Lace fabrics have had a significant presence in the wedding industry for many centuries. A prestigious fashion statement such as lace would have historically been a signal of wealth and decree. Who wouldn’t want to feel like royalty on their wedding day? Kate Middleton’s elegant long lace sleeves sparked a growing interest in lace inspired bridal-wear in 2011, and its popularity has been growing ever since.
Lace inspired jewellery, however, has recently taken the bridal accessory scene by storm. Interweaving patterns and intricate designs are the perfect accompaniment to a lace veil or embellished wedding dress. Irrespective of whether your bridal dress has Alencon, Chantilly or Venice lace, we have something here for you!
This Mona Lisa silver ring with a champagne colour diamond is a romantic, filigree inspired piece. Like Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, this piece really does follow you around the room. This is a ring with an undeniable presence and majestic feel.
Top tip: Style this ring alongside the Mona Lisa Silver Pendant to ensure a seamless look.
Brigitte Adolph Jewellery Design | Mona Lisa Silver Pendant | £254.00
Ombre wedding dresses have been popping up a lot this past year, and brides are diverging more and more from the traditional white wedding. These Lace Silver Turandot Ombre Earrings are one-of-a-kind, and are suitable for a bride who wishes to bridge the gap between dyed fabric and divine jewellery. The smooth transition from silver to shades of rose gold plating make this a piece that can easily be worn for a variety of different colour schemes.
Top tip: Ensure that the pattern of lace on your dress matches a similar pattern on the jewellery. After all, it’s the small touches that count!
Brigitte Adolph Jewellery Design | Lace Silver Turandot Ombre Earrings| £360.00
The Rose Gold Lace Edge Open Cuff Bangle by Murkani Jewellery is inspired by Moroccan textile designs, and has a series of intricate and repetitive patterns that are reminiscent of lace. Elegant, enchanting and contemporary are words synonymous with this piece. This bangle would suit a bohemian, vintage, modern or festival theme. After all, lace is timeless, and will never be confined to any one style.
Top tip: Don’t be afraid to pick bold jewellery pieces for your wedding day. A chunky bangle or statement necklace would be an ideal match for an understated dress.
Murkani Jewellery | Rose Gold Lace Edge Open Cuff Bangle | £533.00
Last, but definitely not least, the White Gold & Diamond Lace Collar Necklace by Katherine Whipple has been expertly handcrafted in 18kt white gold and is inspired by the intricacy of detailed lace patterns. This show-stopping piece will adorn your neck with a regal sparkle and shimmer.
Top tip: This piece would suit a dress or veil that incorporates a heavier corded lace.
Katherine LeGrand Custom Goldsmith | White Gold & Diamond Lace Collar Necklace | £172,726.00
Have you loved this wedding lace trend? Find out how to style lace jewellery everyday here. Decide whether to go classic or contemporary, and read about how you can make lace-inspired pieces wearable for any occasion.