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Coloured Lace Appliques

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to dress yourself in rainbows? Don’t worry - we haven’t gone time-traveling back to the hippy dippy era of Woodstock and the Summer of Love – but we HAVE got a brand new selection of the most beautiful coloured lace appliques that are going to give your wedding gown a unique, harmonious look that hits your wedding guests like a summer breeze…

At the end of this article, we are going to transport you via the magic of technology to one of the most beautiful sights you have ever seen in your life so far. Gathered together on a single page for your viewing pleasure and convenience are all of the different colours you can choose from, each of which can be used to dye your choice of wedding lace as well. It’s a great way for more visual women to start planning their gown and your eyes are definitely in for a treat.

So many different colours all in the same place sounds messy but, just like a rainbow, it is in fact just the opposite. You will notice how the pretty complex tone of China Blue is in complete neighborly agreement with evocative Chartreuse while Violet and Red do what they can to steal the limelight. Speaking of lime, we also have a magnificent Lime Green colour choice available - this colour has been seen in big name fashion collections recently and it is amazing how well it can work with your floral arrangements…

If you’re a more classic kind of gal, then you're going to be bowled over by the regal majesty of Plum and Navy Blue, which work lovely together as well. Regular readers will recall the dress made using Russet wedding gown material that featured in a recent news article and now you can have the applique to go with it.

You will notice that the same style of lace applique is available in all of the different colours - so you must be wondering how we are going to make sure we have enough of everything to fulfil your eager orders! Well, our service involves a careful and methodical dyeing process that can take up to seven days, guaranteeing the quality of the work.

Remember our Colour Quiz from a while ago? We would love to know if your opinion has changed since then!

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