10 Blush Wedding Dresses You Can Buy Now

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Think blush is just for bridesmaids? Think again! The 2016 bridal runways were swimming with blush gowns, and for good reason — a dusty rose is so romantic, not to mention flattering for every skin tone. Even celebrities like Jessica Biel, Reese Witherspoon and Kaley Cuoco have gotten in on the blush wedding gown fun. Want to test the waters with the trend for your wedding day but unsure where to start? Come shopping for blush wedding dresses with us as we comb the internet for our 10 favorites you can buy today! Just don't forget to top it all off with some rose gold jewelry.


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Want to float in like a cloud on your wedding day? How about a perfect cloud that sits atop one of those glowing rose-colored sunsets? Yeah, this Hayley Paige two-in-one dress is for you. The ombre tulle overlay comes off to reveal a sleek lace column gown, but it's so gorgeous you might just hold on to it all night long. Bella Gown, $2,100, Blush by Hayley Paige available at BHLDN


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They'll never know this gorgeous classic gown is actually a two-piece! Pair a lace corset with a full skirt in dualing tones of blush to make a ladylike statement at a more formal reception. The grosgrain ribbon at the waist add just the right amount of ballerina style. Carina Corset, $930, Ahsan Skirt, $1,860, BHLDN


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Speaking of ballerina — it doesn't get more Audrey Hepburn (who also wore pink to one of her weddings, btw) than this tea length dress from Monique Lhuillier. Sloane Strapless Tea Length Dress, $4,990, Monique Lhuillier available at Shopbop


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It's no secret we're loving Self-Portrait around here lately, and the brand's Azaelea dress is the perfect embodiment of its modern day garden party aesthetic. This not only works perfectly for a low key garden wedding, but is the beyond perfect rehearsal dinner dress. "Azaelea" Floral Crochet Lace Dress, $411, Self-Portrait available at ASOS

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Sleek and statuesque, this modern minimalist gown from Badgley Mischka is the perfect choice for a bride looking to keep things simple, but have a little fun with color. The square neckline and low cut back will ensure you're up to date on all the trends. Open Back Gown, $695, Badgley Mischka Collection available at Shopbop


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We've said it before and we'll say it again: high low wedding dresses are one of our new favorite silhouettes, especially after Whitney Port's totally unique bridal moment. Subtly check off two trends at once in this whisper pink Oleg Cassini high low gown. High Low Colored Lace Wedding Dress, $799.99, Oleg Cassini available at David's Bridal


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OMG! Imagine the breathtaking sight of you walking down the aisle in this rose gold sequined gown. We're already in awe of this stunning and unique look. Sierra Modern Chiffon Rose Gold Sequined Dress, $1,633.48, Truvelle available at Etsy


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Looking for a way to spice up your bohemian wedding? An off-the-shoulder 70s look screams Bianca Jagger at Studio 54 — you know, minus the horse. Ruffle and Tiered Off Shoulder Maxi Dress, $102, ASOS


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If the word glamorous is at the top of your wedding style list, look no further than this long sleeved and beaded Needle & Thread dress. With a touch of vintage flair, this is the ideal dress for a modern winter wedding. Adona Dress, $570, Needle & Thread available at BHLDN


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How about a Spanish-inspired ruffled mini dress for your reception? All the better to dance in! Ruffle Mini Shift Dress, $51, ASOS

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