A Supermoon is when the point in the Moons orbit when it is at its closest to the Earth coincides with full or new Moon (see Wikipedia entry).
A blue Moon is (in this instance) the occurrence of a second full Moon in the same calendar month (see Wikipedia entry), and is unrelated to the coincident Supermoon.
Also the apparent size difference between a full Supermoon and a more usual full Moon is inlikely to be detectable by a casual observer. As can be seen in the side-by-side comparison graphic on the Wikipedia page reproduced below:
The apparent giant Moon you report is the well known Moon illusion where the Moon appears larger when observed near the horizon compared to when seen higher in the sky. The Moon illusion is startling if you are unfamiliar with it and very much more noticeable than a Supermoon to the casual observer.
While out in the morning of the 31st, walking the dog in the local recreation ground, between ~04:00 and 05:00 BST (03:00-04:00 UT) I observed the apparent size of the Moon and commented to the dog that we will probably see someone (in the media I thought) mistake the apparent size illusion I was seeing for the effect of the Supermoon. (I had also noted the same effect the day before at a similar time, but not on the 1st as we go out later at the weekend)