Wedding Traditions vs. New Wedding Trends

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Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and today we’ve got a comparison for you! Let’s look at old wedding traditions compared to modern wedding trends.


Save the Dates: Save the dates don’t need to just come in the form of paper. Mix it up and show guests your creativity with a coaster, keychain, or magnet invite:

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Something new: The bride’s wedding gown is usually the “new” item for the big day. For something new, why not monogram initials into the champagne flutes for the wedding toast?

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Something blue: Blue is traditionally worn by the bride as another one of the four somethings on the wedding day, and is usually part of the dress or comes in the form of a garter. A new take on this could be getting ready for your big day while dressed in blue! These robes can still be used for your days to come, happily married after:


Rice Toss: Traditionally, the bride and groom are showered with rice as they walk down the aisle after they’ve said their “I do”. Who says it has to be rice? Add some flair and colorful fun with your type of toss! Guests can now grab bags of confetti, glitter, sprinkles, or flower petals to toss at the happy couple:

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Have you seen any modern takes on such traditions at weddings? Let us know what your thoughts are on wedding traditions or new trends!


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