Ines Di Santo Spring 2021 Collection Comes to Lovella! Ines Di Santo’s new Spring 2021 Collection is so infatuating, it features a variety of lace, satin, beautiful embellishments, and killer silhouettes! This beautiful collection will be debuting in-store at Lovella July 17-19, 2020! During Trunk Show weekend events the wedding gown designer or their representative brings their entire collection (yes, in trunks!) and provides our Lovella Brides with their own personal consultations. The benefit of you attending a trunk show is that you’ll have the opportunity to pre-shop a larger selection of gowns not yet available in-stores. Please call 818.246.4637 to book an appointment. By appointment only!
Amanda, In Ines Di Santo Marries Vince Featured in Inside Weddings, our Lovella Bride, Amanda, looked so effortlessly beautiful in “Brynn” by Ines Di Santo! The Orange County couple commenced the big day with an alfresco ceremony at the Pelican Hill Resort, a gorgeous view of the natural coastal backdrop at the end of an aisle runner perfectly lined with white petals customized by Flowers by Cina. The couple said, “Our vision for the wedding was to create a romantic and glamorous atmosphere,” and they definitely accomplished that. We’re wishing this beautiful couple a lifetime of endless love and happiness! It was an honor to be part of such a special day! CREDITS: Venue: @PelicanHillResort @PelicanHillWeddings Florals: @FlowersByCina Designer: @InesDiSanto Featured on: @InsideWeddings
Wedding Gown Advice: What Color Wedding Dress Should I Choose? Tips from Nayri, Wedding Fashion Expert Some words on gown color from Nayri, “Traditionally bridal gowns are of course supposed to be white, ironically most dresses featured in-store and seen on the runway aren’t always white. Designers love to design with a hint of color such as using colors like lilac, blush, pink, and even at times with a hint of blue. Designers call the color of a dress a million different things. We have dresses that are called vanilla, champagne, cameo pink, oyster, off-white, snow-white, and much more.” These different names technically do not mean the color of the dress, these names represent a fabric that the designer features. She recommends not getting hung up on what the color is called, but to instead look at what the color looks like on your skin, in pictures, and different lighting. […]
Wedding Gown Advice: Preservation! Why make an effort to carefully and correctly preserve your wedding dress? Wedding gowns are a big investment and one of the most important pieces of clothing you will ever wear, even if it’s only worn once! Preserving your wedding gown makes your special day last forever. We recommend reaching out to a Wedding Gown Specialist near you! You can also listen to the full detailed podcast that his blog was written off of, here, for more information on cleaning and preservation. Bits and pieces from Nayri, Wedding Fashion Expert’s Nayri Unveiled Podcast series, Episode 31 featuring Sasha Albitt of Albitt’s Fine Cleaners and Launderers: Getting your wedding dress ready for preservation is a tricky task when done correctly. Cleaning a wedding gown is not like cleaning any other garment. Designers are not creating dresses for their cleanability, they’re creating dresses to make the bride look and feel […]
Nayri Unveiled: BERTA Headquarters & Tour in Israel! Our very own, Nayri, Wedding Fashion Expert, got the once in a lifetime opportunity to travel all the way to Israel to tour the BERTA Headquarters and interview Nir! BERTA Headquarters not only houses all of their offices and administration department, but the production, design, showroom, and shipping and packaging all take place there as well. In addition to the production and distribution part of the company, it also serves as a bridal store for all of the brides in Israel. How fascinating is it that BERTA’s entire company operates seamlessly under one roof?! During Nayri’s interview with Nir, she mentions how Berta begins her design process, and it is so intriguing! Berta’s design process actually begins with the fabric, she then drapes over mannequins which sparks her inspiration for sketches and patterns that eventually make it into the remarkably beautiful gowns […]