Post # 1
My dress has a chantilly lace edge on the bottom, but the veil I bought is more of a corded lace. For reference, the chantilly lace has a delicate floral design where the veil has a thicker look. Is it ok to mix lace? I bought the veil as a sample because I didn’t want to spend $400 on a chantilly lace veil or risk buying a veil online unseen. Also, I plan on attaching the mantilla veil to a comb and wearing it further down than a mantilla for the ceremony only. Does anyone have any ideas or pics of this?
Post # 3
@pombridelv: It doesn’t bother me, but I’m not an expert! Beautiful dress btw!
Post # 4
@pengoala: thank you! You made me feel better. My mother told me the same thing. 🙂
Post # 5
I cn tell but its nt a big deal still gorgeous… I’m a lace fanatic tho so to the untrained eye the veil and dress will b seamless
Post # 6
I love it. It will look beautiful. I have one kind of lace on my dress and my lace fascinator will have another type.
Post # 7
I’m not usually a big fan of lace, but that dress is gorgeous!! I can’t even tell that it’s a different type of lace. Plus, I’m sure you’ll look so stunning on your wedding day that nobody will even think to look if the lace matches!
Post # 8
it’s totally fine! my dress, veil, and bolero were all lace and none of them matched. i didn’t really care and i don’t think anyone could tell the difference anyway 🙂