Looking Back: A Classic Lace Touch

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Dramatic lace detailing at the sleeves or hems of dresses were a lovely way to lend a genteel accent to dresses in the old days.

We especially love lace applications spilling elegantly out of a sleeve, or down the back of a dress. For this event, we tied lace and flowers to the back of dining chairs, letting both flow down towards the floor.

Do you have any new ways to use lace?

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  • http://www.myfleurjourney.blogspot.com Yvonne

    Stunning chairback and table setting!! I am quite addicted to lace lately, not exactly new ways, I tied lace around stems of bridal bouquet, around glass vases for altar arrangements and also around this small wood tray I used for makng wedding ring pillow… I will love to try using lace as a table runner with champagne or baby pink satin underneath or as wrapping for gifts.

  • http://www.silverleafevent.com Navjot Kaur

    I believe in creativity having no boundaries. The lace that is being used in the above design is sign of aristocracy and reminds me of Royal British Empire dominating the fashion and style back in 1900.

    How about framing the bear grass into the lace with pearls as a base and then incorporating the flowers as accent! I love the glamour that the linen adds to the theme.

  • http://www.kathybinns.webs.com Kathryn Binns

    So stylish – lace and silk together. Have all the chairs at the event been done like this?

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