At GWM Wedding, we use mainly three types of lace for our bridal gowns. We love playing with different lace styles. Either by cutting them into smaller pieces and reconfiguring the placement. Using a combination of two or more types, or adding beading to the existent pattern.
We categorize our laces in three:
- Chantilly lace: is a bobbin lace named after the city of Chantilly in France. This style of lace is very detailed and with an intricate outlined pattern. A traditional option for wedding dresses.
- Modern lace: in this category, we encompass Embroidery, Guipure, and Alleçon. These laces have a more prominent pattern. It can be flowers and leaves or more geometric and usually used for the more risqué wedding dresses.
- Beading lace: This lace style is usually a base of either chantilly or modern lace design with beading highlighting the pattern. This type of beading can be a combination of sequence, pearls, beads, and other embellishment styles like feathers.
At GWM Wedding, we pride ourselves on designing all dresses to the highest standard, including using high-quality fabrics and laces.
Talk to our experts at the GWM Wedding flagship, so we help you find the perfect place for your wedding day!
To book your bridal consultation, you can call us at 0391917838, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or book through our website.
*We make all our ready-to-wear gowns either made to size or made to measure.
Made to measure wedding dresses mean that all alterations are included in the price as long as your size stays the same; for made by size gowns, these come at a more affordable price, but if alterations are required, that cost will be on top.