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14 Fantastic Ways To Incorporate "Something Old" Into Your Wedding

Besides inviting your great aunt Lisa.

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1. If your mother kept her bouquet, take a small flower from it and have it set in resin to wear as a necklace, bracelet, or pin on the big day.

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3. Make a custom "old, borrowed, new, and blue" charm-pin to wear on your dress.

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This DIY project is crazy easy, and chances are you have everything you need in your house right now.

4. Attach your parents' and grandparents' wedding rings to your bouquet for the ceremony.

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If you're planning to toss your bouquet, just be sure to take them off first!

5. Get an antique topper for your wedding cake.

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There have been tons of different styles of wedding cake toppers over the past century. A simple search online or visit to flea market can help you land a little piece of history.

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7. Put photos of loved ones you've lost in a locket and then wrap it around the bouquet.

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It's never easy facing your biggest day without loved ones, but this heartfelt homage is a beautiful way to carry them with you in spirit.

12. Cut a piece of fabric from your father's favorite shirt or tie (with his permission, of course) and sew it into the lining of your dress.

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