Get your loved ones excited about your beautiful wedding with this Burlap and Lace – Gold Shimmer – Pocket Invitation. Burlap sets a rustic tone, while the lace provides a touch of beauty in a stunning floral design. The two shades of color complement one another and I love the subtle gold shimmer, which adds a luxurious accent.
There are many different types of lace that you can choose from for your gown. Chantilly lace is a popular option and is a delicate kind of bobbin lace that originates from France. Then there’s Alencon lace – a needlepoint fabric with a floral design on a sheer background. Venice lace is heavier, like the gown on our style board, and is usually in large floral leaf patterns. There is also tulle lace, which is on a soft tulle material. How much lace you would like in your dress is completely up to you. Have only small accents with lace capped sleeves or maybe a dainty belt to wrap around you waist. But a gown made entirely of lace is just as beautiful – try on both to see which fits your wedding vision!Bouquet
Wrap a layer of lace around the stems of your blooms to instantly add a rustic touch. You could even opt to use a piece of lace from your mom’s wedding dress for something borrowed. The best part about lace is that it matches any type of bloom you can think of.
Keep it simple with weathered wood tables and a single lace table runner for a pop of white and plenty of texture. Use the same material on your chairs by wrapping it around the tops and securing it with flowers and some greenery.
That’s right, you can even have lace on your cake. For your cake stand, use a tree ring to stick to that rustic style you’re after, and as for your sweet treat, your baker can use lace detailing, twine and flowers of your choice for a dessert that looks just as delicious as it tastes.
Where will you be using lace in your wedding? Share your thoughts with us!