Lace is still the go-to luxury fabric for bridal but, with so many designs, how are bridal designers making lace modern and up to date? We can’t reinvent the wheel but there is a tangible shift towards geometric lace patterns. Though floral designs are still very much all-encompassing in bridal, geometric lace adds a modern ‘edge’. We especially like the Guipure options and fabric laser cut designs that can deliver either a boho vibe or a crisp modern look.
Check out these four inspirational styles of geometric lace from Bridal Fabrics.
A new addition to our wedding fabrics portfolio, Philine is a beautiful non-floral lace. Onto a Raschel background, the designer has crafted a repeating series of geometric bands and shapes, expertly highlighted with cording. Identical fringed edges complete the attractive appearance.
Added to our portfolio only a month ago, Daria embroidered lace is already making waves with our customers, especially among our couture clients. Based on a sheer ivory tulle, this modern lace style is composed of complex pattern, with embroidery and cording working in blissful harmony.
Both classic and contemporary, Como features a mesmeric repeating pattern that is stylishly embellished with sequin detail.
As well as ivory, this wedding dress material is also available in pink and green.
With an unusual "Mackintosh" feel, this unique fabric is characterized by bands of geometric shapes alternating across its width.
Identical scalloped edges frame this beautiful wedding dress fabric.