Delicate, graceful, adorable and time-honored, I have a lot of words that can praise LACE. Obviously, I am a huge fan, just because I think it can add a touch of elegance to the whole wedding ensemble. So let’s see some hot lace types that are being used.
This it the needlepoint lace made of linen thread with a background of patterns, outlined with heavy threads to embolden the pattern which add more definition. Originated in Alençon, France. It’s also called “Queen of Lace”, and is one of the most popular lace types amongst top-brand designers.
Most lace wedding dresses available at Tulle & Chantilly use Alencon lace.
Besides bridal gowns, we can still find Alencon being used on other wedding decorations, such as veils and used to inspire so many other designs.
Here’s some other wedding inspiration using this theme.
Chantilly is handmade bobbin lace named after the city of Chantilly, France. Featured in flowers and ribbons on a plain net or organza background, the pattern is outlined in cordonnet. With the effect of light and shadow, this kind of lace is much more popular in black.
It’s still very popular in bridal gowns…….
This is also a French bobbin lace, which features a large series of motifs connected by few threads, the motif pattern lay-out is on a coarse mesh net.
A Tulle & Chantilly Guipure lace top.
And finally let’s end with a pretty lace pink wedding bouquet.
PS: Have a good day!