The long sleeve couture dresses

When we speak about wedding fashion, we are referring to couture dresses with long trains, uniquely wide bottoms and off-the-shoulder or bare shoulder tops.

Inga Nataya Bridal Couture Wear pushes the limits of the main trends by designing couture dresses not only in the regular bare shoulder style but also with the elegantly long sleeves.

Let’s check out some of these creative gowns!

Up first comes the Raphaela Dress. This model is offered in two colors: Raphaela Cream and Raphaela White. The cream colored variation is ideal for beach, medieval and fairy style weddings, whereas the ivory color is recommended mostly for lovers of elves as well as medieval inspired brides.

The long sleeve couture dresses

The long sleeve couture dresses

The unique sleeves of this dress combined with bare shoulders bring back memories of Da Vinci’s sketches of medieval ladies. It hardly looks steampunk but captures a progressive yet medieval look. If you are considering long sleeves for your boho, medieval or elves’ fairy tale style dress, your search ends here with the Raphaela Dress.

The dress is perfect for ladies with an hourglass or triangular body type.

The long sleeve couture dresses

The long sleeve couture dresses

Up next, we shift our focus to the Morning Gown. The dress is also available in two colors: beige/nude and ivory/white. We strongly recommend the white dress for younger brides, whereas the nude variation will look great on just about any age, even those 50 and over.

The long sleeve couture dresses

The long sleeve couture dresses

The model is the perfect choice for chapel ceremonies in chilly locations. It’s also a great option for winter, fall and early spring brides. Many of our customers prefer this dress for their winter weddings. If you are looking for an Edwardian inspired dress with long sleeves, you simply must have a glimpse at this dress.

The Morning Gown is superb for ladies whose body type is pear, hourglass, or rectangular.

The long sleeve couture dresses

The long sleeve couture dresses

We close today’s post with the unique Edwardian inspired dress called Sultry Elizabeth. The dress was perfectly made for all Downton Abbey, Victorian and boho style lovers. The sleeves are still considered long but are actually 2/3, leaving just enough room for wrist cuffs or wrist button bracelets, which are so popular among modern brides.

If you like the ivory accentuation of the style, stick with a minimalistic or very modest updo to let your skin color “soak” through the tulle embroidered sleeve.

The long sleeve couture dresses

The long sleeve couture dresses

The lavender model is ideal if you haven’t been able to work on your tan or if you are planning a garden wedding in Victorian or Edwardian style and would like your sleeves to accentuate your theme with their gorgeous embroidery.

The long sleeve couture dresses

The long sleeve couture dresses

The dress is great for all ladies with pear, rectangular, or hourglass shapes.

We hope you will find the perfect wedding dress with the right type of the sleeves fit for your body shape and trendy tastes. We know that you’ll turn heads on your big day!

All the best, lovers of couture!

The embroidery in couture dresses

Recently, we’ve been discussing our inspiration and stylish trends on our Facebook and Google + pages. And as always, we love hearing your feedback!

We have often been asked about our signature features. Our customers and potential customers want to know what sets us apart as such a unique line for brides-to-be.

Now, we would like to concentrate on one key feature that makes all the wedding dresses by Nataya and Inga Nataya Couture truly unique and memorable. Our signature style is marked by its lovely embroidery. Today’s post is for lovers of all things Victorian and Edwardian.

Even the mass marketed models by Nataya are decorated with Victorian and Edwardian inspired embroidery. So, let’s focus on the most uniquely embroidered models in the Couture Collection by Inga Nataya.

The embroidery in couture dresses

The embroidery in couture dresses

The bodice of the following dress is completely embroidered with Edwardian inspired flowers. The element of embroidery plays the role of body shaper. It doesn’t matter whether you are an XS or XL, these delicate flowers have a naturally slimming effect that is feminine and light.

In this particular dress, the gorgeous embroidery serves as ornamentation as well. Doesn’t this dress resemble an exquisite Venetian vase?

The embroidery in couture dresses

The embroidery in couture dresses

Up next are our Sultry Elizabeth Dresses in ivory and lavender. These seductively vintage dresses are inspired by Victorian and Edwardian era signature features.

The embroidery covers the entire dress, shaping your body in lovely form. The beautiful scalloping gives the neckline a truly noble appeal. The sleeves emanate Victorian virtue with a uniquely modern flair. From a distance, you can discern the boho trend of ladies, such as Jane Morris and others, who proclaim their freedom with seamless apparel.

The embroidery in couture dresses

The embroidery in couture dresses

The River Fairy Dress is such a versatile model for couture bridal wear. Pair it with Victorian booties and a wide brimmed hat. Style it as Edwardian with a Downton Abbey tiara. For fantasy inspired brides, it can easily pass as a fairy or elf style dress.

