This label is characterised by its made-to-measure dresses. This differentiating factor and exclusive service makes each Virginia Vald bridal gown a unique and exquisite piece of haute couture.

Virginia Vald customers can select and combine different pieces, details or styles from a range of dresses to create their own bridal gown, with which they feel truly identified and which grows with the detail and luxury they want.

Designed for the bride who wants to feel like a model on the cover of a top fashion magazine, adding a ground-breaking touch with her selected accessories that let her transform her look over the course of the most important day and night of her life.

The bridal collection 2019 is inspired by Paris in the 1950s: evocative and baroque through the use of colour. Champagne, dull gold, vanilla, iridescent silver and pale rose, powder tones and green aqua define the organzas and silks.


With regard to the design, keyhole and high necks with brocade bodices and three-quarter length sleeves predominate, full of unique little details that combine with dreamlike skirts in tulle and organza laden with infinite ruffles and finished with sweeping trains.

Their original and unique flair stands out through asymmetry, evoking fluid, comfortable shapes that allow glimpses of the ankles.

The dress can be reinvented throughout the day and transforms from a classicism that is for the ceremony, to the early hours of the morning when the bride can enjoy her rock star moment.


The “Made in Ibiza” bridal gown collection includes natural fabrics that maintain the essence of the label and its respect for nature, omitting all acrylics and introducing cotton, natural edgings, tulle and organza as the reference points to follow.

In addition, Virginia Vald always contributes her skill as a stylist to make the shapes accentuate each bride’s silhouette and authentic beauty. Each dress is personalised to make each bride feel like herself, unique.

As Virginia Vald says, “The bridal gowns I design don’t belong to my collection, they belong to my brides.”