Classy Combinations

This is the third edition of our blog series focusing on combining some of the many styles and types of bridal dress material that we carry here at Bridal Fabrics. Below you will find two ideas for fabric combinations that will inspire the modern, creative and classy couture wedding dress designer.

Combination #1: Maggie and Philine

Maggie: Ivory Corded Raschel Lace

Maggie is a magnificent floral lace with an ultra-soft handle that feels identical to brushed cotton. A tactile delight, this wedding dress material features a dense pattern of flower motifs that open out towards its fringed edges. Delicate cording and beautiful baroque design details add the final fabulous flourish. Also available in black.

Philine: Ivory Corded Lace

Deriving from a Greek word meaning 'lover, Philine lace fabric is definitely one to become enamored with! A recent addition to our collection, Philine has already proved to be a big hit among our bridal couture clients thanks to its exciting pattern of geometric bands and shapes. This contemporary classic is finished with bold yet elegant cording and fringed edges.

Combination #2: Contessa and Nicole

Polyester Non Snag Duchess Satin: Contessa in Antique Rose

The word 'Contessa' is the Italian for 'female royalty' and is therefore the perfect name for this regal satin wedding dress material. made using twisted yarns to give a dense weave and non-snag performance, this fabric has a firm handle that makes it particularly versatile. We think that the antique rose color is the ideal match for Nicole ivory lace but there are 19 other colors to choose from.

Nicole: Ivory Beaded Lace

Two different bouquet motifs work in harmony, alternating in rows across the width of this attractive lace fabric. Double-scalloped borders, each with a short fringed edge, frame the classy design, which is embellished with sequins, beading and gold filigree thread. Matching lace trim is also available from our website.

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