Post # 1
I ordered a veil off a very popular seller on Etsy, whose name I won’t mention. The first time it came, there were a couple small “holes” in it, where the tulle was coming apart from the satin trim around the edge. I wasn’t too happy with that, so I wrote to her and she apologized and sent me a new one. Well I just got the new one today… and there were WAY more little rips all around the seams! So disappointing! I’m asking for a refund, which I’m sure she will give. But it feels crappy to get so excited when something comes in the mail, and have it damaged every time!
Anyway, long story short: I NEED YOUR VEIL SELLER RECOMMENDATIONS! If anyone has had a great experience getting a veil off etsy, please share who your seller was, and please let me know that it’s actually possible to receive a veil where the seam isn’t coming apart all over the veil!
Post # 3
Have you thought of trying to make it? Veils are not too hard to make, I did mine 🙂
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Post # 5
@missapis: Definitely not a seamstress over here! I’d prefer to buy 🙂
Post # 6
I bought my embelleshed veil for $17 off Ebay and it’s perfectly fine! DEFinitely work the money I’m saving! It’s the main veil seller on ebay
Post # 7
I would highly recommend glamgal.com. Anne is awesome to work with and she should be able to get you what you want if you email her right away.
I also recommend occanseydesigns.com – alot of my friends have gotten veils from her as well as quite a few bees.
I did make my own for $2 if you are looking for something simple that is no sew.
Post # 8
Have you seen the veils sold on Etsy by Joyous Illusions? That shop has pretty ones and lots of wonderful feedback.
Post # 9
how important is the veil?- because- and dont laugh- walmarts have them in the wedding do-dad aisle – and who will ever know?