Go 3D for 2018...

Choose the most exciting new lace designs

One of the latest fashion trends to emerge on the Bridal scene for 2018 is 3D floral lace and, as we are always at the vanguard when it comes to haute couture, we here at Bridal Fabrics have several examples of the exciting style ready for you to discover. Make sure you’re sitting comfortably because these three styles are truly breathtaking…

photo-to-show-main-border-of-champagne-lace-blakeBlake: Champagne Beaded Flower Lace

First on our exclusive list is Blake, which features a riotous display of three-dimensional guipure flowers. Lying on a carefully-embroidered base, these floral motifs are surrounded by a generous scattering of pearls, beads and sequins. The main edge of the lace teems with flamboyant bouquets which extend deep into the pattern’s body - each flower features diamantés and pearls and is created from several layers of fabrics to add height from the base tulle. On the other side, the border is simply-scalloped, interspersed with repeating flower spikes that add an immediate sense of refinement and elegance.

pink-floral-lace-mackennaMackenna: Blush Flower Lace

Blush lace is increasingly popular for wedding gowns and this captivating example is right on point with the trend for 3D floral designs. The fabric is adorned with the cutest pink buds and delicately rendered flowers, creating an extravagant whole that is fun, flirtatious and guaranteed to deliver the wow factor in bundles. Each flower is made up of the finest satin and chiffon, with several of the blooms expertly embroidered to give an eyecatching relief. Some of the flowers feature small beads and pearls at their centres; this detailed embellishment combines with applique and embroidery to create one of our most beautiful offerings.

ivory-embroidered-lace-alijaAlijah: Ivory Embroidered Lace

A fine tulle background has been selected as the base for Alijah, a stunning ivory lace that features a cleverly embroidered floral pattern. The 3D element is delivered with guipure styling on many of the flowers, each of which centres on beads or pearls to produce a glistening yet subtle effect. Throughout the body of the lace, the pattern becomes less dense to give a unique effect and the generous width is capped at both ends with a small scalloped edge.

Enjoy examining these fabulous lace designs and go 3D for 2018 with Bridal Fabrics!

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