Do the Bride a Favor site announced some original ideas on wedding preparation

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Do the Bride a Favor today released wedding planning tips based on the old adage "Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue"

Almost everyone has heard of the old British saying about weddings: “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue.” Back in the Victorian Era, it was said that getting these kind of items would bring the bride luck in her new marriage. Here are some fun ideas on integrating old and new styles on the bride's big day.

Something Old

Traditionally, the old item had a connection with family ties, especially the mother and grandmother. Brides have honored their family by wearing a heirloom, like a piece of jewelry.

For a bit of a different spin, Do the Bride a Favor suggests going a bit vintage. For a reception, why not try having items that will give a real blast from the past. Does the bride have a favorite candy she liked as a kid? A vintage candy machine is not only a tasty treat and a great idea for wedding favor, but also brings back fun childhood memories.

Something New

Something new represents a feeling of hope and success for the bride's new future with her husband. Brides sometimes buy a wedding dress or a ring as the new item.

Do the Bride a Favor thinks that a little creativity will go over well in choosing a new item. For a unique twist, why not create a new personalized wedding favor for the guests at the wedding? This can be anything from food or candy, to homemade trinkets, to fresh flowers. Guests will appreciate the novel idea.

Whether or not people believe in superstition, receiving new and old things as symbols for good fortune has become a common tradition on the big wedding day. Combining the feel of vintage and modern can certainly give a wedding a more personalized style.

About Do the Bride a Favor
Do the Bride a Favor specializes in unique and fun wedding favor ideas and news for the bride to be. We focus on cultivating a special experience for each and every wedding guest. We also research great gift ideas in general and candy opportunities.

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