The secret of this dress is, without a doubt, the inimitable embroidery. The batwing style top is embroidered with unique Edwardian inspired floral elements, giving it a truly fairy-esque silhouette.

This is especially seen on the lilac dress. However, if you have a darker complexion, the embroidery on the ivory variation will look absolutely splendid.

The embroidery in couture dresses

The embroidery in couture dresses

All of the aforementioned dresses are embroidered with large, yet not massive flowers and floral ornaments. You will notice tiny embroidered elements on virtually every other dress in our couture collection.

The embroidery in couture dresses

The embroidery in couture dresses

We know that you will shine as a radiant bride in your embroidered gown by Inga Nataya Couture.

The couture dresses for the winter fairy tale themed weddings

Beloved readers, we want you to know how much we appreciate your feedback on Facebook. Your encouraging words help us to make changes and improvements that are beneficial all around. Recently, we noticed your comparisons of fairy tale princess gowns with those found in the Inga Nataya Couture line.

So once again, you have inspired us. Today’s post is geared at future brides who want to imitate the gorgeous look of a fairy tale princess. Whether it’s the holiday season or something magical in the air, winter has always been associated with fairy tales. Here are some tips for looking like a fairy princess in your Inga Nataya Couture wedding gown.

Elfin Fairy Tale

First of all, the cream Raphaela as well as the white Raphaela will go perfectly with any elfin inspired or medieval princess style ceremony or décor. The white dress is ideal for a winter wonderland or fairy tale themed wedding, as it comes out great amid the snowy white decorations or under an Aurora Borealis type illumination.

The couture dresses for the winter fairy tale themed weddings

The couture dresses for the winter fairy tale themed weddings

Have you ever seen the king or queen style wraps, which are also called mantles? They are found in rich, noble colors, such as dark purple or ruby shades. Pair one of these wraps with the white Raphaela gown.

The couture dresses for the winter fairy tale themed weddings

The couture dresses for the winter fairy tale themed weddings

The cream Raphaela looks amazing with silver or beige colored mantles or wraps. A wreath with elfin wings is the perfect accessory.

Steampunk Bride

If you are planning a steampunk themed wedding, you just need to find a bowler hat with a veil to capture the steampunk princess look. Choose either the Dahlia in White or Dahlia in cream. The Dahlia in cream and peach shades is highly recommend for ladies who prefer non-peach or non-ivory colors for shoes, bowler hats and veils. This dress pairs well with black, peach, silver, grey, or chocolate toned accessories. Have fun shopping with such a wide range of accessory options.

The couture dresses for the winter fairy tale themed weddings

The couture dresses for the winter fairy tale themed weddings

The couture dresses for the winter fairy tale themed weddings

The couture dresses for the winter fairy tale themed weddings

By the same token, if you are using all winter shades, such as ruby, silver, or icy blue, the white Dahlia dress is a must-have for your fairy tale wedding.

The Palace Princess

Do you remember the fairy tales of your childhood? They seemed to all be set in magnificent castles and palaces near the white sands in Europe, off the coast in Spain, or the countryside in Italy. Do these unique palaces inspire your wedding theme?

If you’re holding your wedding among white stones with a frosty, winter interior, then you should definitely go with either the Morning Gown in beige or white. Fans of shorter length dresses and offbeat brides should consider the Venetian Dress in white or cream.

The couture dresses for the winter fairy tale themed weddings

The couture dresses for the winter fairy tale themed weddings

These four dresses go with many types of accessories, including everything from Swarovski stones to flowers as well as simple bridal updos to ornate vintage combs.

The couture dresses for the winter fairy tale themed weddings

The couture dresses for the winter fairy tale themed weddings

The couture dresses for the winter fairy tale themed weddings

The couture dresses for the winter fairy tale themed weddings

The couture dresses for the winter fairy tale themed weddings

The couture dresses for the winter fairy tale themed weddings

Here are the 3 main trends that most of our brides chose for their fairy tale weddings. If you adore these trends, we hope you feel inspired by today’s article as you endeavor to turn your wedding day into a true fairy tale!

A happy winter fairy tale wedding to you!

A beautiful couture dress for the miraculous winter wedding

Our dear brides-to-be, in this posting we would like to share ideas for creating a glorious winter wedding. Our goal is to show how the couture wedding dress of your dreams might just be the perfect winter gown for you. There’s no need to wait for the warm summer months to get married in a gorgeous couture dress.

