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It is traditional for the bride to wear something old, something new, something borrowed something blue.
This tradition dates back to Victorian times and the meanings behind these good luck symbols are as follows.

Something old represents the link with the bride's family and the past. Many brides choose to wear a piece of family jewellery or a mother's or grandmother's wedding gown or headdress.

Something new represents good fortune and success in the bride's new life.The wedding gown is often chosen as this item.

Something borrowed is to remind the bride that friends and family will be there for her when help is required. This can be anything from a lace handkerchief to a piece of jewellery, or part of the outfit.

Something blue is the symbol of faithfulness and loyalty. The bride often wears a blue garter.

A silver sixpence is often worn in the bride's shoe and is to wish wealth for the bride.

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