3 Traditional Ideas for Your Wedding’s “Something Old”
We’ve all heard the old adage — if you’re planning a wedding, you need to incorporate “something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue.” If you’re at a loss for what to incorporate for your “something old,” try using one or more of our fun ideas that pay homage to family and tradition.
- A passed-down family recipe. Does your mom make chocolate chip cookies to die for? Does your grandmother protect her family lasagna recipe with a locked safe? If your family has a passed-down recipe, consider asking your reception venue or bridal shower banquet hall in Bucks County if they can incorporate the classic dish onto your menu!
- A piece of heirloom jewelry. If you’re going to be a bride, ask your mother, aunt, or grandmother if she has a string of pearls, choker necklace, or tennis bracelet that works with your outfit. If you’re a groom, you may want to ask a father or grandfather to borrow his best set of cufflinks.
Do you want to pay homage to a classic piece of jewelry that’s no longer wearable or that broke? A tailor can incorporate loose precious stones and pearls into your dress or veil, offering a new and fashionable way to don your classic jewels!
- A photograph of a loved one who has passed on. Do you have someone special in your life who can’t make it to your big day? Displaying a photo of a loved one who has passed on in your wedding hall in Bensalem can help you and your party feel their spirit during your ceremony and reception!
At Village Catering, we pride ourselves on helping you make your wedding day as memorable and magical as possible. To learn more about our expert team of caterers or to book one of our banquet spaces for your upcoming ceremony, give our team a call today at 215-437-3337!