The Tea Length Wedding Dress

The Tea Length Wedding Dress

The bride steps onto the platform with ease. The gentle turn of her head, the soft flow of her tea length wedding dress leads to a curved and sweet turn of her ankle. If you want a wedding dress that allows for grace and movement with a formal length, tea length is a great choice. While there are many floor-length bridal gowns, there’s something fun and whimsical about a tea length that keeps us coming back for more. Check out some of our favorites here.

The Venetian has an asymmetrical hem that gives new life to a tea length wedding dress. With vintage embroidery and drop sleeves, you will have formality and comfort with a decided vintage allure. This dress is a prime example of fine lace and Victorian elements made into a modern fit for the bohemian bride.

The Tea Length Wedding Dress

The Tea Length Wedding Dress

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A Unique Plus Size Wedding Dress Everyone Can Love

One thing we’ve seen in wedding fashion is a huge shift in fashion for ladies with curves. While the stock wedding dress used to come in one style and a fairly wide array of sizes, the traditional size was always easy to find. AND the style was not fitted to girls who wanted to accent their curves and style in a proper and classic way. Say no more. A unique plus size wedding dress that everyone can love and dream about is here.

If you’re anything like us, you’d like proof. We’ve compiled a top list of what you ladies look for most often in a plus size bridal gown, with a saucy little vintage twist. Enjoy!

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The Antique Lace Wedding Dress

A bride in an antique lace wedding dress carries defined style elements. Look like you’re wearing something from your great-grandmother’s Victorian closet. Or pull something brilliant with detailed lace sleeves and Edwardian style. The modern bride is anything but. Many brides these days are taking their weddings vintage. Take some hints from the antique experts at the Wardrobeshop and enjoy vintage couture.

Sleeve Overlay

Wedding dresses with sleeves are making a comeback. While the strapless bridal gown is still a bride’s go-to, complimenting an antique lace wedding dress is simple. Look for detailed sleeves and neckline that will add allure while giving your gown a vintage flair.

Sleeve Overlay

Sleeve Overlay

Sleeve Overlay

Sleeve Overlay

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The Unique Wedding Dress: Vintage Style

The Unique Wedding Dress: Vintage Style

A unique wedding dress will take a bride from normal to iconic in the blink of an eye. The romantic and beloved style of a vintage wedding dress should fit. A bride in this style can blend her wedding dress to the theme of the wedding, swaying gracefully down the aisle in the flowing and delicious dress of her own. Take the DIY contemporary wedding to its height with these lovely unique wedding dress suggestions.

We love a good beige wedding dress. A truly unique wedding dress may have elements of ivory and white mixed with beige. This incredibly popular second and nontraditional bride choice has been a favorite of ours for some time. Make it pop with some unique popping jewelry or classic with a traditional crystal or gold accessory. With the length at the right length for dancing, you know you’re free to express in this one.

The Unique Wedding Dress: Vintage Style

The Unique Wedding Dress: Vintage Style

The Pantone color of the year is a beautiful orchid, reminiscent of amethyst. In love with all things purple, we give you our favorite amethyst gown. A unique wedding dress in this category gives a completely different feel than any traditional white. Once again, a choice for second weddings and the alternative bohemian bride, you’ll love this vintage style with all your little heart.

The Unique Wedding Dress: Vintage Style

The Unique Wedding Dress: Vintage Style

Comfort may not be at the forefront of every bride’s mind. For those that do want the stylish unique wedding dress with movement, look no further than a Victorian hybrid such as this Inga Nataya. This vintage beauty is made with Victorian elements but without the corset. In a world where structured wedding dresses rule supreme, the alternative chic bride will choose something practical with all the glorious lace and layers to add.

The Unique Wedding Dress: Vintage Style

The Unique Wedding Dress: Vintage Style

Once again, we bring you a lilac purple. Pastel tones in pink, yellow, and lavender are popping up in bridal boutiques worldwide. When you’re looking for the ultimate beach wedding style, search for elements that add grace, such as layered skirts. Added embroidery, beading, or rouching also helps keep the dress formal for a wedding albeit informal. Last, whether you’re barefoot or sheathed in the latest Louboutin, this dress will show your style at just the right length.

The Unique Wedding Dress: Vintage Style

The Unique Wedding Dress: Vintage Style

In finality, we give you the unadulterated and incredibly sweet Siren gown. This little unique wedding gown is made with 1920s and modern styles combined. Made in a fine and fancy beige that will catch any eye, this nontraditional wedding dress tops the list. Another one of the comfortable and formal dresses, a bridal dress in this style applies coverage and regal appeal to the affair.

The Unique Wedding Dress: Vintage Style

The Unique Wedding Dress: Vintage Style

While some wedding dresses must be full of flounce and structure, may brides today are looking for something different. Take a unique wedding dress in a vintage direction while looking for elements that truly make it romantic and inspired.

Vintage Wedding Themes for the Modern Bride

Vintage Wedding Themes for the Modern Bride

A bride in vintage is glowing with effortless, classic style. She walks, glides, slides, down the aisle with a traditional lace and embroidered dress that looks plucked from her great-grandmother’s wardrobe. Creamy, comfortable, timeless, a bride can find her inner love of antique styles. You know you love vintage.The design cannot be compared. Once you have decided you want a vintage wedding, consider the type of vintage wedding themes you may gravitate toward. Although numerous, we give you just four of our favorite vintage wedding themes for you–the modern bride.

