Gold Wedding Lace: The Asian Inspiration

If your Netflix viewing list needs an injection of excitement, romance and adventure, then we can highly recommend 'The Wedding Guest' from director Michael Winter­bottom. Starring Radhika Apte and Dev Patel, the movie tells the story of a man travelling from Britain to Pakistan to attend a wedding: the most we can reveal without spoilers is that he plans to kidnap the bride-to-be...

One of the key fabrics associated with Asian wedding attire is gold lace. Here on the Bridal Fabrics website, there are 21 different gold lace fabric styles to choose from and here we present three of our favorites...

Hattie: Gold Beaded Lace

A riot of embroidery, metallic yarn and golden wedding dress embel­lis­hments like pearls, diamantes, sequins and beads characterize this stunning lace fabric.

These exciting embel­lis­hments highlight and enhance the floral bouquets and petite flowers that comprise the design.

Identical scalloped borders complete Hattie lace fabric, extending deeply into the main body of the material.

Soraya: Gold Beaded Lace

This is an exquisitely detailed lace fabric created using fine Champagne-colored tulle as a base. Beads and sequins create sparkle and drama, standing out from the base and ensuring fairytale princess appeal. Floral bouquets are embroidered all over Soraya lace fabric and scalloped edges frame the tasteful yet exultant design.

Soraya: Gold Beaded Lace

Katherine Gold Raschel Lace

So lightweight that it seems to be in constant danger of defying gravity and floating serenely away, Katherine gold lace fabric is the quintessence of femininity. The background is composed of a variety of weave sizes, making a breathtaking base for floral bouquets embellished with cording. A consistent bestseller, this scallop-edged and fringed gold wedding lace is also available in white or ivory.

Gold Raschel Lace: Katherine

Discover more exotic, evocative gold lace fabric styles on our website.

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