How About a Lace Wedding Dress?
Lace wedding dresses have always been popular. In days gone by, lace was handmade, usually by the mother
of the bride. More recently, it is produced using machines and stitched on to the dress.
Most lace dresses made at Beau Belles use the applique method. This is when the lace is sewn on to another
material, such as organza, satin or tulle.
The picture shows part of the train. As well as the lace, beads or sequins can be sewn in to give the
dress more sparkle and richness.
The lace can be in the same colour as the dress or a contrasting colour, such as in this picture where the lace
is gold. Again, the colour can add interest to the wedding dress.
Since lace is semi-transparent, it is always used with another material for the body of the dress. In
areas such as over the shoulders this is not the case and it is sometimes sewn on to tulle.
Here are a few lace wedding dresses at Beau Belles.
Here we have a long sleeved lace top over a strap less, sweetheart bodice. The lace also has sequins
sewn on to the lace. The dress has folds at the waist. The skirt is satin but has some lace applique
sewn on to the skirt to add variety and sparkle.
This is a tea length dress made of organza. The bodice has a lace overlay and there is a ribbon at the
waist line. There are applique lace patches on the skirt. Once again, there are sequins sewn on to the
lace. These could be removed depending on personal preference.
This peach coloured dress is made from lace over a satin, strap less style dress. It is reminiscent of
50's style. This lace wedding dress could be made in ivory or white.
Please contact us to try on a lace wedding dress - we have loads
more in stock in sizes 18 - 30.
Beau Belles, providing plus size wedding
dresses in Scotland including Edinburgh, Glasgow, West Lothian, Falkirk, Stirling, Aberdeen, Inverness, Argyll,
Paisley, Hamilton, Coatbridge, East Lothian, Borders, Linlithgow, Philipstoun, Whitburn, Livingston,