September 10, 2013
After yesterday’s gorgeous bridal inspiration shoot featuring those Beatrice Couture Designs accessories and pastel pink wedding dresses from Lazaro, I have yet more pretty bridal inspiration for you today (can you ever get too much pretty?)
Chic Vintage Brides favourite Paperswan Bride has been spoiling Wellington brides-to-be with their gorgeous collection of designer wedding dresses since opening its doors earlier this year. Located in leafy Kelburn village the chic bridal boutique provides the perfect private space for you to find your dream wedding dress and with an ever changing collection of gowns they always have something new and gorgeous to see. Today I am pleased and excited to be able to share with you the latest label to arrive in store – Blush by JLM Couture!
Blush is a collection that exemplifies elegance and glamour. Designed by Hayley Paige, from the US Bridal house JLM Couture the Blush collection produces a European sensibility, with a soft romantic touch. Fresh, lively, and confident, Hayley Paige creates gowns that embrace sweet femininity with an alluring hint of edginess. “I am drawn to the unambiguous glamour that results from combining cotton lace with botanically inspired fabric manipulations.” These , flirty feminine silhouettes create a quietly glamorous look and the contrast of textured appliquéd lace and flutters of sheer fabric, evoke a feeling of whimsical refinement sure to make any bride to be (and more importantly groom!) swoon…..
The lovely owner of Paperswan Bride Jennifer said ‘I instantly knew these dreamy dresses would be a big hit with NZ brides. They are the perfect combination of modern and vintage using soft tulles, English net and lace’.
You can view the BLUSH collection at http://www.paperswanbride.co.nz - and get a glimpse of Jennifer’s chic and welcoming boutique! Just in case those gorgeous gowns aren’t enough to tempt you to take a closer look here’s a sneak peek……
A big thanks to Jennifer for sharing the exciting news of the arrival of Blush! I am finding it hard to choose between the bohemian beauty of Willow and the sultry curve-hugging May, how about you?