On TLC programs like Say Yes to the Dress and in her own self-titled spin-off, Hayley Ever After, Hayley Paige dresses brides on their special day. The bridal designer is most known for making the one-of-a-kind wedding gown worn by Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe. She got a head start in fashion by working as an intern at Elle magazine for Nina Garcia while she was at Cornell University.
On the day before their third wedding anniversary, Paige took to social media to announced that she and her husband are divorcing.
Hayley Paige continues to be strong and keep a positive view on love and life. She won’t stop making the most special dress for every woman’s dream wedding.
Inside Hayley Paige And Danny Wallis Divorce
Danny Wallis, an insurance broker, was in a marriage relationship with the stylish wedding planner. Her wedding had been a fairytale wedding. During her wedding weekend, the designer wore five amazing dresses that she had made herself.
After dating for three months, the couple got married on July 11, 2015, at Lake Tahoe’s Saint Francis Church of Assisi.
But their beautiful fairy tale came to an end soon after. The designer and her husband Wallis announced their divorce on July 11, 2018, in an Instagram post that has since been deleted.
The problems she and her husband Wallis may led to the end of their marriage.
The real reason for this decision hasn’t been made public yet, but Gutman made sure to say that even though her marriage was ending, she still believed in love, marriage, and real-life fairytales.
Hayley Paige Got Engaged To Conrad Louis
The TLC star got engaged to her current fiancé, fitness trainer and model Conrad Louis, after her first marriage ended in divorce. Her fiance surprised her with their engagement. They’ve talked a lot about it on their podcast, All that Glitters. On the designer’s YouTube channel, there is also a video of Louis in which he vlogs about his plans for the day.
The couple came forward to talk about all the things Louis had to do to make sure their engagement was as beautiful as he had hoped.
On December 15, 2020, Gutman posted a video of herself and her future husband while they were making one of their podcasts. In the video, they talked about the trouble Louis had to go through to pull off the surprise proposal.
In the video, the TLC star’s fiance said that he had been making plans for their July wedding since the end of January 2019. He asked her to marry him with a ring that he designed and made together with Hearts on Fire, the jewelry company Gutman worked for.
In the YouTube video, Louis said that that everything was a surprise for his beautiful future wife, who is a designer. At the beginning of the video, the couple is seen in St. John, Virginia, in the fancy home of a friend.