French Lace: Get That 'Ooh La La' Feeling!
Renowned for an abundance of beautiful detail, French lace was first produced over 400 years ago in a small town called Chantilly, located in the north of France. Ever since, the French wedding lace style (sometimes referred to as 'Chantilly lace') has been a popular choice for bridalwear. We have picked out four of our best French laces to inspire you...
A glamorous yet tasteful ivory lace fabric, Harper is colored a delightfully pale shade of ivory. Big rose motifs, partly shaded and partly highlighted, create a hypnotic pattern throughout the ground of the lace. The handle of this gorgeous ivory material is particularly lightweight, making it even more fabulously feminine.
Kate is a wedding ivory fabric with royal credentials: it is one of the four laces used in the creation of Kate Middleton's iconic bridal gown. As regal and elegant as the duchess herself, this wedding ivory lace is also available in classic white, shimmering gold and boho black.
If you had to select a lace fabric that truly embodied all of the qualities of French lace, Davina would definitely be in the running. An immediate classic, this wedding dress material combines a dense floral pattern with neat, identical edges.
Framed by matching fringed and scalloped edges, Adelaide is a magnificent ivory wedding fabric with plenty of potential for creative designers. The unique way that the floral motifs of this design extend outwards into the main body of the lace fabric just HAS to be seen to be appreciated so why not order yourself a FREE sample?!
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