Wedding Accessories. Published at Monday, May 14th 2018, 10:34:00 AM by Connie.
Burlap and lace wedding is a concept that must be really well-prepared. Usually, people who chose this concept are those who love the natural atmosphere of the countryside. These two materials have very distinctive texture when used as decorations for your wedding. Burlap fabric has hard and heavy texture. Its fabric is suitable for making welcoming posters to greet the guests. The fabric is the same as the basic material of sack, but in the modern era, it is designed more beautifully and softly. Meanwhile, lace is widely used as material for a wedding dress or headpieces for the bride.
The Applications of Burlap and Lace Wedding
Actually, there are a lot of wedding accessories that can use burlap as the basic materials. Not only as a welcoming poster, but it also can be used as a coating material of stalk bouquet that carried by the bride and the bridesmaids. Burlap can also be used as complement accessories the decor of your wedding invitation. It is made into a sweet little ribbon and sticks it on the top corner of your invitation. In addition, this fabric can also be additional material in the bridesmaid shoes decoration. Choose bright colors like orange to make the unique texture of its material more visible.
Lace Wedding Dress
Lace is most often used as a complement to the bride's dress. It gives an effect of expand and sag. When designed properly, it will create the tremendous accents. Therefore, there are a lot of women who want to apply lace on some parts of their dresses like an illusion to cover arms and chest. It will provide a transparent display that can make guests curious. In addition, many veils are also made of lace that soft and light. Choose a white lace if you want to show the impression of pure and sincere marriage.
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