Emanuelle Junqueira is a Brazilian designer who makes elegant, open-backed lace wedding dresses.
Catering to both modern and traditional brides and their individual style and taste, Anna has
created a diverse mix of stunning gowns paying careful attention to the overall theme of the day,
making it easier to choose what’s right for you.
Laure de Sagazan
This talented Parisian designer brings a breath of fresh air to the wedding industry with an effortless bohemian style.
Nouvelle Collection 2013
Lebanese designer Elie Saab has long been a leading name in haute couture in the Middle East, where his romantic, crystal-encrusted gowns attracted princesses to his Beirut atelier, opened in 1982 when he was just 18 years old. His ready-to-wear line, which launched in 1998 in Milan, heralds the same feminine aesthetic as his couture dresses, with brightly colored silks, chiffons, pearl beading, and embroidered lace. With their Middle Eastern detailing and European sensibility, Saab gowns are also at home on the Hollywood red carpet; Halle Berry famously wore one to pick up her Academy Award in 2002.
Alice Temperley’s timeless, feminine designs combine meticulous detail and embellishments with an English eccentricity and personality.
Claire Pettibone says about her work, “When I design a collection I strive to make a woman feel as special as the delicate creation she is wearing; take her to a enchanted time and place where women are princesses and magnificent goddesses. In today’s modern world we need to pause and indulge in beauty.”
Nothing says over the top elegance quite like Marchesa. Everything they create is just amazing. Every little detail comes together to create one of a kind masterpieces.
Elegant eveningwear, inspired by vintage and Asian influences, defines the Marchesa CoElegant eveningwear, inspired by vintage and Asian influences, defines the Marchesa Collection. The beautifully crafted designs fuse high fashion with an eclectic aesthetic.
Vintage Lace Wedding Dress Inspiration
3rd February 1926: Dancer Edmonde Guydens dancing at the Moulin Rouge nightclub in Paris in a costume made of lace. (Photo by Rahma/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)
American actress Grace Kelly’s wedding dress designed by Helen Rose. She wore it for her marriage to Prince Rainier III of Monaco in 1956.
BRUSSELS MIXED LACE WEDDING GOWN, 1940
Handmade bobbin & Pt de Gaz needle lace c. 1860-1870, possibly a veil remade into wedding gown c. 1940
If you like the 1920s style, I recommend you have a look at another post, 1920s Style Wedding Dress Inspiration
If you really liked 1920s and the vintage style, I recommend you have a look at these blogs. They are fantastic resources for brides looking for vintage wedding inspiration, and ideas for weddings with a vintage feel.