The Victorian Wedding: The Victorian era was a superb mix of delicate embroidery, proper hemlines and necklines and an exuded calm and class that is unparalleled in society today. To fully encompass this lovely milieu of Victorian style, search for dresses like the Sultry Elizabeth. Designed with modern cut and fit and blended with embroidered sheer elements, lace layered skirt, and high-neck class, tea will go along swimmingly with this vintage wedding theme.

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Best Destination Weddings for the Vintage Bride

Best Destination Weddings for the Vintage Bride

With the crashing of waves in the background, the bride and groom, together with their closest families, celebrate their union. The scent of cold saltwater sprays through the air. The ribbons on the wedding trellis flutter like flags. The bride is wearing a colonial-inspired vintage lace which sends visions of Wuthering Heights. There is nothing more romantic than a destination wedding. The location, bathed in its own essence and appeal, is unabashedly true to the romantic nature of the bride and groom. Whether a hot beach is calling or a cool melancholy cliff, our vintage couture bridal gowns are an ideal fit for the unconventional and ever-romantic destination wedding. Here are some of the best destination weddings for this year and a splendid Inga Nataya dress to match.

Hawaiian Tropics: If you haven’t been to Hawaii, your wedding would be the perfect opportunity. Bathed in the blue of the ocean, walking along the white sand beaches, and enjoying the local culture has never been so blissful. One of the most popular vacation spots, it also tops the list of best destination weddings. For a comfortable and beach-blown bride, the Venetian White will more than suffice. Complete with three different blends of embroidery and topped with off-shoulder sleeves, this dress would fit the mold for that barefoot bride.

Best Destination Weddings for the Vintage Bride

Best Destination Weddings for the Vintage Bride

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Making a Vintage Wedding Flirty and Fun

Making a Vintage Wedding Flirty and Fun

Meet the modern vintage bride. The dress is covered in delicate embroidery, flowing in creamy folds of lace and sheer chiffon. Maybe she’s bareheaded, maybe she’s barefooted, but she is flirty, fun, practical and spontaneous. With hundreds and thousands of new quirky ideas popping up on Pinterest, today’s brides are going cute, unique, or quirky with just a few distinct choices. Inga Nataya wedding dresses are the perfect fit for those ever-popular off-the-beaten-path weddings we love so dearly. Here are some of the most popular fun-filled wedding themes and their vintage couture dresses to match.

Vintage Carnival Wedding: Popcorn and cotton candy. Red stripes and bright lights. The carnival vintage wedding is one filled with fun and exciting aspects. You can choose a striped tent and hire a juggler. You can have clowns making balloons for your guests. Grab an accordion and make your day a romping night to remember. For a perfect flirty vintage wedding dress, choose a light and airy gown such as the Raphaela Cream to free your ankles and leave plenty of room to bob for some apples.

Making a Vintage Wedding Flirty and Fun

Making a Vintage Wedding Flirty and Fun

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Orchid-inspired Wedding Dresses

Orchid-inspired Wedding Dresses

The lightest of hues can change a mood with just a glance. Dressing head-to-toe in a romantic, glamorous pastel shade has never been so effortless. Sheer, flowing overlay and romantic embroidery ensures the bride is as fresh as a fairy. For any bride, the dress becomes a chance to explore, to make a statement, to be spontaneous and exciting. Lilac has an uncanny way of being feminine without an overstatement. It’s perfect for a second wedding, an elopement or an off-the-beaten path bride. With Pantone’s 2014 color of the year named “Radiant Orchid,” there has never been a better time to wear this light and lovely shade of an absolute favorite. Here’s what Inga Nataya Couture has designed with orchid-inspired wedding dresses in mind.
The brightest of our orchid-inspired wedding dresses, the River Fairy in Lilac has a dreamy, romantic feel. This chiffon shell is garnished with delicate layers of rouching. An Elizabethan-inspired design is embroidered for an additional vintage feel. Scattered with pearls and embroidery along the neckline, this dramatic, river-shimmer masterpiece is a splendid fit for your unique wedding.

Orchid-inspired Wedding Dresses

Orchid-inspired Wedding Dresses

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Off-White Wedding Dresses

Ivory. Peach. Pink. Non-traditionally-colored wedding dresses are popping up everywhere, from celebrities to the vintage-couture. Off-white wedding dresses are the perfect way to imply the stance and purity of a pristine white while adding the texture and ambiance with a lustrous tint. Here are some of our best in off-color vintage couture.

The Venetian Cream

Glorious in lace, the Venetian Cream is the cream of the crop when it comes to off-white wedding dresses. With a shrugged sleeve and a shoulder reinforcement, you will be seductive and comfortable for your special day. Reams of softly-embroidered lace and sheer chiffon cover the skirt for a dreamy, flowing movement. A drop waist will lengthen your torso and give any body type that lean look. With an embroidered bust and a slightly graduated ankle-length hem, you will be ready for anything. The dress comes equipped with corset styling, a flare silhouette and a combination of cream and ivory for the happy medium between the two hues:

Off-White Wedding Dresses

Off-White Wedding Dresses

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The newly arrived dress. The Siren

The newly arrived Siren Dress is a unique and special style by Inga Nataya. This style is superb for all of you Downton Abbey inspired ladies. This new style by Inga Nataya Bridal Couture conjures up images of Lady Edith’s wedding dress except that it is not made of silk. The silhouette and style of the Siren dress are inspired by the 1910s to 1920’s classics of post-World War 1 British and American aristocracy. But unlike the aristocracy, any lady can afford this wedding dress for the biggest day of her life!

The newly arrived dress. The Siren

The newly arrived dress. The Siren

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