We Love This Former The Knot Editor’s Stunning Gown — See It Here!

by Shelley Brown

As a former Real Weddings editor at The Knot, it's no surprise Jaimie had a vision of the perfect dress for her non-traditional ballroom wedding in Hudson Valley. At her first salon appointment, an ethereal Hayley Paige gown immediately caught her eye, and the rest is history!

Jaimie was instantly smitten with her gown's stunning details like an embellished bodice and open back. “It was magical," she says. We couldn't agree more—we're obsessed with this whimsical dress, and we think Jaimie nailed her look.

Read more about her gorgeous wedding style below!


Lime Green Photography

Her Cool Aesthetic

Jaimie's quest for the perfect dress was was impressively short and sweet. She knew exactly how to define her look and the kind of gown she was looking for. “I wanted to be a fun, romantic bride," she says. “I knew I wanted a fitted bodice, a flowy skirt and embellished cap sleeves."

Her Simple Accessories

Since Jaimie's dress supplied plenty of beautiful drama, she kept her jewelry low-key. “I wore the simple necklace that I wear practically every day, it's by Dana Rebecca and has a rose gold chain." she says. “The Kate Spade earrings I found had an art deco feel that ended up perfectly matching the dress."

Showing Off Her Open Back

Jaimie wore her naturally curly hair in a tousled side 'do to showcase her elaborate open back. “I really wanted my hair off my neck," she says. “My curly hair was pinned up into the side pony—does that have a name?"

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