Pinterest board of the week: Lace
Lace is a wonderful subject matter to work with for weddings. Not only is it beautiful, but it is very versatile and can give a delicate, fresh and modern feel, or add a rich, vintage, opulence to your wedding day style. If you can find some meaningful old family lace, consider using the lace itself, or the pattern or imprint, to bring the beauty and memories into your wedding day.
Lace creates a work of art with this wedding cake from Peggy’s Cupcakes. With handmade sugar flowers and sugar lace detail, it can be a stunning focal point of your wedding. Display with white walls on a white table to give an gallery feel. It would be hard to cut up and eat this, that’s for sure.
For pretty wedding decorations, but keeping a simple fresh feel, this paper bunting comes in eight meters with 16 flags and is perfect for indoor decorations. For a more colourful feel, attach strings with brightly coloured strips of ribbon attached vertically, in between the strings of lace bunting.
For more lace finishing touches, try tying this lace ribbon around cutlery and napkins with place name holders, or to tie around bouquets. It comes in cream, light blue and lilac – perfect wedding colours. You could also use it for wrapping up gifts for the wedding party.
Lace inspired favours come no prettier than these porcelain hearts from Little Brick House Ceramics. Handmade by imprinting vintage lace on their surface, you could add a personal touch by requesting your own vintage lace be used. There is also a pretty ring bowl which could be given as a bridesmaid gift, or used to keep your wedding ring safe by your bedside after you’re married.
And finally, we are in love with this vintage bridal cap by Love By Susie. Very Lily Allen, it would look stunning with a vintage wedding dress and is the perfect option for brides who prefer their hair free flowing and natural, but are seeking a pretty hair adornment.