(Closed) Ivory dress

posted 10 years ago in Accessories
Post # 3
Member
36 posts
Newbee

Likely not the solution you are looking for, but let it go.  You are the only one that is going to notice.  Your wedding is on Saturday and you indicated you don’t have time to get another veil.  Even if you did get a new one, you may end up in the same situation, all fabrics will look different in different light.

If it is so bothersome to you that you can’t let it go, you need to make the time to go get a new veil.  Depending on the type of fabric your veil is, you could also try using a fabric whitener, but in the end, if it doesn’t work you may ruin it and have to buy another.

Post # 4
Member
164 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: April 2009

My dress is slightly lighter than my veil too. I planned it that way on purpose though. I have a cage veil and I feel the darker veil has more of a vintage vibe to it. I dont know what your dress/veil look like.. but from what everyone has told me, if the veil is more ivory… it lends itself to a more classic/vintage look that most people think it has been passed down or is intended to look that way. I honestly wouldnt worry about it.

Most likely like cndbride said, you are the ONLY one who will notice it.. especially on the day of! They will all be overcome with the beauty of the bride, right??

 

GOOD LUCK this weekend!!!! I’m soo excited for you! You will look amazing girl!

Post # 6
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752 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

I’m sure it will look fine. It’s most likely just your eyes playing tricks on you. Enjoy your wedding!!

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