Wedding Fabrics for the Budget Bride
With the economy and households taking a pinch due to coronavirus, we look at some great value for money products in our range to make a wonderful wedding dress without
compromising on quality.
If you like the beaded style of wedding dress lace but it's over your price point then don't dismay because Briar is a beaded beauty with an attractively low price tag. It's hard to believe that this beautiful fabric is a budget lace: featuring a pattern of richly embroidered flowers, leaves and buds embellished with beads and sequins, Briar is the epitome of glamour.
Do you love the light and airy look of Chantilly wedding lace fabric but feel put off by the high cost? You can closely mimic the Chantilly look with a woven Raschel lace, offering the same aesthetic quality but at a much lower price. Katherine ivory lace is the perfect example, a fabulously feminine choice emblazoned with corded floral bouquets and framed by matching fringed and scalloped edges.
Maggie is another superbly priced corded lace fabric that boasts a gorgeously soft handle that feels just like brushed cotton when worn directly against the skin. A floral fabric that incorporates a baroque design between the blooms, Maggie features delicate fringing at the edges and can also be purchased in Black.
One of our most popular ivory lace fabrics, Charvi is available at a super-low price that everyone finds pleasantly surprising. The fabric features a striking lattice effect to its non-floral pattern, which is immediately reminiscent of the Art Deco era. If you like this style but prefer more embellishment, check out Pleasance ivory sequinned lace.
Saving money is more important now than ever so keep an eye on our discount lace section. Don't forget that your first two samples are supplied absolutely free with our compliments.