Brussels lace

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fine lace with a raised or applique design

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Her cathedral-length veil of Brussels lace is an heirloom from the bride's grandmother, Mrs.
The bride wore her great aunt's Brussels lace chapel-length veil in ivory that was previously worn by her mother, aunt, and sister.
She carried a hand-tied bouquet of soft peach Juliet roses, accented with creamy white peonies, calla lilies, and lilies of the valley, wrapped with a lace-edged handkerchief and pinned with a vintage Brussels lace brooch, an heirloom of the groom's family.
Her garter was lovingly handmade of Brussels lace from her mother's wedding veil, and a sterling wedding charm given to her by her aunt was attached to the garter with blue satin ribbon.
She carried a bouquet of roses and wore a veil of Brussels lace, an heirloom from her great-grandmother, the late Mrs.
Escorted by her father, the bride wore her mother's wedding gown featuring a bodice of Victorian Brussels lace.
From the empire bodice, the natural waistline was encircled with a wide double-faced satin beige ribbon from which fell the slim, fitted skirt and the Brussels lace chapel-length train edged in scalloped Alencon, borrowed from her aunt The bride wore her mother's pearls, attached to which was a diamond brooch that belonged to her great-grandmother.
As a custom touch, Alencon lace cap sleeves were added The gown was accented at the waist with a wide embellished belt The bride's chapel-length heirloom veil was of Brussels lace and had been worn by her mother.
With her gown, she wore a cathedral-length Brussels lace heirloom veil worn by her mother on her wedding day and a pair of diamond drop earrings, a gift from the groom.
Her double veil of imported heirloom Brussels lace consisted of one chapel length belonging to her mother and a matching fingertip-length veil belonging to her aunt, Carol Barton.
These included an antique bridal handkerchief made of Brussels lace secured by a Victorian scatter pin adorned with a tiny bird surrounded by seed pearls and diamonds.
She wore a cathedral-length veil of Brussels lace that had also been worn by her mother.
She wore her mother's veil of hand-embroidered Brussels lace.
Her heirloom cathedral-length Brussels lace veil has been a tradition in the groom's family since 1954, having been worn by 15 brides including the groom's mother.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore her mother's family heirloom wedding gown and veil of Brussels lace.
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