Ivory embroidered lace is a highly-popular choice for myriad brides and wedding dress designers and, just as you'd expect, we here at Bridal Fabrics offer an extremely wide and diverse selection. Here are four favourites...
Eunice Ivory Embroidered Lace
This is truly the lace of the moment, effortlessly combining the new with the classic. Leaf motifs on a grand scale are linked to exhilarating, thrilling lattice work, with islands of buds forming a visually-arresting bridge.
Dramatic and bold, the motifs are framed with asymmetric borders; the top edge features extra foliage which is repeated on the bottom edge interspersed with gently undulating scallops.
Taylor Ivory Embroidered Lace
If you're looking for vibrancy then Taylor will be right up your street. Bustling and beautiful, this ivory lace comprises a riot of floral designs combined with expert lattice work and delicate garlands of pretty buds linking the two edges.
Both of these edges are finely scalloped, creating an elegant, ultra-feminine effect.
Begonia Ivory Embroidered Lace
The Baroque period of history is characterised by flamboyant, eye-catching designs and Begonia ivory lace would have fitted right in with that aesthetic.
The central panel radiates with abstract 'islands' and two different yet complementary lattice work designs work in perfect harmony together. Both borders are completely symmetrical and complete this design with panache.
Haydn Ivory Embroidered Lace
A surprisingly-high number of couples choose to take their vows in a (very!) non-traditional setting; in freefall, on top of a mountain, at McDonalds... you name it! A wedding underwater may be a dream for many but, if you don't fancy getting wet, then Haydn lace is the next best thing.
The design resembles a beautiful, mysterious underwater world of coral, branching right from the centre of the tulle and extending into the undefined edges. Inspirational, exciting and evocative, this lace is a dream come true.
There are lots more styles of ivory embroidered lace to discover so why not browse NOW? Who knows what you might find....?