(Closed) Off-white veil with a white dress?

posted 4 years ago in Emotional
Post # 2
992 posts
Busy bee


MrsVaccaro:  I’m sorry that this happened (and so close to the wedding, too!) I think that since this is something that is obviously important to you,  (assuming you can afford it) you should buy a new veil. Is there anywhere near you where you could go buy one in person to avoid the stress of ordering one online at such short notice?

Post # 3
472 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2015 - Drury Lane Oakbrook


MrsVaccaro:  Go on etsy and search for a store called abusymother.  Tell her about your situation- she should be able to get a veil rushed to you.  I have bought 2 veils from her and they were less than $50 each.  I ordered mine in light ivory and it definitely was a lighter shade of ivory, so I would assume her white is definitely a true white.

If that fails, take your dress to David’s Bridal and find a veil that matches.

Don’t try to modify your dress because the last seller made a mistake.

Post # 4
338 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2015

MrsVaccaro:  Do you have a picture of the two together?  It could be that it’s not as noticeable as you think.  Otherwise, if you don’t want to wear that one but do want a veil, I’d go to a bridal store and get a plain one off the rack.

Post # 5
2203 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

MrsVaccaro:  do you have any last fittings for your dress? what about a david’s bridal or similar close to you? i bought my veil in about 20 minutes at my bridal salon (they had a ton to choose from that didn’t require ordering), didn’t have to wait for it to come in or anything. i DO think the off white would probably look fine, but it seems like this matters to you a lot and is an easy fix. i would buy another one- it shouldn’t be a problem to find!

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