7 Ways to Incorporate "Something Blue" Into Your Wedding Day

Don't keep all the good luck wrapped up in your attire—there's plenty of blue to go around.
by Carrie Anton
Blue menu at a wedding reception
photo by Katherine Rose Photography

If you're looking to spread around the good fortune of your "something blue," we rounded up seven different ways you can incorporate the pretty hue into your nuptials.

1. Blue Ball Gown

photo by Harmony Creative Studio—Christine Sara Photography

Swap the white wedding dress for one in a color reminiscent of the ocean.

2. Beauties in Blue

photo by Mirelle Carmichael Photography

Your bridesmaids will look stunning in light and airy azure-toned gowns.

3. Pretty and Pampered

photo by Bridal Bliss—Powers Studios

Keep the squad looking perfectly in sync from the moment you get ready with matching navy robes.

4. Sew Sweet

photo by Julie Cahill Photography

If blue isn't your signature color, embroider the hue on the inside of your dress to commemorate your wedding date and new initials.

5. Royal Treatment

photo by Caroline Dutton Events—Camille Catherine Photography

Welcome out-of-town guests to their hotel home away from home with baskets wrapped up in a blue bow.

6. Run With It

photo by Cherry Blossom Events—Paper Antler

Patterned blue table runners add a striking graphic style when paired with cobalt glassware to toast to your new marriage.

7. Midnight Menus

photo by Couture Events Orange County—Katherine Rose Photography

Entice the taste buds of your guests with a beautiful blue menu.

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