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light aqua choker necklace
Photo: Ela Rae

Pale Aqua Choker

Complete your bridal look with this pale aqua choker necklace. In a strapless gown, a statement necklace like this will accentuate your collarbone (throw on a little highlighter here to create glowing skin). But this necklace isn't so formal that you couldn't pair it with a white button up shirt and boyfriend jeans after the wedding.

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navy blue wedding dress sash
Photo: Jardin

Sparkling Navy Sash

Your something blue doesn't have to be a pale shade. Add a bold pop of color to your wedding dress with this sparkling navy sash with leaf pattern.

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blue topaz ring
Photo: MinimalVS

Blue Topaz Ring

The best something blue ideas have a lasting significance. A blue topaz ring like this one would make a beautiful wedding day gift from the groom. It's a subtle and minimalist way to wear this tradition.

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Powder Blue Shoes

Badgley Mischka shoes are a wedding day standard. This powder blue pair with organza petals are lovely and feminine. Make sure you show off these stunners with a tea-length dress.

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Interwoven Lace Garter

One of the most popular something blue ideas is to wear the color on your garter. This way you can keep with tradition while still having an all-white wedding day look.

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long aqua blue drop earrings
Photo: Kate Spade

Linear Drop Earrings

Add sparkle to your wedding day with these dazzling drop earrings in ocean hues. Tuck your hair into a soft updo so that everyone can see them.

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blue glitter bow shoe clips
Photo: Polly McGeary

Cobalt Glitter Bows

Couldn't find the perfect pair of blue shoes? Simply add shoe clips to the toes or sides of your chosen pair for a brilliant something blue accessory. These festive clip on bows are covered in cobalt glitter.

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DIY Floral Crown

DIY up your own something blue by adding blue flowers or berries to a pretty floral crown. Something lush like this headpiece would be really striking at a boho-themed event.

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Sweet Vintage Handkerchief

Happy tears abound at weddings. And despite preparing with waterproof mascara and long-wear foundation, it still might be a good idea to walk down the aisle armed with a blue handkerchief. Wrap it around your bouquet, or tuck it into a dress pocket.

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Blue Bridal Bouquet

Of course, don't overlook the most obvious something blue. Fill your bridal bouquet with softly blue blooms. Hydrangeas are one of our favorite blue flowers because of their interesting blue color variations and how much they fill a bouquet per stem.