The biggest trend this year has been lace wedding dresses.
The catwalk has been draped in vintage and modern styles, Guipure appliques, black Chantilly, delicate French eyelash lace and embellished creations.
Illusion necklines have been huge and continue into 2015.
This gives the designer, when creating lace wedding dresses, more scope in terms of overlaying the lace and allows the wearer to show a little skin while still appearing modest.
The delicate open-weave fabric can make up panels of a dress, such as our Serena dress, which features panels of lace sewn onto a swishy satin skirt or can accentuate features such as the neckline, such as our Princess Kate dress (above left) or the back, such as our Sydney dress, which features an low illusion back (above right).
Not just confined to embellishments, an entire dress can be made from lace, if it is well lined, such as our Sydney dress.
There are many types, such as heavy linen Alencon, handmade Chantilly lace, which is usually in black and Guipure (my favourite) which is often used as motifs laid out on mesh net.
View our collection of lace wedding dresses here.