Guipure is Gorgeous!
The motifs of a wedding gown are often connected with net or mesh. Guipure lace, a type of bobbin lace, is different: the motifs are connected with plaits or bars. Bridal Fabrics carries a massive selection of guipure lace styles and here we pick four of our favorites...
Matching edges surround this sophisticated, elegant and tasteful design, which features an floral pattern all over.
As well as the 2.5"cm flowers that comprise the main design, petite blooms have been applied at intervals: these lovely embellishments sit proud of the material, giving a magical three-dimensional effect.
Lucy wedding dress lace is based on a ground made up of sublimely-sparkling Champagne-colored metallic thread. A repeating series of floral motifs with small yet eye-catching metallic clusters has been embroidered onto this: each of the motifs is connected to its cousins by a complex, mesmerizing web of swirls. Irregularly-scalloped yet identical borders add the finishing touch. Also available in Ivory.
Gretel is is a striking guipure fabric that has a vintage 'Mackintosh' appeal to it.
Matching scalloped edges frame the pattern, which is composed of stunning geometric shapes arranged in alternating bands.
A perfect example of guipure lace, Joanna combines themes of paisley and flowers in its unique design.
Both sides of this feminine wedding dress material are identically scalloped.
Find these and many more guipure lace styles on the Bridal Fabrics website.