Monique Lhuillier Bridal Fall 2015Fall 2015 Bridal Collection

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on October 10, 2014

The Fall 2015 Bridal collection draws inspiration from the surreal beauty and fantasy of a jewelry box. The gowns were dreamed up as if from a treasure trove of one’s keepsakes and ornate jewelry, where a perfectly poised ballerina balances en pointe pirouetting in delight.

Gowns are effortless yet dreamy, ultra-feminine yet subtly glamorous. From soft sheaths with exaggerated trains, embroidered trumpet silhouettes to grandiose embellished gowns, each piece is a cherished jewel.

Pastel shades of mint, lavender, primrose, and blush create a playful twist on tradition. Delicate tonal beading trickles off gowns, while collaged with Chantilly and re-embroidered laces, layers of sheer colored tulle prove that design details are distinctive and exquisite. The ready to wed collection takes its cue from the sweetly feminine ballerina with a two-piece crop-top, tea-length skirt and antique gold strapless mini.


Heavenly GoddessesJenny Packham 2015 Bridal Collection

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on April 22, 2014

The Jenny Packham 2015 Bridal collection is like something out of a dream. British sensation Jenny Packham was inspired by photographs of 1930’s British society photographer, Madame Yevonde, specifically the portraits of ladies dressed in classical costumes, known as ‘The Goddesses.’

The show took place in an industrial venue against a blue sky backdrop, exactly the setting this collection deserved. Jenny Packham broadened the wedding palette this season using soft tones of buttermilk, champagne, and warm blush caramel in ethereal textures and fabrics finished with exquisite beading and crystals on capes, sleeves, and necklines.

Take a stroll with Blush through our top choices from this heavenly collection.


Monique’s Ethereal DaydreamMonique Lhuillier Spring 2015 Bridal Collection

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on April 14, 2014

Happy Monday! We’ve just returned from four days in NYC to preview the 2015 bridal collections from designers all across the globe. As our bookings increase with each season there are select shows that we refuse to miss and Monique Lhuillier is one of them.

The spring 2015 bridal collection is Monique’s ethereal daydream come to life. Set in a John Singer Sargent portraiture, silk satin organza and signature Chantilly lace gowns create a dreamy, alluring vision. Along with the traditional ivory and silk white, Monique mixes in shades of blush, hydrangea, pistachio and mist, for an unexpected discovery within the collection.

From her collection of twenty looks we picked our top six ! Enjoy!



Elope In StyleFashion: Elopement Style Ideas

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on February 24, 2014

Eloping used to mean running away with your lover and secretly getting married. Nowadays couples refer to it as a no-fuss quickie marriage at the courthouse. Since designers started considering brides that opt out of the traditional wedding gown forms, eloping has become a much more fashionable affair. Just because you decided to elope doesn’t mean you can’t look chic doing it, right? So whether you’re jetting off to your romantic spot or simply saying ‘I do’ at City Hall, do it with style:

The Short White Dress: For the bride that aspires to look unique but doesn’t want to wear a classic long wedding dress. Here are dresses that you can rock on the beach, under the Eiffel Tower, or at City Hall.

Elopement or City Hall Wedding: Short White Dresses

The Pant Suit: For the bride who is all about feeling comfortable and looking herself on her wedding day. If you’re going for comfort and a classic silhouette, a suit might be your thing. But not your ordinary suit, here are some stunners:

Elopement or City Hall Wedding: Pant/JumpSuit

Not Your Everyday Couple: These couples (real or not) show us how to look stylish for an elopement or city hall wedding.

Elopement or City Hall Wedding: Inspiring Couples


Veils: Which is Your Style?Fashion: Wedding Veils

Posted by Rachel Romanu Posted on February 18, 2014

When choosing a veil, a bride has countless options. Veils vastly differ in style from vintage to traditional to modern—each uniquely fashionable. A bride’s veil ties everything together. Aside from historic tradition, it’s designed to compliment the wedding dress, embody the theme of the wedding and showcase the bride’s personality.

So how does one find the perfect veil? It starts with knowing your style. Take a veil tour with me and lets discover your style.

Chic Vintage Bride: Juliet Cap Veil

The Juliet Cap Veil is a style that dates back to the 1920s-1930s. It is considered chic vintage because of its flirtatious and romantic nature. Fitted to the top of the head, the Juliet Cap Veil drapes down adding fluidity to a structured headpiece.

What is Your Veil Style? Juliet Cap

Couture Bride: Pouf or Couture Veil

The pouf or couture veil is not for everyone. The veil is gathered at the top of the headpiece exploding out, creating a dramatic halo. This look can spice up any plain dress and incorporate a lot of the bride’s personality.

What is Your Veil Style? Couture Veil

Fashion-Forward Bride: Wrap Veil

The wrap veil is a fashion-forward look that marries the styles of vintage glam and modern. The wrap veil adds a unique twist to the traditional idea of veils.

What is Your Veil Style? Wrap Veil

Classic Bride: Fingertip Veil

Fingertip veils are the most popular because their design is universally flattering in length and shape. It elegantly extends down to the fingertips and was the style choice of Kate Middleton.

What is Your Veil Style? Fingertip Veils

Romantic Bride: Elbow Veil

Elbow length veils have a romantic shape that display a dainty personality. Manageable in length, elbow veils are most often used for daytime weddings.

What is Your Veil Style? Elbow Veil

Royal Brides: Cathedral Veil

A cathedral veil has a long train and typically extends 10-12 feet in length from head to toe. Credited for being dramatic in appearance and making a statement, the cathedral veil is reserved for the most formal weddings.

What is Your Veil Style? Cathedral Veils

Simplistic Bride: Blusher Veil

A blusher is a short, translucent veil worn over the face. It can either stand alone or be coupled with a longer veil creating a double-tier. However it’s worn, the blusher is a simple veil that carries significant meaning—historically it has been symbolic of warding off evil spirits and resembling purity.

What is Your Veil Style? Blusher Veil

Vintage Bride: Birdcage Veil

Birdcage veils date back to the post-war years of the 1940s. Commonly accessorized with flower or feather pins the birdcage veil covers the eyes, extends no longer than the chin and embodies classic vintage.

What is Your Veil Style? Birdcage Veils