Five Jaw Dropping 2018 Wedding Dresses from Blush by Hayley Paige

BRIDES:

I cannot wait to wear my wedding dress.

I know, everyone swoons over their own but I have dreams about wearing that baby down the aisle (and walking my dogs, driving to the car wash, sitting in my cubicle; like I mean OBSESSED with my dress!) Many of my readers have picked up on my affinity for Hayley Paige (the actual person and the incredible line.)

Hayley Paige is the pumpkin spice latte in a wedding world of flat whites.

 If y’all remember, I said yes to the dress back in July of 2017, so with such a long engagement the biggest question friends and family asked was, “are you still going to love your dress by then?” I knew from the moment I laid my eyes on the runway photo on Pinterest. I knew from the second it graced my body and I started BALLING. When you have your dress on, you feel like an ethereal bad betch on a mission to enter into the holy covenant of matrimony with your handsome counterpart at your side. I watch Say Yes to the Dress religiously (I love both squads but I’m team ATL/Laurie & Monty) and a frequent storyline is the already married bride who wants the do-over because they never felt THAT bridal moment. It’s the best feeling in the world! That’s why you need to LOVE your dress. May I suggest a few from the Blush by Hayley Paige 2018 Collection?


MILO

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Milo was the inspiration for this blog post. If I ever become one of those gals who puts on an entire second wedding to renew my vows, I’ll be wearing this masterpiece. This soft blush ball gown is draped in Hydrangea tulle. The embellished sweetheart bodice and cap sleeve exude romance without trying too hard. I just sighed typing this description – I love her!

KIM

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OH LAWD JESUS IT’S A FIRE.

A white hot fire! This ivory crepe bridal jumpsuit is what dreams are made of. I always envisioned myself rocking a jumpsuit down the aisle – until I found my dress. This is the perfect option for a modern elegant wedding held at an art gallery or a historic plantation home, but it could also slay a small seaside gathering on an island off the coast. Imagine the dance moves you could get away with in this little number!

DAWSON

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I’m convinced that Dawson is the type of gown that would look stunning on ANY bride; that’s no small feat for a wedding gown! The ball gown silhouette is every girl’s dream, but the lace bodice (complete with nude lining) spices things up. The crisscross straps merging in the back gives me goosebumps – I can just envision the photo now: you, your groom, your first dance, the back of this dress commanding attention.

XENIA

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Where are my mermaid lovers? This ivory crepe sheath fitted silhouette features a sculpted, beaded bodice adorned with trendy geometric/floral patterns to give it the edge it needs. Xenia was made to float down the aisle of a Tuscan villa or an outdoor winery.

OLYMPIA

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If tulle is your go-to, then we just found the gown of your dreams. 2018 has witnessed the return of the ball gown, the spotlight stealer. Olympia is just that! The curved v-neck bodice is so different from your average sweetheart neckline and this beauty acts as a blank canvas to accessorize. Crystal belt? Silver lariat necklace? A TULLE CAPE!? The options are infinite.

Which is your favorite? Comment below and see the entire collection here.

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Peony

(Images: JLM Couture)

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