Lace for the Autumn Season
The autumn season is always a particularly interesting time when it comes to bridal fabric design and this one is no exception. We are currently seeing lots of lace inspired by the falling leaves and here are some of our favourites:
With a riot of embroidered leaves, Bridget is a gorgeous design that is an immediate eye catcher. The edge of the lace is shaped to the contours of the pattern, delivering a unique look that is highlighted with a number of embellishments. These include translucent sequins, bugle beads and delicately-placed seed pearls.
An ivory tulle background makes the perfect base for the embroidered leaves, which are created using a wide variety of stitching techniques to add interest and excitement to the fabric. These effects are highlighted using beads and pearls, which are placed cleverly to obtain the best effect.
Incredibly striking, this lace design features a selection of delicately embroidered leaves which swirl across the fabric, interlocking with one another. Both edges match one another to create a lace that is pure luxury and class.
Leaves and flowers are densely woven together to create Mila lace. There is huge contrast between the shaded and open areas and ivory cord is used to embellish the leaves, delivering a texture that has to be seen and felt to be believed.
This fabric is emblazoned with flames of flowers and leaves, which rise daringly to almost the full height of the lace. These designs are embroidered with a sophisticated satin stitch and, to make sure the whole thing sparkles magically, sequins are used for embellishment.
We absolutely adore these autumn-inspired lace designs and we are sure you will too. There are pictures and videos on the product pages to help you get a sense of how beautiful they are and you can always take advantage of our free sample service if you wish to examine them more closely.
Enjoy browsing these and other laces in our collection and don’t hesitate to get in touch with us for expert advice on any aspect of wedding dress design.