Lovely ladies and followers of Nataya Couture dresses, today, we want to share our ideas for offbeat Halloween brides.
Whether you are a traditional bride or prefer to define yourself by extravagance, we have repeatedly been asked whether or not these romantic couture dresses go with a Halloween theme. Read on for some fun inspiration!
Every bride wants an unforgettable and unique wedding. If you plan your ceremony between October 28th and November 2nd, you can’t help but be swept up in the spirit of Halloween. So, we proudly present four ideas for brides who have chosen extravagantly couture themed weddings.
If you go with any of the following themes, Voodoo, Jazz, Louisiana, New Orleans, or a ferry with the Big Band style, we sincerely recommend the Venetian cream or Venetian White wedding dress by Inga Nataya Couture.
To tell the truth, Downton Abbey has become quite the wedding trend during the past two years. However, Lady Mary and her sisters’ style is increasingly popular for Halloween parties as well. For those who want to combine these two important days, we think you’ll enjoy this next lineup.
Of course, white is the classic wedding color. However, as long as we are in the Halloween mindset, we encourage you to consider alternative colors for your Edwardian era grand affair.
Vamp Style Bride
The vamp style bride image is ideal for brides with porcelain skin tones and black or blonde hair. Our Raphaela Dress will really pop next to your groom’s indigo-black tuxedo.
These Snow White-esque dresses are the perfect couture choice for any vamp style wedding.
Finally, the most popular among all couture brides, especially when it comes to All Saint’s and Halloween weddings, is steampunk. This unique combination of Victorian gothic and industrial style really pairs with just one dress represented in the Inga Nataya Couture collection, the white Dahlia Gown.
The unusual corset, the uneven extra punk bottom and neo-Victorian look of the dress are an ideal combo of steampunk and Halloween. Choose a bowler hat with a veil instead of the traditional floral veil. You can get away with a white or ivory bowler hat and still look steampunk, but we sincerely recommend wearing black shoes with white flowers or a black bowler hat with a white veil to make it truly steampunk!
We know that your marvelous Halloween wedding will be ravishing when accentuated with Inga Nataya bridal couture.