Bridal Fabrics USA

A Show-Stopping Wedding Gown using Corded Lace

These amazing photographs show bride Victoria wearing a show-stopping wedding gown created using our bridal lace fabrics. The gorgeous garment was designed and made by Kpoene’ Kofi-Nicklin from talented dressmaker Mignonette Bridal and the pictures are reproduced here with kind permission of Hetler Photography.

Victoria got married in late September but began her search for the perfect wedding dress some time before. As seems to happen with a large and ever-growing number of brides, Victoria realised that the ready-to-wear creations she found in bridal boutiques were just not quite right for her and so she decided to employ the skills and services of a professional dressmaker to design and make a bespoke wedding gown.

Mignonette Bridal designed a simply divine two-piece gown for Victoria, who could not have been more impressed with the results. Kpoene describes Victoria as ‘elegant and fashion-forward’ and created an outfit that would reflect these facets of Victoria’s personality. Natalie bridal lace fabric was chosen, embellished with clear crystals and blush pearls to add a depth and sparkle to the dress and match the bride’s fabulous footwear.

Natalie ivory lace is a corded design that has been based on an open tulle ground. Towers of floral motifs rise proudly and strikingly into a tall arched pattern, extending a full 23” from the asymmetrical borders. Its soft yet rich ivory coloration subtly captures and reflects the light, a quality that worked perfectly with the wedding dress embel­lis­hments chosen by the talented designer. As with all of our bridal lace fabric, Natalie is available in full and part rolls or cut to your desired length and you can order a free sample directly from the product page.

We would like to thank Mignonette Bridal for sharing the story of Victoria’s perfect dress and look forward to hearing much more from them in the future. Check out Natalie bridal lace here and keep your stories and photos coming in!

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