Couture Wedding Wear by Daci Gowns
Couture designers from all over the USA source their wedding materials from us here at Bridal Fabrics. One of our regular customers, who is also a regular contributor of images to our online gallery, is Daciana Johnson, the founder and lead creative designer at Daci Gowns bridal atelier and boutique in Boise, Idaho.
In this edition of the Bridal Fabrics blog, we turn the spotlight on two of our favorite gowns that she has created and discover which materials she used to create them.
For pure regal magnificence, the first of Daciana's gowns we have selected for the spotlight is seriously hard to beat. Ava Ivory Beaded Lace from Bridal Fabrics was used extensively in the gown, which was surely the major talking point of the wedding.
The designer of Ava lace fabric has used quality ivory thread to embroider a contemporary brocade style pattern onto a tulle background, framing the fabric with identical scalloped edges. Sequins, pearls and beads have been added with a generous hand, giving this breathtaking lace fabric superlative shimmer. Matching lace trim is available and, for a more subtly embellished version of this fabric, check out Albany on our website.
The second dress by Daciana that we are showcasing is very different from the first but is certainly no less attractive. To create the gown, Daciana used Iris Corded and Beaded Lace in ivory. Iris lace fabric was especially sourced by Bridal Fabric to meet growing customer demand for a material with decorated edges but featuring plainer areas in the central portion.
Floral motifs abound on this lace fabric and are linked to the other half of the design with a strong vertical line. Different styles of beadwork and cording enhance the beauty of some ares of the fabric, which is lightweight, elegant and has a wonderfully-pleasing handle. For a similar design without cording and beadwork, check out Macey.
We invite you to check out more of Daciana's work on her website. If her work has inspired you, find all of the wedding dress material she uses right here on the Bridal Fabrics website.