Join Bridal Fabrics at Textile Forum!

Textile Forum is billed as 'London’s most exclusive twice-yearly luxury fashion fabric show for designers who want to be inspired.' Bridal Fabrics will be showcasing our unparalleled collection of wedding lace and fabrics at the event, where our new range will also be available to browse.

The brand new bridal fabrics we will be showcasing at Textile forum include:

Ainslee: Ivory Embroidered Lace

For pure, unadul­te­rated opulence and extra­vag­ance, this magnificent embroidered lace is hard to beat. Onto an ivory tulle base of superlative quality, the designer of this spectacular wedding fabric has embroidered a large-scale series of visually-compelling flowers, each of which is dramatically embellished with sequins and beads. Stunning!

Ivory Beaded and Embroidered Lace - Ainslee

Serenella: Ivory Beaded Lace

Another extravagant bridal lace, Serenella is embellished with exquisite beadwork. The elegant floral design stretches from one edge across three quarters of the fabric, before giving way to petite feminine motifs.

Ivory Beaded Embroidery Lace - Serenella

Glint: Ivory Sequinned Tulle

This ivory tulle has been lovingly embroidered to create a lattice of beautiful diamond shapes, each measuring just 2cm in length. At the inter­sec­tions of the lines that form these diamonds, a single colourless sequin has been added to create a visual aesthetic that is at once subtle and striking.

Ivory Sequinned and Embroidery Tulle - Glint (Close Up)

Mikado: Polyester Mikado

A heavyweight fabric designed to create wonderfully structured gowns, Mikado has previously been available from Bridal Fabrics exclusively in Ivory or White. We are excited to announce that a new palette of colour options is now available, including Mink, Blush and Salvia.

Polyester Mikado Fabric

We'd love to see you at textile Forum in London but, if you can't make it, you can still enjoy checking out any of our wedding fabrics: simply order a free sample of your favourites from the product pages.

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