When you are a bride who loves sparkle, it can be a tempting idea some magical shimmer to every detail of your wedding day look: from your wedding dress, to the jewelry, and even on the veil.
Let's discuss the most common types of beading.
Beading Added to Lace Trims
When it comes to bridalwear, lace is a timeless favorite. Its delicate patterns and intricate designs exude romance and elegance. Now, imagine enhancing this beauty with a touch of sparkle! Custom beading offers a personalized touch, turning a stunning lace design into a true masterpiece.
I can add on custom beading to any one of my lace designs. This is a wonderful way to tie in the sparkle from your dress. I recommend choosing a complimentary style of beading to the beading used on your wedding dress.
1. Glam Beading: Rhinestone
For those seeking a more pronounced sparkle, rhinestone beading is the perfect choice. It catches the light beautifully and adds a touch of glamour to the ensemble.
2. Understated Beading: Clear and Silver Lined Czech Beading
Subtle and understated, this style adds a touch of shimmer without overpowering the lace's intricate details.
3. Timeless Beading: Pearls
I know you have a pearl necklace somewhere in your jewelry box! Pearls have a unique allure that transcends trends and fads. Their natural luster and gentle iridescence have made them a symbol of sophistication throughout history. When strategically placed within lace patterns, pearls can transform a beautiful design into a breathtaking work of art.
For a blend of classic elegance and modern sparkle, consider a combination of pearls and beading. This option offers a unique and eye-catching effect.
Send me some photos of the beading on your gown for a personalized recommendation.