Lace is undoubtedly one of the most gorgeous fabrics out there and this inspiration board captures its beauty. I especially love when lace is used in unconventional ways, like on a cake, in a bouquet or on top of a wedding invitation. I may be partial though, since most of my wedding incorporates this feminine feature. What do you all think? Love or hate?
Daily Archives: October 12, 2010
I am in love, friends and followers, with a pair of shoes so amazing I can’t imagine living any longer without them on my feet and in my closet. These gorgeous shoes were made for me and my wedding, I’m sure of it. They have a vintage, old South, 1940’s vibe and are made entirely of a gorgeous ivory lace, which will match the bodice of my wedding gown perfectly. And, to top it off, they have a stunning, hand-made rosette perfectly situated right on top. [Ya’ll know how I feel about rosettes]. So what is standing in the way of me owning these amazing, absolutely perfect booties? I don’t know where to find them! I came across them while searching for vintage wedding photographs for my latest inspiration board and I can’t seem to find the designer or who the photographer is! Apart from this being a normal #tuesdayshoesday post, it’s also a plea for help finding where I can buy these gorgeous shoes, or at least find the owner so I can bribe them with money, lots and lots of money.
For more great #TuesdayShoesday picks, visit Swatchbook Weddings,Postcards and Pretties, Niche White, Enchanted Dream Weddings & Affairs, The Demoiselle, Superburbs, Ruby and Willow, Lemon Bride, Big Day for 10k, Peach Bride, Little Miss Bride to Be, Marry You Me, Brancoprata and Meant to be Sent.