Post # 1
I have never touched a silk tulle veil, but I love the way they look! (Princess Kate!)
I read that you should only have one if it’s “razor cut” at the edges. But then I read somewhere else that it is better to have some type of sewn edging to avoid fraying.
I also dont know where to get a silk tulle veil. What do you guys think about ordering one online? They are about $200 online. Has anyone ordered their veil online?
Post # 3
They feel so nice and i love how they fall! I tryed one on, but i didnt buy a veil yet since i dont have a dress yet. I really liked the cut edge ones, and at least the one i tryed on was not fraying. The material is pretty expensive so it might be hard to find one under 200 (i searched online too!). I tryed on a silk tulle drop veil and it was so beautiful (but not my style).
In the end, its not worth the cost for me since i would only wear a long veil for the inlaws, but if the veil is a priority i say o for it. My consultant said they make very good heirloom pieces since they dont yellow over time like bridal illusion tulle, which is what most veils are made of.
Post # 4
I just ordered one online! I will post an update when I get it!
Post # 5
Hi! I am currently looking for a silk tulle drop veil and I was just wondering where you got yours from and how it ended up being 🙂