Something Borrowed, Something Naughty

From the moment you designed your first toilet paper wedding dress for Barbie (admit it, your doll sported Charmin Couture just like mine did!), you’ve been wanting to walk down the aisle equipped with something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue. The old and new? Easy! Something borrowed? That bracelet you’ve been “borrowing” from your sister for the last 3 years should qualify. But it’s that “something blue” that stops most brides in their satin Jimmy Choos.

articles_altUnless you’ve picked it as one of your wedding colors or as part of your bouquet, blue’s not so easy to pull off. Luckily, there’s no rule that your something blue needs to be seen by anyone but you and your intended. In fact, all you creative—and slightly naughty—brides out there might want to insist on keeping your blue under wraps until the wedding night.

Betty Beauty’s latest hair care product is blue hair dye for the hair…you know, down there. The kits even include dove, heart and hugs & kisses stencils. And with such “green” ingredients as rosemary, chamomile, and aloe to help turn your down-there-hair blue, it’s as gentle for you as it is pleasantly surprising for him.

When some nosy guest asks where your “something blue” is, just tell them you left it in the honeymoon suite.