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Style: Lace

There is perhaps no other fabric better associated with weddings. Lace can be used to create bridal looks that are romantic, whimsical or modern. Lace can be used as the primary fabric of a gown or as an accent on a bodice or skirt to add elegance.

Short Lace Gown

Short Lace Gown

Redesigned Heirloom Wedding Gown

Redesigned Heirloom Wedding Gown

The base of the gown was constructed out of a new, very pale peach silk organza. The bodice is lined with the original Chantilly lace, covered with a sheer tule for an extra layer of protection. For a finishing touch, the entire bodice is sprinkled with Swarovski crystals.

Pale Yellow Lace Wedding Gown

Pale Yellow Lace Wedding Gown

The wedding gown features a dramatic bare back, layered chiffon and French lace. Like many brides, Merrie was not committed to an all-white gown and so the gown was designed in a soft yellow.

Lace Top & Short Skirt Wedding Ensemble

Lace Top & Short Skirt Wedding Ensemble

The lace top and chiffon skirt pair perfectly to create a romantic look for this destination wedding. Both pieces are very delicate and feminine. The blouse features a ruffle collar that softly frames the bride’s face and closes in the back with vintage crystal buttons.

Two-Piece Lace Bodice Tiered Gown

Two-Piece Lace Bodice Tiered Gown

This gown was designed specifically for the 2011 Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts fashion show and features fabric screen printed by Lonni Rossi Fabrics and fiber optic lighting by Lee Wainwright.

Bejeweled Wedding Ball Gown

Bejeweled Wedding Ball Gown

This ethereal strapless ball gown was created using custom-made silk organza. The entire wedding dress features this fabric, which is embroidered with silver thread and hand-beaded with paillottes and pearls.

Long-Sleeved Lace Wedding Gown

Long-Sleeved Lace Wedding Gown

The wedding dress features an empire waist with French Alencon lace at the bodice and train. The gown was cut on the bias and designed out of flour ply silk. The sinuous lines of the gown created a feminine and graceful silhouette.

Romantic Beaded Lace Gown

Romantic Beaded Lace Gown

Looking like Botticelli’s Venus rising from the sea, this bride is wearing a gown designed of silk tulle, silk satin, hand-beaded French Chantilly lace, cut and draped on the bias. The fabric was hand-beaded in France by the same company that created the fabric for Kate Middleton’s wedding gown.

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