PHOTOS: 10 Ways to Use the Lacy, Lingerie-Inspired Trend In Your Wedding

Underneath it all: Extend this season’s lingerie-inspired gown trend across all your Big Day details for a look that’s delicate and feminine, sexy and sweet.

Ablaze by Ines Di Santo. Photo courtesy of the designer.

Ablaze by Ines Di Santo. Photo courtesy of the designer.

PW-lingerie shoes

Rene Caovilla ivory lace and pearl slingbacks, $1,125 at Neiman Marcus, King of Prussia.

PW-lingerie flowers

Bouquet of nude ‘Quicksand’ roses, peonies, sweet peas, astilbe, white ‘O’Hara’ garden roses, Queen Anne’s lace and deutzia, around $375, created by Robertson’s Flowers, Chestnut Hill.

PW-lingerie plate

L’Objet Alençon gold and platinum salad plate, $132 at Manor Home & Gifts, Rittenhouse.

PW-lingerie invite

Lace-wrapped invitation, $995 for 100 invitations and envelopes at the Papery, Midtown Village.

PW-lingerie earrings

Bernie Robbins Collection diamond lace earrings, $7,390 at Bernie Robbins, multiple locations.


B.Tempt’d by Wacoal bra, $38, and thong, $12, both at Bloomingdale’s, King of Prussia.

PW-lingerie glass

Varga Imperial crystal wineglass, $118 at Bloomingdale’s, King of Prussia.

PW-lingerie candle

Skeem White Axiom fleur de sel candle, $25 with matches at Moon & Arrow, South Philly.

PW-lingerie headpiece

Untamed Petals Pacific hairpiece, $195 at Lovely Bride, Old City.

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This article originally appeared in the fall/winter 2016 issue of Philadelphia Wedding.

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