Blush—A Guide to being a Bridesmaid

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   I recently spoke with Carolyn from Loverly about my thoughts on wedding fashion. Obviously I’ve never been married, I’m only eighteen, but I do admit to watching too many reruns of Say Yes to the Dress and Four Weddings!
So while researching today I noticed that their color crush is currently light pink, which was also the Eyes Lips and Face color crush, and has always been my own.

I decided to make a Bridesmaid Beauty Guide for all of you planning, or attending, a wedding based on the color Blush.

The dress I chose is from David’s Bridal, but can’t be found there anymore.

(My date and I)


Since this dress can’t be found anymore, I typed a few key words into Google and found some alternatives for you guys!

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I call this color Blush, but stores such as David’s Bridal call it “Tickled”, so make sure you see the dress beforehand if you plan on buying offline!

Blush works in every season. This color is light and airy, and allows you to wear natural makeup or experiment a little. It looks great in every season as well, which means you can

A) Wear it during any season

B) Wear it for multiple occasions, which is a good reason to dish out the money. 


   Blush nails are my absolute favorite because they’re both natural looking and easy to experiment with! I love these flowers and sparkles with the light pink color. I paired blush nails with a white flower for my dress. This color is very elegant and doesn’t draw too much attention, which allows you to pull the attention to your makeup and dress.

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   Blush makeup is so close to a natural look that you can really do whatever you want, as long as it’s either pink or natural. Like these! You can find a lot of tutorials online for makeup like this, it’s a cute and easy look.

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Floral is in, and will be in for a very long time. It’s gorgeous, simple, and natural. The color Blush ties easily into the floral patterns because it’s so light. So if the bride is a floral fanatic like I am…..


I suggest you get in on the Blush trend!

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