(Closed) Tear in veil! How to fix?

posted 11 years ago in Accessories
Post # 18
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH!!! I was totally picturing the scene in my head but with blurred faces!  I can sleep easy tonight haha

Post # 19
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Bumble bee

Honestly, I don’t think anyone will be looking that closely.  If someone does, just say, “Oh no!” and move on.  You’re lucky to have “something borrowed”!

Post # 20
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2009

Maybe try using my favorite product E6000.  I swear I should buy stock in the company.  I love that stuff!

Post # 21
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Wannabee

After 23 years of designing and creating wedding veils, we have discovered that typically it is best left alone.  The glue can show up and then you have a tear as well as glue spots.  I’ve never heard of a tear running, although if it gets caught it could rip further.  I wish I had a better answer for you!

Post # 23
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Wannabee

@Gilneas – I can see where this would happen.  You’ve done exactly the right thing then!  Just relax about it-I’m sure nobody will notice, and if they do and are bothered by it-they need to get a life!  lol 

 

What matters most is that you are marrying the love of your life and you feel beautiful while doing it!

Post # 24
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Wannabee

The best thing you can do is support the veil, which will mean that the hole will not get caught and therefore made any bigger. If the whole veil is very weak, you can line the whole veil to add support so that it can be used again.To support the veil I would use conservation net and for small holes, darn over it. It would be a visible repair it is worth doing to keep it in good condition.

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