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I’m looking to buy a simple, fingertip length veil with a blusher. The store where I bought my dress sells them, but for more money than I have in my veil budget! Just wondering if anyone has had a good experience with any online retailer (or store in NYC). I’m hoping to spend less than $100…
Thanks for your help!
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Check out some of your local craft stores, they usually have a pretty good variety and a lot of them aren’t DIY. If not try looking for a used one.
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etsy!! I got mine for 42 dollars!
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I made mine for less than $10. The blusher was fingertip length while the back went trailed with my dress. It’s so simple and there are directions all over the internet.
Post # 9
I bought my chapel length veil from ebay, $14 including shipping. It works for me!
This shop also has inexpensive veils too. I bought my dress garment bag from them, and they were pretty good.
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I’ve heard many brides who have had a great and budget-friendly experience with Occansey Designs , an online retailer.
I’m in NYC and wanted something slightly more customized (two layer elbow length mantilla with embellished chantilly lace) and had my veil made by Robin Mayer of Boutique de Voile . I loved what she created but my veil cost a bit more than Occansey. If you’re in the city and want to try on veils in person, there is a place in the East Village that sells off the rack and custom-made veils–Bridal Veil Falls on East 9th street. I have no idea what pricing is, but the store is adorable!
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I went the etsy route too: http://www.etsy.com/shop/simplebeautyveils
She does custom orders, ships quickly, and her prices are totally reasonable (best prices I’ve seen on Etsy).
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I also used SimpleBeautyVeils on Etsy and was very happy. Mine was a simple fingertip veil.
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Marisol Aparicio has great stuff on Esty. Cheap, pretty and quick shipping.
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I cannot recommend Occansey Designs enough! I ordered two veils from them. Both were exactly what I ordered, very reasonably priced ($60 for plain cut edge cathedral and about $65 for a fingertip length veil with beading around the edge). They both arrived about 10 days after I ordered them. There’s also M&J Trimmings, on 6th Avenue and like 39th street; they seem to have a good selection, although I can’t speak for their pricing.
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wedding-veil.com I thought that spending a ton was insane too for a veil! I had great luck with this company. They will send you fabric samples, they have tons of designs to choose from, and in the end if you still aren’t happy you can return even custom orders. They are located stateside and you will have your veil in a few days.