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Faux Fur Bridal Fabrics for Winter Weddings!

The winter season is often one of the most exciting in the bridal couture calendar and 2014 is no exception. Faux fur is quickly emerging as one of the hottest (and coolest!) trends on the fashion runways and Wedding Dress Fabrics are proud to supply our Ermine faux fur wedding dress fabric to ensure you are the belle of your own ball!

Faux fur is an extremely versatile fabric but it has found its perfect partner in the form of the cape this winter. Adorned with satin lining and crystal embellishment, this amazing bridal fabric is fantastic for creating wintry wraps, muffs, shrugs and throws that are guaranteed to be the centre of attention in your wedding.

Faux fur offers many incredible attractives to its genuine counterpart: it is cruelty-free in production, looks and feels as good as the real thing but is much more resistant to staining and wear & tear. As a winter wedding fabric, it ensures the bride stays warm and looks perfectly seasonal.

We recently received an email and photos from an up-and-coming English designer who has used or Ermine ivory faux fur to create a beautiful wedding cape. As well as the ermine faux fur that formed the outer garment, the designer also used our Contessa satin and Alaska wedding dress embellishments. This created the ideal garment for the intended bride, who could not have been happier on her wedding day. Find out more by visiting www.facebook.com/trulybridaluk today!

Want to find out more about how Ermine faux fur from Wedding Dress Fabrics could make your day? Call our expert team right away on 646-801-6933 for the best inspiration!

Chantilly Lace - Rich, Regal and Luxurious

Chantilly lace is one of the most famous and popular types of wedding fabric thanks to its beauty, femininity and versatility. Wedding Dress Fabrics proudly supply an exciting collection of this aristocratic bridal lace, which was first created more than 400 years ago.

Chantilly lace has a long, rich history dating back to the 17th century. The Duchesse de Longueville, a highly-renowned aristocrat with a taste for high fashion, set up her lace making business in Chantilly, which is located nearby to Paris, France. Her new way of weaving, which involved using an innovative hexagonal mesh, was an instant success and Chantilly Lace became a household name.

Since its creation all those years ago, Chantilly lace has not seen a dip in popularity and is still seen everywhere from the sidewalk to the catwalk. Check out our fantastic selection of Chantilly Lace and get that rich, regal look you have always wanted.

Many of the customers (and most of the staff!) at Wedding Dress Fabrics fall head-over-heels in love with Natasha Chantilly lace. Fabricated with a high composition of cotton to provide an extremely soft and feminine drape, this wedding fabric has identically-scalloped borders and pretty, delicate floral motifs.

A vibrant and exciting choice of 25 colors can be selected from when choosing Natasha bridal lace. For fans of the classic and subtle, China Blue or Ivory make the perfect choice while more daring brides might go for Candy Pink or Chartreuse. For the bride who really wants to make a splash, we recommend choosing our Gold on Gold or Gold on Black metallic option!

Treat yourself to the aristocratic luxury you deserve on your special day with our collection of Chantilly lace, enhanced with a choice selection of wedding dress embellishments. Call the expert team at Wedding Dress Fabrics today for advice, support and inspiration!

You can contact Wedding Dress Fabrics by calling 646 801 6933 or sending email to info@bridalfabrics.com.

Wedding Dress Fabrics Help to Launch Designer's Career

Striding boldly onto the bridal couture design scene is Fiona Churchman, who recently sent us a lovely email telling us all about her very first wedding dress commission. Fiona recently launched Fiona Elizabeth Couture and her first extremely successful creation was designed for her best friend.

Rachael, Fiona’s friend, decided right away that she wanted a unique dress that threw caution to the wind and rejected the traditional. After lots of research, Rachael decided that a tea-length dress in a 1950s style was what she wanted, accented with wedding dress embellishments in deep scarlet.

With the design starting to become a vision, Fiona discovered Wedding Dress Fabrics and found that the website was ‘clear and easy to use’ with a ‘huge variety’ of wedding dress material ‘at very reasonable prices’. Fiona ordered samples which were rapidly delivered, and together with Rachael they decided on the fabrics they would use to create the one-of-a-kind wedding gown.

Ivory Stardust organza and Champagne-coloured Majestic duchess satin were overlaid with Francesca ivory wedding lace and Carnival tulle, a truly arresting combination of fabrics. Wedding dress embellishments, including a waist sash and large bow on the back of the gown, were also created from Majestic duchess satin while more Carnival tulle was used to create a delicate and feminine petticoat. Rachael walked proudly to meet her fiancé, whose breath was taken away by her beauty in this most stunning of garments.

Fiona finished her email by thanking us for our expert assistance and said, “I would highly recommend Wedding Dress Fabrics to all dressmakers.. their fabric range is beautiful and very easy to work with”.

A big thank you to Fiona for sharing her story! Please visit her page at https://www.facebook.com/FionaElizabethCouture. The photos of the dress are shared here with the kind permission of the photographer Lucy Shergold, more of whose work can be seen at http://lucyshergold.photoshelter.com.

Call our bridal experts on 646 801 6933 for more information about our wedding dress material or you can email stories and photos to us at info@bridalfabrics.com.



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