Post # 1
I bought alfred angelos 2102 in SEASHELL and i have no idea if i should buy a white veil or an ivory veil!! If any bee has any clue, please let me know, i bought ivory garters, and they look kinda yellowish next to my dress. but it might just be that companies “ivory” may be a yellower ivory than most…
Post # 3
If you are able to I would get a swatch that matches your dress to take shopping with you. Every company/designer has a different idea on what shade “ivory” is. Some seem to have a yellow base while others have a tan/creamy colored base.
ETA: I’m not sure what “seashell” looks like in person so I don’t know if a white veil would cause too much contrast or not.
Post # 4
I thought for sure that my dress would need a white veil instead of “ivory” since it was just barely off-white, but the ivory veil made SUCH a difference–the white one ended up looking cheap and making my dress look dirty. Not all ivorys are created equal, though, so I’d definitely take your dress along when you go to look at veils. Have you heard of the designer Sara Gabriel? She makes fabulous veils in ivory, diamond white, and true white–absolutely love her work as it’s so fresh and clean!
Post # 5
Good advice ladies, i also came upon a couple veils called champagne, and cream… which are also options… seashell is like a pearl color… its hard to explain. Gorgeous, but frustrating to match!!!