Bummer: That Preserve Video Didn't Actually Show Off Blake Lively's Wedding Dress

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Blake Lively's brand-new lifestyle website, Preserve, just launched last week along with a ton of buzz. One huge reason? The abstract promo video of life across America featured a very, very quick snippet of what looked like Blake smiling and dancing in a sparkling white gown that's extremely similar to the description of her custom-Marchesa dress we've often heard about but have never seen.

Unfortunately, Us Weekly confirmed that the shimmering gown isn't the Gossip Girl star's wedding dress. In fact, it's not even Blake!

"The video that Blake put up is not of Blake and that's not her wedding dress," Lively's rep told Us. "It is a beautiful dress though!"

See more: You'll Never Believe What Happened to Blake Lively's Wedding Dress

While the clip isn't what we thought it was, Blake has opened up on her website. "Sitting down to write this editor's letter has been the hardest thing I've done yet on my Preserve journey," Lively wrote in her introduction to the site. "I'm more intimidated than I should probably admit. I'm no editor, no artisan, no expert. And certainly no arbiter of what you should buy, wear, or eat."

She also recently revealed some super-sweet tidbits about hubby of two years Ryan Reynolds in Vogue's 73 Questions series including how Reynolds put together a heart-warming video of all of the people that have impacted her life as a birthday gift. He's also done cheeky things like rename their kitchen as the "Blakery" for how often she bakes, and that the best surprise she's ever orchestrated was collecting "stories written by loves ones" for Reynolds once.

Hopefully one day we'll be able to see her actual wedding dress. Until then, we look forward to reading even more adorable tidbits about their marriage!

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