In 1655, French courtiers were spending huge sums of money on Italian and Flemish laces. Thinking that money would be better spent at home, King Louis XIV decided to invest in improving French lace. So, he brought Italy’s Venetian lace makers to Normandy to train the lace artisans of Alencon.
Tag: Lace Bridal Gowns
For Julie and Scott, Ultimate Frisbee equaled romance!
They met while playing one day and have been together ever since.
On their wedding day, Julie says that “We actually had our guests sign custom frisbees with a picture of a bride & groom on them.”
How fun is that?
Lea-Ann Belter’s Spring 2012 collection was unveiled this weekend in NYC at Couture Bridal Market. Though we’ve been sharing glimpses on Facebook and Twitter, we’re formally introducing you to Lea-Ann Belter Bridal’s fresh crop of wedding frocks!
Love the lace on your wedding gown? Echo that sentiment with your wedding cake. The fabric’s texture is a beautiful design element, and your dress’s style will inspire your baker.
We paired a few of our lace–adorned gowns with edible counterparts and love the results!
On a spectacular, sunny October 24, Jessie and Brian exchanged vows at Cedarwood, an 1830s antebellum farm estate in Nashville.