Lace has never been out of fashion at weddings. Not really.
But the Duchess of Cambridge has started the trend again big time. Her lace wedding dress has become iconic - simple and timeless.
Of course, you'll find plenty of wedding dresses about that feature lace. But what about the other aspects of your wedding day? How can you get that delicate prettiness?
If you're considering having a vintage style wedding day, then lace is perfect for helping you create a dreamy, romantic mood. Decorate your wedding tables with lace. Choose delicate flowers - gypsophila is perfect for giving a laciness to bouquets. Find shoes with lace detail ...
Here are a few ideas I've found to help you along.
The lace detail on this cake shows up beautifully against the accent colour (which of course could be any shade that wish it to be). Audrey cake by GC Couture Cakes.
Lace bridesmaid dress by Lela Rose Style LR195 with lace detail on the shoulder available in either black or ivory. The dress is offered in over 20 different shades.
Lace look card by Ananya Cards
Use a length of lace as a table runner ... Gold lace ballet flat by Dessy - also in white and black. Lace wedding dress by Sassi Holford
Lace bouquet tie via Etsy
Lace detail wedding veil via Etsy
Gypsophila or 'Baby's Breath' is an inexpensive but effective way of creating a lacy look for your wedding flowers
Credits: Featured image, lace shrug by Dessy, Audrey Cake by GC Couture, bridesmaid dress by Dessy, lace card by Ananya Cards, lace ballet flats by Dessy,