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Planning for your big day, you've probably thought about all kinds of little details. What about your "something borrowed"? In addition to the classics like borrowing mom's pearl necklace, or grandma's bracelet, check out the interesting and unique ideas we came across.
One idea for your "something borrowed" could be using fabric as the wrap for your bridal bouquet. This could be some lace from your mother's dress, your dad or grandpa's favorite tie, or any other fabric that can be borrowed and has meaning to your and your loved one.
If wrapping your whole bouquet in the borrowed piece doesn't appeal to you, there are still ways to work your borrowed item into your bouquet. Any item that is important to you and your loved ones will work well as a bouquet trinket. You could weave your grandparents' wedding rings into the ribbon, attach pins borrowed from your sorority sisters, wrap a family heirloom locket with old photos around the stems, or include your mom's, grandmother's, or aunt's brooches into the bouquet itself.
If you'd prefer not to involve your bouquet at all, there are still plenty of ways to work your "something borrowed" into your wedding.