Post # 63
I got married before I knew about the magic of Esty. I ended up paying around $200 for mine, from Alfred Angelo. I think it was a finger-tip length and I did wear it the *entire* time, so I felt like it was worth it. But if I had to do it again, I’d find an Etsy vendor with excellent feedback and prices that aren’t completely mindblowing for a little piece of white fabric.
Post # 64
I had a fingertip length veil. I borrowed it from a friend of mine who got married about 4 months before I did. She paid around $200 for hers! So, she was really happy that it got used more than once 🙂 And I was really happy that I didn’t have to pay! haha
Post # 65
I just wanted something simple that wouldnt take away from my dress. I picked up one for under $30 off Etsy and am totally happy with it.