lace wedding

Lace decor ele­ments at ahave always been con­sid­ered some­thing chic, expen­sive, and refined. More­over, ear­li­er lace was made by hand, and there­fore it always pleas­ant­ly sur­prised with its beau­ty and painstak­ing work. Choos­ing it as the main detail of the­o­r­ga­ni­za­tion, you give the cel­e­bra­tion a touch of vin­tage, Euro­pean style of the mid­dle of the last cen­tu­ry.

Lacedec­o­ra­tion — basic rec­om­men­da­tions
  1. Wed­ding Dress. Do not be afraid to wear a dress, shoes and a veil with lace inserts. The more, the more gor­geous your image looks. Opt for adress made entire­ly of lace fab­ric. If you can’t find one, look at the lace bodice. The image will be har­mo­nious even if the cho­sen dress is of a clas­sic cut. The main thing is to com­plete it with a lace veil. In case of refusal of the lat­ter, dec­o­rate neat­ly arranged curls with flo­ral acces­sories, an open­work hat.
  2. groom suit. A lacein­volves choos­ing an out­fit in gray or beige. Com­plete the look with a bow tie.
  3. Brides­maids. For them, choose dress­es made of lace. The main thing is that they dif­fer from the bride’s­dress in col­or.
  4. Bou­quet and bou­ton­niere. Make a flo­ral arrange­ment for your future wife from white and pink ros­es. The han­dle of the bou­quet should be care­ful­ly draped with snow-white lace. The bou­ton­niere is a small­er copy of the bou­quet.
  5. Lacein­vi­ta­tions. The appear­ance of such a post­card tells the guests what kind ofthey will be at. Take a sheet of white card­board paper of a small for­mat. Place the text of the invi­ta­tion on it. Divide the open­work nap­kin in half. Glue it on both sides of the invi­ta­tion and fas­ten its edges with a thin rib­bon.
  6. Gift for guests for a lace wed­ding. The main thing in this, how much is not a gift, but the pack­ag­ing itself. You can choose a box in a neu­tral beige col­or, the low­er part of which can be dec­o­rat­ed with a lace orna­ment. Tie with yel­low and pur­ple rib­bons. What will be inside depends only on your pref­er­ences. Either it is a sym­bol­ic fig­urine, or a jar of deli­cious jam, hon­ey — it all depends on your imag­i­na­tion.
  7. Dec­o­ra­tion of the lace­hall. In dec­o­rat­ing a room with lace ele­ments, there can be no such thing as “too much”. Based on this, get a lot of lace fab­rics. Wrap them around thearch. Dec­o­rate the ban­quet hall with unob­tru­sive cur­tains, gar­lands. Feel free to dec­o­rate an ordi­nary New Year’s gar­land with cut-out lace pat­terns. Tie chairs with bows cre­at­ed from exist­ing fab­ric. Lace har­mo­nious­ly looks with pas­tel col­ors. Open­work nap­kins look charm­ing on the fes­tive table. You can also put flo­ral arrange­ments placed in glass jars on it. Dec­o­rate the last with burlap, on top of which fas­ten a lace rib­bon. Tie it all up with jute string. If you wish, you can glue lace on the legs of the glass­es. This will give the fes­tive atmos­phere more ele­gance. A lace­can be giv­en a bit of vin­tage with antique mir­rors, brooches, worn books, aged fur­ni­ture, and a gramo­phone.
  8. Tuple. Try to find a retro-style car, remem­ber­ing to replace the tra­di­tion­al satin rib­bons with lace.
  9. Ban­quet table. The main dessert, acake, can be mul­ti-tiered, dec­o­rat­ed with con­fec­tionery lace. By the way, you can ask the pas­try chef to match the col­or scheme of the main sweet with the image of the bride. Place cup­cakes around it, the molds of which, of course, are dec­o­rat­ed with lace.
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ruby wedding