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See Marchesa's First Wedding Dresses for BHLDN

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Marchesa, bridal brand go-to for celebrities and those with wedding dress budgets of $20,000 and up, just designed a five-piece Marchesa Notte capsule collection for BHLDN. It's online now, with dresses featuring the brand's signature delicate beading and floral embroidery, all ranging from $1,500 to $2,200.

This is the first time Marchesa's ever partnered with a bridal retailer to sell its Marchesa Notte gowns at this price point, according to a BHLDN spokesperson.

"Working with BHLDN was exciting because, like Marchesa, their goal is to make women feel like the most beautiful version of themselves for such an important day," Marchesa designer Keren Craig said in a press release. "We are looking forward to even more brides discovering the beauty of Marchesa through this exciting collaboration."

See the five Marchesa gowns in the gallery above, and click here to see the full BHLDN Spring 2016 collection. It features over 30 new gowns, including convertible options and bridal separates like this sequin crop top number. The new styles also don't shy away from color, incorporating shades like blush, nude, rose gold, champagne, and even pink and grey ombre.