My headband, from Anthropologie - overpriced for a headband, underpriced for wedding wear.
We actually swapped rings in the Salon - my mom, my sister and I all have the same ring size, so we spent awhile trading rings back and forth - this is my mom's ring, which is gorgeous.
Wearing my "proper" jewelery - my grandmother's ring and my own engagement ring.
My necklace and earrings
The bracelet that Mark gave me for our first Valentine's Day together.
My veil, with added bling - which worked out well, as it did not wave around at all.When you add a fancy headband, the gem earrings and sparkley necklace are just...a lot. So I had a lot of trouble settling on what to wear. My sister and I went on a quick shopping trip two days before the wedding, and then my sister offered me her wedding necklace, which I had turned down in the past.
As an additional something old, I tied my grandmother's pendant around my bouquet (couldn't find my ribbon, so I went with what they had in the classroom at Irvine..)
And while we're on it, my something blue was decided on at the last minute at the nail salon....my something blue, on the beach in San Diego:
Did you do the old/new/borrowed/blue thing or say hang it all to tradition?