Lace Wedding Dresses | Lace Bridal Gown
An example of a stunning lace wedding dress and it’s proof that nothing comes close to the romantic charm of superb lace.
Various Lace types Explained for different types of Lace Wedding Dresses:
A variety with a raised floral or geometric design that looks almost three-dimensional, originally made in Venice and later in Belgium and other countries
Intricate lace with solid designs outlined with heavy cording on sheer net, developed in Alençon, France, in the 17th century; also known as the Queen of Lace
Lace is composed of designs outlined in embroidery stitching, also it could be be embellished with pearls, beading or sequins.
First made in France, it often has a floral design and wispy weight, with scalloped edges
Wide lace with a repeating pattern
A popular type of lace, distinguished by small floral or bow patterns, first manufactured during Louis XIV’s reign in the French city of the same name.
Just maybe Queen Victoria knew she was onto something when she chose a lace trimmed gown for her wedding.