or blue roses.   The bride’s bouquet is possibly the most payed-attention-to accessory on a wedding day, and blue flowers will make any wedding guest stare that much harder.

Blue Heels

If you want your something blue to be covert, why not make it your shoes under your dress?  Blue shoes are elegant, but they won’t distract from a wedding theme in any way.

blue heels something blue wedding tradition
Gold wedding rings on a pink marble shell next to blue jewelry and flowers

Blue Aquamarine Jewelry

The jewelry you wear on your wedding night can be some of the most treasured jewelry in your jewelry box.  Something blue wedding earrings, necklaces, or bracelets will be a marvelous addition to any wedding-day-ensemble.

Blue Signature Cocktail

Blue drinks are the best drinks.   A blue cocktail is the perfect something blue for any bride that is not a fan of bright blue accessories. Using a cocktail as a something blue means everyone at your wedding may enjoy your something blue with you!

Detail of two blue lagoon cocktails with blue curacao liqueur, vodka, lemon juice and soda, decorated with lemon slice and mint leaves. Selective focus on the mint leaves

There you have it, easy and simple!  Above are four something blue ideas that won’t have your wedding guests leaving with the blues.