Dinosaur Valley ElopementStyled Shoot: Drumheller Elopement

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on May 5, 2016

Alberta is immersed in the prettiest of earthy hues. One mountaintop view kissed by the sun can yield dusty creams, distant blue peaks and sparkling turquoise lakes like no other. Thanks to Rhiannon Sarah Photography we get to admire Drumheller’s desert orange tones at daylight and sunset in this romantic elopement inspiration

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Editors’ Picks: 10 Best Bouquets10 of the prettiest bouquets to inspire you!

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on April 27, 2016

From all white to colourful bouquets, structured to free, our favourite wedding bouquets feature a style for every type of bride. Whether you’re in search of your own wedding flowers or are just in the mood to add to your Pinterest board, scroll through to see our favourite wedding bouquets from real weddings.

CLASSIC ALL WHITE BOUQUET

While we’ll always love colourful blooms, carrying an all-white bouquet is an instant classic. Whether you favour crisp white or a more creamy ivory, there are tons of floral options to pick from when creating your single-hued bouquet. Design: Wild Orchid Floral | Photo: Katch Studios

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WHITE COUTURE BOUQUET

We like to call this the couture take on the white bouquet. Luxurious gardenias with a pop of colour and a gold handle. You can substitute the yellow + gold with your main wedding colour and it would look just as fabulous! Design: faBLOOMosity | Photo: Katch Studios

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MULTI-COLOUR MIXED BOUQUET

It takes a really good designer to pull together an array of flowers and colours into something this beautiful. An all-time favourite of mine! Design: Tickled Floral | Photo: Tricia Victoria Photography

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Same idea here but different colours, love all the different textures here. Design: Flowers by Janie | Photo: Erika Lagy Photography

Editors' Picks: 10 Best Bouquets

SPRING & SUCCULENTS

If you’re saying “I Do” in the months of April, May or June, you’re one lucky bride. Some of the most beautiful flowers bloom in the springtime. We love how this designer also incorporated succulents. Design: faBLOOMosity | Photo: Katch Studios

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PEONIES ALL DAY

This peony bouquet will never get old. Is there anyone in the world that doesn’t love wispy dreamy peonies? Didn’t think so! Design: Graham & Lane | Photo: Lucier Photography

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LOOSE BOUQUETS

Not every bride dreams of a perfect, symmetrical bundle of blooms. For the gal searching for something more natural, look no further than these perfectly imperfect bouquets.

Red and white were great choices against the snow and this brides fur coat. Design: Tickled Floral | Photo: Erin Walker Photography

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An array of flowers from peach to burgundy gives you best of both worlds. Design: Cory Christopher | Photo: Nicole Ashley

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For the effortless bride that loves pink! Springtime is the best season for this look! Design: Akiko Floral | Photo: Wilhelmina Weddings

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A natural bouquet comprised of white blooms and greenery. Design: Flowers by Janie | Photo: Heart & Sparrow Photography

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Marchesa Bridal Spring Summer 2017A Regal Enchanting Garden

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on April 14, 2016

Well, this is a dream. Marchesa released their Spring Summer 2017 Bridal Collection today and it couldn’t be any more breathtaking.  Inspired by a journey through a regal, enchanted garden with flourishing rosebuds and blossoming florals emerging just as the morning sun rises. We struggled to narrow it down, here are our top 5!

Mermaid detachable peplum gown with plunging v-neck in silver threaded chantilly lace.
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Bridesmaid Dress Trends of 2016Fashion: Our Top 6 Bridesmaid Looks

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on April 13, 2016

Still can’t decide on a colour or style for your bridesmaid dresses? Blush Magazine is here to help! We’ve put together a fab selection of our favourite bridesmaid dress trends of 2016.  These looks will help you choose the perfect hue and style for your bridesmaids. 

PURPLE LACE & FUR COVER UPS

Create a chic look with these deep purple lace gowns. The front slit shows off those sexy legs and the fur coats keep your gals warm – might we add stylish! Bridesmaid Gowns: Le Chateau | Fur Covers: Dynamite | Photo: Emily Oud Photography

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ALL WHITE

Create a classic look for your wedding with an all-white bridal party. Bridesmaid Gowns: White by Vera Wang from Davids Bridal | Photo: Lucier Photography. See more from this wedding here.

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LITTLE BLACK DRESS

Another way to go classic is all-black. Again fur cover ups are added to keep your maids warm and stylish! Bridesmaid Dresses: Allure from Pure Bridal | Floral: faBLOOMosity | Photo: Just Married Photography. See more from this wedding here.

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PRETTY IN PINK

Nothing screams my girls more than these soft pink sweetheart bridesmaids gowns. Paired with those gorgeous bouquets and you are ready for a summer wedding! Bridesmaid Gowns; Hayley Paige Occasions from Novelle Bridal | Photo: Katch Studios | Floral: faBLOOMosity

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SOMETHING BLUE

Here’s your touch of something blue! Keep them warm with those fur covers, winter has never looked so good! Gowns: Eliza and Ethan from Novelle Bridal | Photo: Erin Walker Photography | Floral: Tickled Floral

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ROSE GOLD SEQUINS

If your goal is to add some sparkle, you’re in luck. Sequins bridesmaid gowns are totally in! Bridesmaid Gowns: Modern Vintage Boutique | Photo: Michelle Larmand Photography

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A Colour Palette for Fall or Winter WeddingsStyled Shoot: Rustic Chic Fall Winter Wedding

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on April 8, 2016

Today, we are bringing you this gorgeous rustic styled shoot. What’s absolutely not to love about these bold tones and gold accents? If you want to add something different to your wedding, playing with your colour palette is a great place to start. This particular shoot showcases a combination of dark midnight blue, shades of purple, greenery and gold accents. Rich purples and blues work especially well in fall and winter months and in evening weddings whether outdoor or ballroom wedding. We hope this shoot inspires your fall or winter wedding!

FallWinterColourPalette

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