Designer Spotlight: Martina Liana


For the bride who radiates confidence, global glamour, and impeccable style, there’s Martina Liana — the embodiment of exquisite couture bridal design.

The Martina Liana wedding gown collection has risen from the celebrated mind of Chief Creative Officer, Martine Harris, and our international design team to the heights of the world stage as a major international bridal fashion label.


Every cut, every embellishment, every consideration of a Martina Liana design is made with one idea in mind.

“A bridal gown is more than just something a bride will wear once. She will replay the memories of her day in her mind for years to come and pictures of her will be passed down for generations. A bride’s love story inspires us and this is why we love creating magical and unforgettable gowns,” said Martine.

This passion to create an enduring memory is exemplified in the couture craftsmanship of every Martina Liana gown.

You can see it in the way the luxurious fabrics flow as a bride glides down the aisle. In the handcrafted fit, that accentuates a womanly form. And in the heirloom quality detailing that will leave every guest (and the fiance) in awe.

“We had the vision to create a bridal fashion label that blended couture customization and quality with exquisite design. We are proud that this vision has been brought to life through Martina Liana. Each new collection is even more captivating than the last and we feel validated by the amazing response this label has received from brides across the world.”

When you select a Martina Liana creation, you wear something far more than just a wedding dress. You make a statement. One that exemplifies the style, the attitude and the elegance of the bride, and the woman, you are.

What’s exciting about the collection?

With so many influences, today’s brides are looking for a little bit of everything. There are brides who are in search of runway-inspired looks—think cutouts, high necklines, strappy features, and romantic florals. And then there are brides that are looking for something a little more traditional—sweetheart necklines, simple fabrics, and classic silhouettes. The fantastic thing about the collection is that it caters to all brides. There are simple silhouettes, ornate details, sexy styles and romantic elements that come together to create an all-around appealing collection.

Your Dream Bridal specializes in customizing Martina Liana gowns with the designer to create a gown made perfectly to a bride’s vision and fit.

Focusing on the small details that help the gowns feel special and unique to the brides wearing them, is important. Not only are the gowns constructed impeccably, but the details of the gowns are also mindfully applied and designed to be both beautiful and functional.

Additionally, all Martina Liana gowns are available to be customized to a bride’s liking. Many times this will be lengthening the train, adding sleeves or amplifying beadwork, but no matter what changes the bride wants to make, we are able to help her feel like her gown was made specifically for her.

New Femininity

Reimagining classic femininity for the fashion-forward bride, surprising necklines and hints of sheerness that reveal her natural beauty, these bespoke details offer a timeless romance that echoes her “forever” statement.

Duchess Chic

With elegant necklines and pure fabrics featuring thoughtful details like fabric-covered buttons and luxurious draping—this season’s collection explores the more polished, vintage-inspired fashions made popular by today’s royals.

Soft Spirit

For brides who see to the end of the earth with their wanderlust-style, Martina Liana takes them further. Featuring an all-new liveliness with organic details, gauzy fabrics and floor-length sleeves—these styles offer an airy, ethereal spirit with an earth-inspired feel.

Advice on finding your perfect Martina Liana dress.

“Show up to your appointment with an open mind! I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen a bride show up to her appointment completely adamant about not wanting a particular silhouette, and that’s the exact silhouette she ends up saying “yes” to. You may not think you want to wear a ballgown, or lace, or beading on your wedding day, but I always tell brides to try them on anyway—because you never know what “the one” looks like!” – Martine Harris