For some brides this is a breeze to cross of off their wedding checklist, and for others...not so much.  No worries!  There's lots of options. 
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     How about blue shoes?  I found these cute (and comfy) shoes on sale at the Vancouver Mall for 10.00.  Not a bad deal at all.  They were stable, tall enough, comfortable, and just sassy enough to add some personality.  You can even paint your toes blue to match. 

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     If you're not big on flashing your "something blue", you can sew a small blue bow to the inside of your wedding dress.  It's okay to hide your something blue if you feel it doesn't fit with your vision.  It doesn't have to be 'big', or 'blingy'; it just has to be blue. 
     If you're looking for other options that aren't visible, a blue garter is a traditional way to go.  Not-so-much the traditional type of bride?  Blue undergarments may be more your style.


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We found this fantastic white and navy blue hair flower on www.etsy.com through Blue Sugar Bridal in Seattle, WA.  Completely hand-made, this accessory could be exactly what you're looking for.  Find more details about this product at the following link:  http://www.etsy.com/listing/22643817/white-and-navy-blue-silk-flower-hair

Good luck with your "something blue"!  If you have any suggestions for something blue, please add them in the comment box below!
 


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Eliza
08/29/2010 6:24pm

hi I would like to find a vacation house for my out door wedding with a nice garden or a beautiful landscaping and water fall for 400 hundred people in vancouver or around here do you have any suggestions? thanks

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09/07/2010 2:21pm

400 people is a lot of people to have in any space! I talked to the Gifford Pinchot National Forest and they said waterfall wise, there really isn't anything in the are. My advice would be to continue forth looking for a private estate that can accomodate your guest list. Good luck and happy hunting! : )

~Laurie~

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Eliza
09/12/2010 7:47pm

thanks but I was thinking they will be around 300 guest and maybe I will look in portland, camas and washougal for a garden.

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