Post # 1
I posted my completed project a few weeks ago but now I’m re-thinking it. How I had the veiling attached before kind of squishes my hair and bangs down and I’m not sure it’s the best option.
Here it is before:
Here it is with the veil attached so it sort of floats above the flowers/band, instead of under it:
And here it is with no veiling:
(I got lazy and didn’t blur my face in these. Oh well!)
What do you think? Which option is best? Or should I try it another way? Thanks!
Post # 3
Personally I love pics 1 & 2, but voted pic 2 cos you said it was less restricitive on your hair etc.
Post # 4
I think having the veil over and under are both cute! I personally like it with the veil instead of without, but the first and second pics are both cute =o)
Post # 6
Honestly they’re both pretty!
Once it’s attached (like in the second pic), is it there for good? Or can you take it on and off as you please?
I ask because you could wear it for the ceremony, and then ditch the veil later on if you get sick of it.
How on earth did you make that?!
Everyone on here is way more creative than I am.
Post # 7
@the_future_mrs: Thanks! Once I attach it, it will stay on – I’ll sew it. However, I guess I could rip it off between ceremony and reception if I really wanted to!
As for making it, I ordered the fabric flowers and velvet ribbon from etsy, and then just hot-glued the flowers on in a row basically. The netting I cut into a sort of oval shape and gathered the edges (with a needle and thread) so that it had a bit of volume. It was really easy actually!
Post # 8
I like it under, so you can really see the pretty flowers, but only so it covers your face, and not the back of your head. it looks too much like a kerchief to me.
Post # 9
@MissNoodles: Interesting! I’ll experiment with that.
Post # 10
@MissNoodles: that looks better. kinda looked like a hairnet with the veiling on the other side of the flowers
Post # 11
over for the ceremony and remove it for the reception!
Post # 12
I kinda liked the second pic bc like you said, it didn’t flatten out your hair.