Touch of Lace is proud to say that all our venise lace is Made in the USA
For generations, brides have chosen lace as the perfect way to add elegance to their wedding dress and provide a feeling of romance. The fine needlework creates a delicate look that is hard to replicate with other embellishments.
Those looking for just the right bridal lace often choose venise lace or alencon lace to add to their dress - most often to the bodice or hem. Using a narrow lace will generally create a more delicate look, while using a wider bridal lace will add a more grand effect, especially when combined with crystals or beads. In either case, matching jewelry can be a beautiful complement to your lace.
Recently, more brides have turned to using all-over bridal lace to add to their gown, covering a much larger area - almost like a layer of fabric. By having a continuous piece of bridal lace, it can look similar to a beautifully textured fabric.
Of course, bridal lace is not limited to only being used on a wedding dress. It is often chosen to embellish chairs, tablecloths, runners, or even bouquets. You're only limited by your imagination, as bridal lace can add elegance to a wedding in so many different ways.