Old, New, Borrowed and Blue

Today for Wedding Wednesday, I want to share with you what I used for the traditional Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed and Something Blue.

Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue

My something old was my great-grandma’s wedding band. We decided to use it for my wedding band. I had it since I was about 16, but I always wore it around my neck. It went along perfectly with my engagement ring. And it’s special because it has my great-grandma’s and great-grandpa’s initials in it.

My something new was my engagement ring. I absolutely adore my simple white-gold band with my princess-cut diamond. {Swoon}

My amazing friend, Sarah, let me borrow her blusher to go with my veil. I couldn’t find one- at all!- so she let me borrow hers. 🙂

And my something blue is very special, too. I am the third “Diane” in my family. My grandma, mom and I, all have “Diane” as our middle name. My grandma (the first “Diane”) had this hankie her wedding. I tucked this gorgeous thing into my wedding bouquet.

Old, New, Borrowed, Blue

I had such a wonderful time coming up with these things and seeing how they all came together. Did you do the “Something Old, New, Borrowed, Blue” tradition? If so, what were they?

Sincerely,
Hannah Diane

31 thoughts on “Old, New, Borrowed and Blue

  1. I absolutely loved this! your something old and something blue warmed my heart soo much! super precious ❤ thank you for sharing

  2. I love that you were able to incorporate so many meaningful things into your “old, new, borrowed, blue.” I especially love the blue hankie. It’s so beautiful!
    I suppose that’s why I didn’t follow this tradition when I got married – it didn’t really mean anything to me, and I didn’t want to do something just for the sake of doing it.

    But I think what you were able to do was absolutely wonderful. 🙂

  3. I LOVE that you have your great grandmother’s wedding band–that is SO special! And that hankie is absolutely beautiful! Such a great way to incorporate something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue!

  4. I just love these and how each of them were so close to your heart. That wedding band and engagement ring look perfect together too – it was meant to be! 🙂 Thanks for linking up with us!

  5. That’s so sweet! I love the hankie and ring! The diamond in my engagement ring was passed down to me from my great aunt. One of our colors was blue so I wore blue shoes and earrings and borrowed a bracelet to wear. My wedding dress was new, but I cannot remember what my something old was (and our wedding was less than 3 years ago).

  6. I love seeing people’s wedding details 🙂 Thank you for sharing, Hannah! My something old was a crystal necklace from a dear lady who has known me since I was a baby, my something blue were my shoes and the sapphires in my engagement ring, something borrowed was also the crystal necklace and my something new was my dress ❤ These traditions really add to the special-ness of a bride's wedding day 🙂

  7. Very nice!, having your grandma’s band is so lovely. I never had anything like this for my wedding as it was just a living room thing. Your special day will be Incredible I’m sure!

  8. this is beautiful. my grandma gave me my own hankerchief at my bridal shower – its my favorite gift and one that i’ll cherish forever. i’m sure yours is just the same.

  9. This is so cute! I love seeing all the cute ways that people incorporate items from that saying into their wedding. Thanks for joining us for Hump Day Happenings!

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