Lovely Lace

photo by Corbin Gurkin

Lace has long been associated with all things lovely- brides have been wearing so many types of lace in so many ways on their gowns for as long as there have been brides. So, it’s only natural that the love for lace would spill over into wedding paper designs. Often time inspired by the particular gown, we wanted to spread the love for the many ways we have used lace designs. Above, die cut lace belly bands replace a traditional inner envelope.  The reply card is backed in a custom lace pattern, and a touch of lace is used on the reply cards… Even the calligraphy here has a bit more of a “frill”…

photo by Corbin Gurkin

For the same client, the lace belly bands are used as a focal design on the place settings.

photo by Corbin Gurkin

For this bride who wanted a traditional wedding with fresh details, a lace “folder” was used to hold all of the wedding invitation accompaniments. This lace pattern was inspired by the lace sleeves on her dress.

photo by Liz Banfield

For our pretty and feminine Texas wedding client, a pretty die cut belly band just seemed like the perfect compliment to this set.

 photo by Virgil Bunao

This bride wanted vintage all the way… lace was used all throughout the wedding design, so we created a custom lace envelope liner and instead of calligraphied names on the inner envelope, antique lace tied hand lettered tags…

Lace is classic, traditional, but modern at the same time… We forsee much more lace in our future!

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