Pinning fingers at the ready! If you’re planning a vintage-style wedding, browse these beautiful lace wedding dresses and find the perfect gown to suit your bridal style…
Best Lace Wedding Dresses for 2020
Lace is the go-to fabric for vintage-loving brides. It’s the epitome of bridal elegance and it’s still a must-have wedding detail as we head in to 2020.
Forget restrictive all-over lace styles, though. As the new decade approaches, lace is much more light and feminine, with delicate overlays and subtle skirt and bodice embellishments.
You can give lace wedding dresses a modern twist by teaming them with sparkly or oversized pearl accessories, as seen at Sassi Holford. We love the long strings, chunky cuff and simple pearl drop earrings.
Teaming lace with a sexy silhouette will also bring it bang up to date. Look for fabulous fishtail styles to really wow your guests as you walk down the aisle.
Brides that are scared of looking old fashioned should try a simple lace-edged veil. Look for different types of lace – three being used widely in bridal designs this year are…
- Chantilly lace- a handmade bobbin lace featuring a netted background
- Alencon lace – an ornate needle lace with a floral design on a sheer net and…
- Venice lace – a much heavier type of lace, with a needlepoint design featuring floral bunches, foliage, or other patterns
Lace Wedding Dress Inspiration
Lace Wedding Dress Inspiration
Lace Wedding Dress Styles
Not only is lace a perfect wedding dress material for those looking for the vintage look, it also gives wedding dresses that extra oomph with its detailing and delicate touch.
It’s a choice suitable for every season given its layered yet light effect – so you just can’t go wrong with a classic, lace wedding dress!
Lace Wedding Dresses With Straps
This Henley lace wedding dress by Enzoani has a modern, fun and flirty feel, yet its lacey layer gives it that vintage elegance that brides love so much.
Not to mention the beaded straps and pearl buttons! Add a embroidered or beaded headpiece and you’ve got yourself a gorgeous 1920s-looking bride.
For those looking for a thicker strap – perhaps the bigger busted brides for that extra support – Honolulu (pictured above) is a beautiful choice!
The combination of lace, tulle and the empire waist oozes timeless elegance making it perfect for brides of all kinds of styles and shapes.
Strapless Lace Wedding Dresses
Enzoani are renowned for their perfect balance of glitz and glam, and what better example than this Hudson dress?
The strapless, sweetheart neckline is accented by intricate beading that trickles down in to the bodice and tulle mermaid skirt.
Looking for a chic and contemporary look? Well, this Jenny lace wedding dress by Enzoani may well be your answer.
The glittering mermaid skirt and scalloped neckline and hemline is a fabulous choice for anyone wanting to feel like a superstar on their big day.
Lace Wedding Dresses With Capped Sleeves
This Jaime lace wedding dress is a real showstopper – the beaded lace bodice and skirt gives it that vintage wow factor, and the matching capped sleeves are just the cherry on top, being super on-trend for brides in 2019.
Lace Fishtail Wedding Dresses
To brides looking for something a bit different on their wedding day, we’d like to introduce you to the gorgeous Judy dress by Enzoani.
The subtle fishtail and beaded bodice accentuate in a way that make it a slimming, as well as stunning wedding dress.
Beautiful by Enzoani
Don’t want full sleeves of heavy lace? Try this style from the Beautiful collection at Enzoani where the lace creates an elegant overlay with wide sleeves at the top.
Perfect if you want to cover your shoulders for a church ceremony.
This style is much more subtle in its use of lace with its delicate pattern scattered from the bodice, right down to the gentle fishtail skirt.
Adding a sheer cover-up with a sparkly brooch brings this retro bridal look instantly up to date.
If you don’t want a full-on lace look try a wrap or bolero like this one from Trudy Lee.
The perfect way to keep the winter chill at bay, this clever cover-up will also help change your look from day to night.
Celebrating their centenary this year, UK designers Ellis Bridals have re-imagined some of their most popular silhouettes, and given them a contemporary twist.
This regal-looking design is simply awesome mixing two top trends in one, with a fifties-style skirt and full lace sleeves.
Here’s an example of heavier lace being used to great effect.
Justin Alexander has been experimenting with different types of lace for 2013 with impressive results.
The fabric is embellished with pearls here and teamed with a sheer overlay on the neckline – one of our favourite lace wedding dresses ever!
Proving that a lace wedding dress can still be sexy, Charlotte Balbier’s Delila mixes a figure-hugging silhouette with long lace sleeves.
Finish it with a string of chunky pearls and you have a fresher, younger and sexier take on the traditional lace gown.
Ian Stuart’s new Glitterarti design may be more slimline than some of his creations. But the dramatic detail is still present in the form on embellished lace. This sparkling overlay will have you twinkling all the way down the aisle!
Layering lace is also big news for 2019 and Maggie Sottero’s Lena gown does this to perfection.
A lace layer is covered with a sheer overlay, giving just a hint of the lace underneath. Lace almost delicately edges the small cap sleeves.
The sparkly brooch gives it a modern finishing touch and is perfect for most lace wedding dresses.