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Weddings Through the Decades: Victorian Inspiration

"Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue" - it's a wedding tradition that began in the Victorian era along with several other practices that continue today. While "something old" should have once belonged to a happily married woman, "something new" is usually the bridal apparel. To guarantee good fortune, "something old" must be gold, and "something blue" symbolizes the heavens and true love.
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