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Carry a small bouquet of fabric flowers, wear dainty blue gloves, carry a pale blue cluthc, or wear feminine blue shoes to add a splash of blue to your wardrobe on the big day. Blue fabric flowers, similar styles available at M&S Schmalberg. Fleur suede peep-toe heels in bright blue, J.Crew. "Marina" soft touch leather small frame clutch with a delicate scale pattern in blue (No. 390MN, "Marina"), Lodis. Wrist length leather gloves, Carolina Amato.
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Who says you have to have a traditional diamond engagement ring or wedding band? Switch it up and wear a colorful diamond or "fancies" as they're called. Go one step further and choose a blue diamond and use it as your something blue.
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A Pretty Parasol
A parasol is the perfect accessory for the romantic bride, nostalgic of Antebellum garden parties and floaty ball gowns. It will also keep fair skin as white as a wedding dress and by adding a personalized monogram in blue like this one, it can also serve as your something blue for your big day.
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Blue Taffeta SashWith its fitted bodice, full skirt, and chapel train, this duchesse-satin gown by Amsale could have been made for a princess. It has a touch of something blue in the form of a taffeta sash.
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Secret Something BlueA dainty azure bow pinned discreetly to the underskirt of your wedding dress is a charming way to honor an age-old tradition. Choose any pretty blue ribbon you like and fasten it to the inner layers of your gown or undergarments with a tiny safety pin. It'll be your little secret: something blue that's hidden from view.
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Fade to BlueA vintage pin of diamonds and sapphires from Fred Leighton is fastened to one of the tulle straps of a Ristarose gown, which features a silk shantung fitted bodice with lattice stitching and an organza skirt.
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Dress It UpThree different accessories -- an opalescent Venetian-glass flower from Jean Claude Mastroianni, a mother-of-pearl and pearl brooch by Jose and Maria Barrera, and a necklace with carved opal hearts by Darlene de Sedle -- decorate the mocha sash of this silk tulle sequined gown by Monique Lhuillier.
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Aquamarine CapeletAquamarines were once believed to be the treasure of mermaids. A pale-blue capelet with aquamarine beads by Adrienne Landau is decorated with a 1940s sterling-silver pin with aqua crystals from Carole Tanenbaum Vintage Collection. The silk tulle gown has rhinestone embroidery and a silk aqua-colored ribbon detail at the waist, by Angel Sanchez.
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Blue Bouquet RibbonWhite makes right in this elegant and undeniably feminine bouquet. Tied in a loose, languorous bow, a wide striped vintage ribbon of steel and slate blues decorates the slender stems wrapped in grosgrain.
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Gentle Blue ClusterA traditionally shaped bouquet becomes more unexpected with a profusion of blues, including azure miniature irises, and a variety of textures. Muscari resembles small bunches of grapes; feathery scilla in the palest blue gives a sense of delicacy. The picot-edge bow reflects the flowers' wispiness.
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Blue NosegayAs innocent as a white bouquet, these plump grape-hyacinth and delicate lavender florets are dressed with a mauve silk handle; a pin adorned with a lavender glass bead secures the ribbon on top.
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Fan: Alternative to BouquetA vintage silk fan in a floral pattern is a demure alternative to a bouquet.
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Blue LeavesIn this bouquet, ice-blue leaves encircle a silk poppy.
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