From its inception in the sixteenth century, right through to the eighteenth century, both women and men were known to wear the openwork decorative web patterns that we now know as lace. On the 10th of February 1840, Queen Victoria married Prince Albert, and she has since been credited with starting the “white wedding” tradition. The type of dress she chose to wear was, in fact, made of lace. Since then, lace wedding dresses have never gone out of fashion and are more on-trend in our current season than ever.
At Timeless Bridal Couture, lace takes centre-stage because of its versatility and intricate beauty. Lace has the ability to make a modern dress look more traditional, a conservative dress more seductive, and a simple dress more elegant. Often thought of as luxurious and tasteful, most brides purposely seek a wedding gown that incorporates lace, because nothing is more alluring than the element of delicate detail. Regardless of your particular style, personality, or body type, Timeless Bridal Couture has more than a few lace wedding dresses that would be the perfect fit for you. To book an appointment, contact us today.