The Love of Lace in weddings is something we can all relate to. Associated with Royalty, it allows us to bring out our inner Princess and can add a touch of luxury to any wedding day. With so many different types of lace, we know it dates back to the 16th century as references were made to ‘lace” in English text books. We hear names like Chantilly used often but not many know that Blonde lace ( called so for it’s colour) made in the town of Chantilly ( France) was used in the 1800’s for veils and dresses and later in the 1830s black lace took over and became the most sought after colour.
It is in the media so much recently again about how the Royals wore lace wedding gowns down through the decades and the most recent royal bride Kate Middleton didn’t break tradition when she wowed her fans in her Sarah Burton’s–Mc-Queen €350K gown. Nicky Hilton’s Valentino dress while compared to Kate’s and Grace Kelly, definitely had it’s own twist and it is obvious she has the love of lace too but it is never fair to make such comparisons.
While you might not have Nicky’s €70K dress budget for your Irish wedding, we have seen lace being introduced in the most subtle ways to dresses by our West Coast Weddings Brides and as always we are here to show you how lace can look for your destination wedding in Ireland.
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Have fabulous weekend!