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.

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

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.

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

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

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.

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

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

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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