Saying 'I Do' with a Little Help from Something Blue: The Fun History of Wedding Hankies
Wedding handkerchiefs have been a part of traditional wedding customs for centuries. These little cloths have been bringing good luck and happiness to brides for centuries, and have even earned a special place in the famous "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue" rhyme.
In the olden days, wedding handkerchiefs served as the "something old" or "something blue" item, often passed down from generation to generation. These hankies were typically made of delicate lace or had the bride's initials and wedding date embroidered on them. Ain't that just the cutest thing you've ever heard?
Fast forward to today, and many brides are still carrying on this tradition by incorporating a special wedding handkerchief into their big day. It's a super sweet way to pay homage to the past and add a touch of sentimentality to your wedding day. And let's be real, who doesn't love a good something blue moment?
So, there you have it folks - the fun, light-hearted story of wedding handkerchiefs. Don't be afraid to add a touch of tradition and good luck to your wedding day with one of these little hankies of happiness!