While the Inga Nataya Couture dresses are not made from typical winter materials, such as fur or wool, you’ll noticed that even in the coldest parts of Europe and Russia, brides are not seen in these materials. Yet, winter weddings are immensely popular. For our winter marrying brides, let’s learn from the ladies of the snowy lands!

Accessories

First of all, you need to choose your accessories wisely. Fur mantles, shawls, wraps, capes and stoles, whether authentic or faux, are timeless treasures. However, we earnestly recommend faux fur. First of all, as a matter of principle, we are against killing animals for their pelts. Secondly, the range of patterns and accessories is much wider when purchasing faux fur versus real fur.

The red, snow white, champagne, frosty blue and silver colors will always look superb with any white of Inga Nataya’s Couture dresses in ivory or white shades. Be sure to wear white or nude colored stockings.

For your winter hat, consider white or try silk flowers with a wavy hairstyle.

Shoes

Booties are definitely your best friends for warmth and comfort. For a bit of extra flair, try the style that appears to have laces with a layer of faux fur inside. Match your booties with your mantle, wrap, stole, shawl, or wedding dress.

Dresses

The best dress for a glorious winter wedding is snow white in color. It looks amazing during indoor photo shoots and will make your ornaments and accessories really pop!

We want to take the opportunity to remind you of our favorite couture gowns for your big day.

First of all, take a close look at the Morning Gown in white. Its many layers are an essential element in your winter wear.

A beautiful couture dress for the miraculous winter wedding

A beautiful couture dress for the miraculous winter wedding

The Dahlia dress in white is a unique choice that is elegantly seductive. Choose nude stockings, as the front of the dress reveals your legs.

A beautiful couture dress for the miraculous winter wedding

A beautiful couture dress for the miraculous winter wedding

Cast a lingering glance at the Sultry Elizabeth in white. It is perfectly paired with Princess Anastasia or Downton Abbey style hats. The Victorian and Edwardian style booties or boots go smashingly well with this dress as well.

A beautiful couture dress for the miraculous winter wedding

A beautiful couture dress for the miraculous winter wedding

Still haven’t found what you’re looking for? Don’t worry! The Inga Nataya Couture closet is full of other lovely white dresses. But many of these dresses aren’t as layered and are better suited for fall, spring or summer weddings. They are, however, a great option for indoor fairy tale weddings held during the cold winter months. But were saving these gorgeous gowns for our next posting, so stay tuned!

A glorious winter wedding to you!

The morning gown by Inga Nataya Couture

Hello, dear lovers of couture dresses and brides-to-be who are looking for the perfect gown. Today, we want to discuss one of the most romantic gowns for the Victorian or Edwardian style ceremony as well as those planning fairy or elf themed weddings.

The morning gown by Inga Nataya Couture

The morning gown by Inga Nataya Couture

This gown’s specialty is its long, elegant sleeves. It is well known that full-length sleeves are not too popular for couture wedding dresses, especially when it comes to the first marriage. However, the white/ivory variation is becoming increasingly popular among the first-time brides, and the beige variation has quickly become a beloved style of the second-time brides.

The morning gown by Inga Nataya Couture

The morning gown by Inga Nataya Couture

Another feature that deserves mention is the rose style embroidery. This ornate element is especially noticeable in the beige model.

The morning gown by Inga Nataya Couture

The morning gown by Inga Nataya Couture

The asymmetrical train is also worth pointing out. The bottom of the front of the gown differs significantly from the back and is perhaps the most noteworthy aspect of this dress, making it ideal for chapel, beach and garden weddings.

For ladies who wish to remain unveiled, we recommend the beige dress, especially for those marrying for the second time around.

The triangular style waist line that is seen on the back of the dress is another perfect trick for ladies who are not satisfied with their height. However, this dress will fit slender and tall ladies as well. It’s also great for ladies with larger hips.

The morning gown by Inga Nataya Couture

The morning gown by Inga Nataya Couture

We do not recommend this dress for ladies with triangular shaped bodies, as this model is best suited for those who possess small or medium shoulders, such as hourglass, pear and rectangular figures.

As for the rectangular type figures, this dress has two embroidered and disguised seams, designed to make you look more slender. This unique trick is critical for ladies who do not have a well-defined waist line.

The morning gown by Inga Nataya Couture

The morning gown by Inga Nataya Couture

Also, many boho inspired brides prefer this dress, as it does not contain a corset and is virtually seamless, perfect for expressing the freedom of the boho wedding trend. Our boho brides who select this dress have been seen with lovely hairdos of boho style braids with vivid flowers and soft, wavy curls.

We hope you find exactly what you are looking for and wish you an exquisitely happy couture wedding!