Kansas City based designer Emily Brown has a deep appreciation and enthusiasm for creating beauty. Her passion for serving her customers in a sincere and heartfelt manner is what drove her to finally turn her vision into reality and bring her designs to life. When you are making a purchase as intimate and emotional as a wedding dress, Brown believes you should not have to compromise

Her line developed organically to accommodate her customers that wanted a completely custom gown. Brown lives on a small farm outside of Kansas City with her 4 kids and husband. She loves Jesus and a sweet moscato. 


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We love our #forever lace brides. So in honor of them, their children, nieces, nephews,  flowergirls and our grandaughter Eliza, We will give a percentage of total sales for the National Bridal Sale Day but also will give a percentage of all flowergirl dresses sold each month to Batson Children's Hospital. 

Lace,A Southern Elegance Bridal Experience, is a family owned business "in true Mississippi giving nature" dedicated to giving  back to the community and world we live in. - We searched for designers who had a strong philanthropic mantra. We brainstormed about the possibilities and  decided that  Maybe you can't change the whole world, but you can surely change the world for someone. So that is what we have decided to do! Tommy and I  are super excited to announce two major developments at Lace Bridal Experience. We will be pairing with Blair E. Baton Children's Hospital by giving a percentage of sales during the National Bridal Sale each year as well as a percentage of our monthly flower girl sales.

Lace Bridal Will also be supporting

 Ohara Bridal with a percentage of sales going to support the children in the orphanage in India. Tommy and I will also be giving a percentage of all Emmaline sales to this great cause. Partnering with Rescue and Restore, a shelter serving and saving street kids in the slum huts in Chennai, India.

@batsonchildrenshospital #mississippimiracles

#hartforhumanity