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Written by Lucy Leaper Last updated: July 11, 2015
Vintage lace has been a popular trend within the bridal industry for several years and there is no sign of it going anywhere soon! From wedding dresses, to cakes and wedding invitations, lace has been used to create a romantic, elegant and timeless look.
Your wedding invitation sets the mood and theme of the wedding, giving your guests a taster of what to expect on the day. If vintage lace is going to be featured in your wedding, check out our favourite vintage lace invitations and the wedding dresses to match!
This striking gatefold invitation has been laser embossed to create a stunning floral design. With matching place cards and thank you cards, the design can be featured throughout your wedding from start to finish.
Choosing a vintage lace invitation that matches your bridal gown will tie together the different aspects of your wedding to create cohesive styling. This particular invite would work beautifully with a wedding dress that features a slightly heavier, bold lace design.
For couples looking for a more subtle design, this vintage lace invitation offers just that. This card features a frame like front, with a delicate laser embossed lace pattern which would work perfectly for a bride who has a bridal gown featuring a key hole back.
The Pearl Romance wedding invite features a regal style laser cut lace design, finished with a single tear drop crystal. If you are going for the ‘princess look’ on your wedding day with lace and sparkles, this card will echo the tone beautifully. Think ballgown wedding dress with crystal and bead embellished lace.
With its gatefold front and intricately cut out lace trim with curved edges, this wedding invitation design is effortlessly stunning. If you are planning to wear a lace trimmed veil or gown, this stationary set will continue the theme throughout the wedding.
Alternatively you could feature actual lace on your stationary by making them yourself or customising a simple invite design with a lace trim.