Post # 1
Okay, so my dress is diamond white and the veil I just purchased is a tulle bubble veil in just normal white. I didn’t think it would be an issue. I wont know until I get the veil I guess, but what do you ladies think? Will it be noticeable to anyone? I think if it is they will be looking an judging too closely…
Post # 3
i doubt it would be noticable, but can’t say for sure since i got a diamond white veil and diamond white dress. That was just because the veil i wanted was in available in diamond white, if it wasn’t, i would have just gotten regular white.
Post # 4
Since tulle is sheer I don’t think it’ll make a huge enough difference
Post # 5
I will tell you my experience! At the salon I tried on an ivory and a white, because those are really the only options. THe ivory looked dirty and the white looked really white if you looked close, but against the dress it looked fine. I ended up making my own veil and did it with white tulle because of this.
Here’s a pic of my diamond white dress and a white veil…
Post # 6
it really depends on the dress and the veil. most are so close you cant tell thought. and honestly i dont think anyone is going to be sitting there going “OMG HER VEIL AND DRESS DONT MATCH!!!!” you could probably get away with wearing it in hot pink and no one would question it
Post # 7
@takemyhand thanks so much for showing me the picture. My veil is made of illusion tulle and is very shear, so I really don’t see it being an issue. You helped reassure me that it wont be a big deal 🙂
Post # 8
It depends I just did my fitting yesterday with my diamond white drss n white veil. It was very noticeable. I have to get another veil 🙁
Post # 9
@RAWR.its.BREN: My dress is also diamond white and my veil is light ivory. I was worried at first about them being different colors, but when I tried them on together, I couldn’t tell at all. The lady at the salon also said that because the veil is so sheer, it’s not noticable.
Post # 10
I had a pure white dress & an ivory hair flower. I actually prefered the contrast as natural white flowers are more “off white” than white (and many brides have white flower bouquets), so I felt that the varying shades would actually bring my look together.