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The Bridal Fabrics online gallery is full of images of gorgeous gowns and other garments that have been created using our extensive selection of quality materials. Several of the brides and their dress designers have also been interviewed about their gowns and a news article published detailing the fascinating stories behind the photos.
We are sending out an invite to all Bridal Fabrics customers to share photographs of their creations that have been made using our material. Your image will get to feature in our popular online gallery and you may also be contacted to give more details and have a personal news article created; this is of particular interest to designers who can gain valuable free publicity as our news articles and newsletter are viewed by thousands of interested subscribers.
Have a look through our gallery if you want to find some inspiration for your own gown. We know just how hard it can be to find what you're looking for, especially when you have such a wide choice of quality material to browse through. While we strive to make sure you can see how our lace looks by using photos and videos, there really is nothing more fulfilling than seeing these materials made up into gowns and so the gallery is the best place to get ideas. Send in your own photos and you might be able to help a struggling bride-to-be!
We are really looking forward to increasing the size of our exciting online gallery and you could be one of the stars. We also want to include lots more case studies so if you are willing to share your story then get in touch with us today.

Black Lace on the Blue Carpet

Lace is almost always associated with bridalwear but it can be used for many other garments too, from theatrical costumes to prom dresses and more. It is also perfect for more intimate garments that are usually only seen in the bedroom! Lace is ideal for creating gorgeous, classy corsets and we recently saw an example of this that took our breath away…

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The MTV VMA Awards 2017 was a perfect opportunity for the stars to show off their tastes in fashion and they really made the most of it. A blue carpet replaced the traditional red and the stars enjoyed sashaying down its length, wearing all kinds of garments from the sublime to the ridiculous

One of the stars who was definitely on the sublime side of things was Arielle Vandenberg. Looking totally relaxed, she walked gracefully along the blue carpet to raucous cheering, a difficult feat to achieve when you’re wearing platform heels that tall! She wore a divine trouser suit in bold leopard print that was more Bette Davis than Bet Lynch and underneath this we could see a tantalising hint of black lace corset.

Black lace is always extremely effective; the combination of the dramatic colour with the femininity of lace is striking and works perfectly to create exciting, unique garments. As its popularity has increased, so has the range available from Bridal Fabrics and we are now pleased to offer more than 20 designs. Our favourites include:

Brandy Chantilly Lace

This may look familiar and this is because it is sister to Kate lace. The fabric is dyed jet black and has been enhanced with beads applied by hand to create a truly beautiful and bold design. Asymmetric borders add a further level of excitement; one side is completely straight to contrast with gentle scallops at the other edge.

Amelia Corded Lace

Elegant and refined, Amelia lace features a central motif of three flowers. These are delicately corded which creates a defined outline, giving a vitality to the fabric which is pure class.

Marissa Pearl Lace

Taking a finely woven net as a base, the designer has added pearls at uniform intervals to create a geometric delight. The squares of the lace design are constantly changing shape due to the extremely lightweight drape, creating a unique effect that is stylish, hypnotic and truly beautiful.

Check out our entire range of black lace and get the celebrity look!

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