Happy Tuesday! Today, we’re helping you plan a modern lace wedding with lovely little accents. If you thought lace was synonymous with old-fashioned, think again: we’ve found a collection of chic, modern lace wedding items to inspire a look you’ll love. Read on for more…
Lace Wedding Details
Add a lovely lace bolero or jacket to your wardrobe, like this pretty one by Chaviano Couture.
Wear a garter that utilizes a more modern lace look, like this one by The Garter Girl.
Bridesmaids will love this modern, wear-again dress featuring just a hint of lace (by Ann Taylor. We also think this hair comb is lovely – by Little White Dresser.
Carry a fabric lace wedding bouquet down the aisle, like this one by Autumn and Grace Bridal.
Add lacy elements to you decor like a lace-wrapped vase, lace covered clothespins as place card holders at guests’ seats, and a decorative window pane to write guests’ names onto it for table assignments.
A little lacy jewelry – like this ‘Carrie’ necklace in lace by JewelrybyAshNicole – is a nice gift for bridesmaids (and the bride, too).
Gift your bridesmaids with a re-usable lace wedding clutch / cosmetic bag by Jodani Sarreal. These adorable bags can be carried down the aisle and are available in a wide array of colors – custom shades even available upon request.
Add a few lacy details – a tote bag with a lacy ruffle, lace bridal flats, or vintage lace gloves perfect for the occasion.
Don’t forget a pretty ring pillow! This one is by White Thistle Bridal.
Make sure your entire event ties in the lacy theme with lace inspired wedding correspondence. These lacy wedding invitations are a great place to start:
This theme sounds like a lovely idea!
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Hi Rebecca, Glad you like it! Unfortunately, I do believe it’s from a past season. I tried researching it on our end, but I don’t see it either. :( Wish I had better news for you! Thanks for stopping by.
Love the lace invites! Have been searching for different lace designs for a while and just wanted to let everyone know the lace design from the ‘woolberry press’ invite is from Martha Stewart and is available for a free download at her website. Then you can try your hand at putting together your own. :),
Thanks for clarifying!
Lace details are always beautiful! Such a classic theme that can be translated into so many styles!
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