isn’t it always gift card season?
isn’t it always gift card season?
Gowns from Theia Bridal arriving this week. First time this Montreal collection has made it to Victoria – we are so proud to have made it official at Blush Bridal Boutique!
New collections are slowly arriving, and we are in LOVE with this soft beauty, Texada, by Essence of Australia.
Japanese designer Tadashi Shoji is bringing his extremely cool collection to our boutique! These edgy romantic dresses will begin to arrive at Blush by the end of the summer. Stay tuned for his latest bridal rompers, too.
Amsale is coming to Blush! This coveted New York Bridal line is only available at a few limited places in our entire country, and WE ARE NOW ONE OF THEM!! The Nouvelle by Amsale gowns will begin to arrive in June. Modern & simple high design. Eeeeeesh can’t even.
We’ve just revamped our whole Pinterest with beauty things. Follow us to get all your bridal inspo on fashion, hair, venue, food, shoes, and les accessoires!
March eighth until March twelfth
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photography by http://www.sarah-nickerson.com
Some absolutely STUNNING photos from a recent photoshoot at Forbidden City in downtown Victoria.
Photos are an essential part of your big day. These are some of the moments you’ll cherish for a lifetime, so it is important that you capture these moments. One of the biggest regrets brides have is not getting some of the photos that they wanted, and it’s very difficult to recreate them. Make a list of shots that you’d like your photographer to take, so that you are not worried on your day. Some might include photos with certain family members, a first look, photos with your bridesmaids, the first dance, photos of when you first walk down the aisle. Get some self portraits too, the idea is to remember how beautiful you felt on that day!
Check out our instagram for more collabs and wedding inspo: @blushvictoria
Photography by Brenna Louise
Florals were designed by talented Alicia of Alicia’s florals:
Dress supplied by Blush Bridal Boutique in Victoria, BC:
Headpieces + Veil supplied and designed by Olivia the Wolf:
Located in the Maynard Court Heritage Building at 733 Johnson Street, Blush is a locally owned and operated boutique filled with the loveliest choices for bridal, bridesmaids, graduation and formal wear by designers from Barcelona, Canada, Australia and more. We’ve been in business for over 10 years doing what we love best!
When I first started Blush in 2008, it was because there was so much potential for growth…at the time, bridal fashions weren’t particularly pretty. I made my own dress that year because I wanted something soft in pale pink silk, rather than the heavily structured white satin ball gowns that were everywhere. I’ve always, always, worked with women’s clothing, dresses especially. And it goes without saying that a small boutique is the right atmosphere for shopping for a wedding dress, which is a very fun, intimate and emotional kind of experience. Everything fell into place at the right time and I bought this business the night before my own wedding! -Mary Logan (Owner)
We believe shopping for your dress should be an exciting, memorable experience. Our staff will help you the whole way through, from trying on styles, to helping you choose your perfect dress and accessories, ensuring a perfect fit. Our job is making sure your experience and your dress are everything you’ve dreamed of, and more!
Love Me Do Bridal Consignment
In 2016 Blush made the decision to expand their business model to include consignment options. In that moment Love Me Do Bridal Consignment was born. Love Me Do caters to brides of all budgets and offers a sustainable option.
Brides can expect to find an excellent selection of high quality gowns for a fraction of the original price at Love Me Do! There are many Blush originals (as well as dresses from the White Peony, Shades of White, and other shops in Vancouver) that have been dry-cleaned and are for sale 30-80% off what they cost new. And of course they’ve only been worn once! It makes the purchase of a one-time only garment more sustainable, so who could argue that? – Mary Logan (Owner)