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Sep 11, 2016

5 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Lace in Your Wedding

On the cusp of fall, we are excited to transition into fall wedding trends. Lace being one of our favorite! Whether you want to use it to add sweetness to the littlest of details, or dream up a grandiose design, it will be enchanting no matter what. In subtle stationery accents, bold tablescapes, or charming accessories, lace always looks lovely. Here are 5 romantic ways to incorporate lace in your wedding and give it the perfect vintage touch.

1. Invitations

Yes, you can get that pretty lace texture on paper too! These suites show you how:

5 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Lace in Your Wedding - Inspired by This
Stationery by Bella Figura, Photo by Amelia Beamish

5 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Lace in Your Wedding - Inspired by This
Stationery by J Grace Luxurious Event Stationery, Photo by Darin Fong Photography

2. Accessories

Veils, shoes, braseros, oh my! Don’t let your wedding day accessories slip to the wayside. Instead, dress them up in lace for ultimate elegance.

5 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Lace in Your Wedding - Inspired by This
Event Design by A Good Affair, Wedding & Event Production, Photo by KLK Photography 

5 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Lace in Your Wedding - Inspired by This
Dresses by Azazie, Photo by Amanda Abel Photography

5 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Lace in Your Wedding - Inspired by This
Event Design by All You Need is Love Events, Photo by Jillian Rose Photography

3. The Dress

Whether it’s the entirety of your dress or creates the perfect illusion back, lace wedding gowns will never go out of style. Here are a few of our favorites.

5 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Lace in Your Wedding - Inspired by This
Photo by Jenni Grace Photography

5 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Lace in Your Wedding - Inspired by This
Event Design by Gather Events, Photo by Jana Williams

5 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Lace in Your Wedding - Inspired by This
Event Design by The Graceful Host, Hair by Mirror Bomb Studio, Makeup by Erin Ashley Makeup, Dress by Martina Liana, Photo by Julia Laible Photography 

5 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Lace in Your Wedding - Inspired by This
Flowers by Posh Peony, Photo by McCune Photography

5 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Lace in Your Wedding - Inspired by This
Photo by SYPhotography 

4. Ceremony Decor

Lace leads the way to the wedding arch in this pretty ceremony.

5 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Lace in Your Wedding - Inspired by This
Event Design by Organic Elements, Photo by Shewanders

5. Linens

Lace linens can add an extremely romantic touch to your wedding reception. Go all out, pick a few accent tables, or use lace runners. Whatever you choose, this look can be tailored to your taste and theme.

5 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Lace in Your Wedding - Inspired by This
Event Design by Nicole George Event Planning & Design, Linen by Concepts Event Design, Flowers by Organic Elements, Photo by Acqua Photo

5 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Lace in Your Wedding - Inspired by This
Event Design by Luxe Event Productions, Photo by Erich McVey

5 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Lace in Your Wedding - Inspired by This
Event Design by Gold Leaf Event Design & Production, Photo by Jason+Gina

5 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Lace in Your Wedding - Inspired by This
Event Design by Going Lovely, Venue at Nestldown, Party Rentals by Williams Party Rentals, Tabletop Rentals by Frances Lane, Flowers by Park Floral Design, Photo by Coco Tran

5 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Lace in Your Wedding - Inspired by This
Event Design by Andrea Leslie Weddings, Linens by La Tavola Fine Linen, Photo by Amy & Jordan 

5 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Lace in Your Wedding - Inspired by This
Event Design by CAKE Event Co., Vintage Rentals by Etablir, Rentals by Dolphin Events, Venue at The LA Arboretum, Calligraphy by Letters to You, Photo by Chase the Love

5 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Lace in Your Wedding - Inspired by This
Event Design by Hello Darling, Photo by Elle Rose Photo 

5 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Lace in Your Wedding - Inspired by This
Photo by m•three studio , Floral design by Daffodil Parker

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