Enchantment – noun – The state of being under a spell. “This is the feeling that I wanted to convey when you look at my latest collection,” says world-renowned bridal designer, Ines Di Santo, describing her Spring 2021 couture collection. “I wanted to take your eye on a journey of fantasy and beauty. I have draped silhouettes to give them new lightness and drama. I have worked with fabrications that are ethereal that float like mist in the air. All of my hand embellishments seem to blossom organically on each design. I hope you find these gowns as enchanting as I do.”

With virtual fashion presentations commencing today for New York Bridal Fashion Week (including the debut of Ines Di Santo’s Fall 2021 “Wrapped In Love” collection), this lineup of couture bridal gowns is the perfect teaser for what lies ahead for 2021 brides. The mere concept of enchantment is timeless and transitional, allowing brides to experience that “fairytale wedding moment” no matter where they tie the knot, or how many guests are in attendance.

Romantic lace and delicate embroidery take center stage in several gowns from the Spring 2021 couture collection, with silhouettes ranging from figure-skimming column dresses to strappy ballgowns. The Lunaria gown (pictured above, right) is simply exquisite, and a micro bridal bag adds the daintiest finishing touch.

The Forget-Me-Not gown (pictured above) is a modern day princess bride’s dream. Hand embroidery and an illusion bodice showcases delicate details, making this couture creation an ideal fit for luxury garden weddings – from a romantic ceremony next to Hotel Bel-Air’s Swan Lake, to a sprawling lawn reception at Blenheim Palace in England.

Finally, for brides who want minimal details with maximum impact, the Quice gown is an absolute showstopper from the Ines Di Santo Spring 2021 couture collection. A plunging neckline, fitted bodice, and a leggy slit are a beautiful interpretation of a classic bridal look. Alternatively, the sleek Nepeta gown screams “Glamazon,” with its high neckline, curve-skimming fabric, and side knot detail.

Click here to browse more gowns: Ines Di Santo Spring 2021 Couture Collection