1. For our Lacy Rose Invitation, we started with ecru shimmering paper to mimic bridal satin and then borrowed a beautiful rose design from a vintage lace pattern. We embossed the lacy rose and accented it with touches of taupe for a vintage look, but the whole invitation look has a modern style we love.
Here are some other lace-inspired ideas to get you thinking about how to add royal lacy style to your wedding.
2. Go long-sleeved and demure like Kate’s dress, or wear lace your own way — strapless, halter or anything that fits your wedding look and your personal fashion style.
3. Mimic Kate’s all-white bouquet by carrying white hydrangeas, white spray roses, mini calla lilies or other white flowers. Be sure to ask your florist to wrap your bouquet in lace to match your theme.
4. Even if you don’t have a towering, multi-tiered cake like the royal couple did, you can still make your wedding cake the lacy centerpiece of your reception when you ask your baker to add lace-patterned fondant frosting accents.
5. A lace-trimmed veil like Kate’s will set off your wedding day look with romance. Also opt for chandelier earrings — they may not be heirloom diamonds but you deserve the sparkle!