Long Sleeve Wedding Dresses

Fall is here and so is the trend of long sleeve wedding dresses! We love bridal gowns with long sleeves because it adds an elegant and sophisticated touch to wedding dresses and gives extra details. At Arlet Bridal, we have the largest selection of designer wedding gowns in the Inland Empire. Book your appointment here to see our long sleeve wedding dress collection.


This stunning sheath wedding dress from Maggie Sottero left us speechless when we first saw it! The lace is unique and detailed and features a plunging neckline and low back. Our favorite part of this vintage inspire wedding dress are the bell cuffs on the lace long sleeves.


This sexy wedding dress from Kitty Chen Couture is perfect for the bride who wants to stand out! The long lace bell sleeves and choker neckline give this couture wedding gown a vintage feel. Even though this gown is covered up to the neck, the unlined bodice, open scrappy back and high front slit make it sexy and couture.


Feminine and romantic are the perfect words to describe this Mori Lee long sleeve aline wedding dress. With an open keyhole back and delicate lace long sleeves, there is details to look at all over this gorgeous wedding gown.


Chantilly Lace Sleeves, stunning sheath silhouette, and a low back, what more could a bride want?! This all lace wedding dress from Allure Bridals has off the shoulder long sleeves to give it a sophisticated look.


This soft aline Willowy by Watters wedding dress was made for the free spirited bride. The silk organza makes this boho wedding gown soft and airy. We lobe the lacy long sleeves that continue in to a low plunging front and back.


What makes this Calla Blanche lace wedding dress so unique is the full illusion sleeve with lace cuff. This sexy sheath bridal gown has a deep plunge neckline and open back with a detailed lace and sparkle layer.


The floral lace on this aline wedding dress from Essense of Australia is one of a kind. The sweetheart neckline and lace long sleeves make this bridal gown romantic and beautiful.


Stella York does it again with this lace fit and flare wedding dress. Trumpet wedding gowns are perfect for showing off your figure and highlighting a lot of detail. The side cutouts and keyhole back give this gown a subtle, sexy feel and ties in with the lace illusion long sleeves.


This Sottero and Midgley ballgown wedding dress was made for an edgy princess! The sweetheart neckline continues in to off the should lace long sleeves. We love all the details on this lacy ballgown wedding dress.


This was just a sneak peek in to our extensive collection of long sleeve designer wedding dresses. Like what you see and want to see more? Book an appointment to see this collection in person here.

I'm Married! Now What Do I Do With My Wedding Dress?- Our Top Tips on What to do with your Wedding Dress after the Wedding.

By Arlet Bridal

Congratulations, You’re Married! You have this beautiful wedding dress (Hopefully from Arlet Bridal) taking up some precious closet space. You don’t want to leave it hanging in their for too long, so now the next step is what to do with your dress after the wedding.

Whether you are a sentimental bride and want to keep it to cherish forever or would love to pass it along for someone else to use, we have a few great options on what to do with your wedding dress after the wedding.

For The Sentimental Bride

  • Have your wedding dress preserved.

    • Having your wedding dress preserved is a great way to hold on to that special moment forever, while also keeping it protected from the elements. You never know, maybe your daughter will want to wear it one day! Plus, they can customize the preservation box with your name and wedding date. We work with a fantastic local company in Corona that preserves wedding dresses. The Gown Preservation Specialists can be reached by calling 877.792.8121 or on their website www.gownpreservationspecialists.com

  • Take Pieces of Fabric from your wedding dress and have them turned in to something else.

    • One day I was scrolling through Instagram and stumbled across what I think is the cutest idea! A bride took pieces of her wedding dress and had it turned in to a Barbie Doll dress and clothes for her future daughter. I love this idea because you will always have a mini replica of your wedding dress. She used the extra pieces to make christening clothes and bed sheet sets for her future daughters room. This was just so sweet to me and a great way to always get to cherish your wedding dress in a new way. I have even heard of brides using it to make a Christmas Tree Skirt for their first Christmas as a married couple! Any way you choose to turn your wedding gown in to something new is going to be so creative and special for you and your family.

  • Use it in a photoshoot for your newborn baby.

    • This idea has become way more popular in recent years. Brides are saving their wedding dresses and photographing their baby girls in their wedding dresses. This picture is going to be priceless and she will love it when she is getting married one day. (Honestly there were so many cute photos of this I could have put at least 50)

Donate Your Wedding Dress To A Worthy Cause

  • Giving your wedding dress to a charity that will use it for good is a great thing to do with your wedding dress after the wedding. There are so many great charities out their but we listed some of our favorites here.

    • NICU Helping Hands- NICU Helping Hands is a non-profit that has The Angel Gown Program. When you donate your wedding dress to them, they will turn your gown in to a final photo gown or burial outfit for an angel baby. NICU Helping Hands supports local families as well, working with hospitals in Riverside, Loma Linda, Irvine, Los Angeles, San Jose, and Berkeley. For more information on NICU Helping Hands, visit their website here.

    • Brides Across America- Brides Across America is a non-profit organization that donates weddings to military and first responders. To date, Brides Across America had donated over 24,000 wedding dresses and 22 completely free weddings to our military and first responders. For more information, or to donate your wedding gown, visit www.bridesacrossamerica.com/giving/give-a-dress

Trash The Dress!

  • I’m sure you’ve seen the trash the dress pictures all over Pinterest. That’s another really popular trend in post wedding culture. This idea can be super fun and make even more gorgeous pictures. Take a swim in the ocean, climb a waterfall, or let your kids go crazy and create a whole new masterpiece!

These are just a few of our ideas on what to do with your wedding dress after the wedding. If you have an idea or want to share your experience, let us know!

5 Simple Wedding Dresses for the Minimalist Bride

Simple wedding dresses are a great option for brides because it really gives you a blank canvas to make each dress your own. The simplicity of a minimalistic bridal gown gives you so many options to create a unique look. We recommend adding a stunning belt, lace cap sleeves, or an intricate long veil. While we have many more simple wedding dresses at our Riverside bridal store, here are 5 gowns to give you some inspiration!

Essense of Australia Simple Wedding Dress

This Fit-and-Flare Essense of Australia Wedding Dress is styled with a beaded belt. The sweetheart neckline plunge and beautiful shape gives this simple and modern wedding dress a subtle sexiness.

Plus Size Simple Wedding Dress

The simplicity of this off-the-shoulder wedding dress from Essense of Australia is what makes it so glamorous and gorgeous. The old Hollywood Style of this mikado gown is perfect for the classic bride.

Simple Satin Wedding Dress by Stella York

This vintage satin wedding dress is so romantic with off the shoulder sleeves and a beautiful sweetheart neckline. The natural waistline makes this simple wedding dress flattering for any figure. Plus, it has pockets!

Lace Long Sleeve Chiffon Wedding Dress

This long sleeve Stella York wedding dress is sweet and simple for casual brides. The flow chiffon creates a sheath silhouette that is lightweight and comfortable.

Stella York Simple Wedding Dress

This dropped waist fit-and-flare wedding dress is modern and elegant. The clean lines and mikado fabric make this simple wedding dress with a sweetheart neckline figure flattering.

Like what you see or looking for something with more detail? We have over 1000 beautiful wedding dresses in our Inland Empire Boutique. Book an appointment to try on these simple wedding dresses and more at our Riverside bridal store.

Pick which TV Characters You Would Choose for your Bridal Party and We'll Tell you Which Wedding Dress Designer you Should Wear

Planning a wedding is hard, you need some help from your favorite TV Characters! Tell us which TV personality you would choose to be in your wedding party and we will tell you which designers wedding dresses you should wear for your wedding.