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I ordered it on Sept. 24, and it came in a few weeks ago. I can't wait to wear it!

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I orderd mine Nov 5th. I am excited to have it come in, but I am happy to have more time to drop a size ;)

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Hello ladies!

 

I think i am ready to say yes to the dress...

 

Mikaella 1508 in Natural. I am debating ordering natural or white. Does anyone have any suggestions. Or any pics of a Mikaella in white?

 

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My paloma blanca is natural. It looks really white on me. I love the color. White may be too stark?

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Hi Ladies,

 

I am a Paloma Blanca Bride too!  Love love love my dress.  #4115 in Natural.  I ordered in January.  Cannot wait until it comes in!

 

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Originally Posted by elissae View Post

 

Hi Ladies,

 

I am a Paloma Blanca Bride too!  Love love love my dress.  #4115 in Natural.  I ordered in January.  Cannot wait until it comes in!

 

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Congrats Elissae, Your dress is gorgeous!!!

 

Any other Paloma Blanca Brides out there?? Post your pics!

 

We personally loved Roxy's Paloma Blanca Gown:

 

 

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Roxy + Ali got married after 5 great years together at the former Cancun Palace (now Hard Rock Cancun). You can view their entire Wedding Story here for more inspiration: http://delsolphotography.com/blog/content/galleries/?gal=737

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Hi everyone!! I am starting to look for dresses and really like a Paloma Blanca 4115. Has anyone worn this? Does anyone have any pictures? Here is my concern.... I want something really unique and young and fun- is this it? I had never thought about lace before so I am thrown off.... Any comments are greatly appreciated! 

 

Thanks! 

Debbie

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I'm a Paloma Blanca bride too :) I've chosen the 4115 and Im absolutely in love with it. It's comfortable, unique and just perfect! I'm getting married in 4 weeks and can't wait to wear it. Until then I'll have to share a picture of it at my dress fitting. I've added a bridal belt to it to define my waist a little more.

Hope this helps anyone considering choosing this dress. It really is beautiful!

Claire x

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