blue 1 noun, adjective; blue·er, blue·est
1. a color whose hue is that of the clear sky or that of the portion of the color spectrum lying between green and violet.
Something old, new, and borrowed? Sure. But why blue? According to the longstanding tradition, so many brides have walked down the aisle carrying tokens of blue because the color represents fidelity. And there certainly is a steadfast, unwavering quality to the shade. Blue is dependable, and eternal. Blue has been blue as long as there has been an ocean or sky.
“Blue is the only color which maintains its own character in all its tones…it will always stay blue.” ~ Raoul Dufy