Burlap is the signature fabric of a rustic wedding. It's chic, it's timeless, and it's also incredibly romantic. There's no denying rustic weddings have staying power. These relaxed sophisticated wedding styles can work no matter the time of year. One of the more desirable aspects of having a modern farmhouse wedding theme is the absolute freedom of creativity to mix and match items that tie together perfectly in a unique aspect. This outside-the-box thinking brings us to the dynamic duo that is lace and burlap.
Whether your wedding reception is held in a barn, meadow, backyard, or more a traditional banquet venue, you can add that covetable rustic charm with this gorgeous burlap runner/ribbon with lace trim. The natural jute is a stunning complement to the white lace trim, evoking a whimsy of nostalgia for a simpler time. Lace can be a lovely and sophisticated addition to your reception table decor. This natural jute and lace runner/ribbon is the perfect way to use lace in your wedding to create beautiful rustic wedding table runners or centerpieces and tablescapes. Designing the perfect rustic wedding table is about capturing a look that mimics the simplicity and style of nature. Burlap linen is so rustic and chic, provides great texture, and best of all, is affordable! Its vintage style will give a shabby chic touch to your wedding reception table, bridal shower, farmhouse party, or other special occasions.
NOTE: Natural jute burlap contains lint fibers that can transfer to other surfaces it comes in contact with. For the same look without lint fibers please see our Faux Burlap Collection.
Color: Natural Tan & Lace
Quantity: 1 pc
Condition: Brand new
Materials: 100% Jute & Lace
Dimensions: Approx: 12" x 118" long
Care Instructions: Avoid immersing in water as it may shrink and distort the fabric. Spot clean with cold water and mild detergent. Do not twist, squeeze, or hang dry in the sun. Dry clean for best results. Iron with medium-high heat and a buffer sheet between iron and burlap. Air outside for a minimum of 48 hours or iron repeatedly on low heat to remove natural odor.
(Due to the manufacturing process burlap may have a distinct odor and will need to air out prior to use.)