Post # 1
I’m on the hunt for a great place to order a veil. I tried one at our bridal shop that was a little longer than chapel length with double crystals that was over $500. Which is a bit much for me especially for just a veil. I’m willing to give up the crystals but is there a place that I could find something with a similar feel without it being so pricey?
Post # 3
You may want to try http://www.veilshop.com they sell a bunch of nice veils along with hair pieces too. Good Luck!
Post # 4
You could check out craigslist and the e-bay tons of people buy ones and then never use them – like me and one of my wedding dresses! LOL You may be able to save big on someone else’s mistake 🙂
Just a thought.
Post # 5
I’ve decided to make my own veil (therefore, no crystals, because I’m not insane :-), but before I decided, I was eyeing this place:
I wouldn’t say they’re the cheapest place on the web, but they do have some beautiful and unusual crystal and bead veils for reasonable prices.
Also has some beautiful lace-embellished veils for reasonabel prices.
Post # 6
I second weddingveil – good quality and great prices. I ordered three and was able to send two back for a refund.
Post # 7
- Wedding: January 2019 - catherdral ceremony/private club reception
I used obridal.com, and I was very happy with what I received – Cathdral length, with satin ribbon trim for approx. $75!
Post # 8
i’ve had a wonderful experience with http://www.occanseydesigns.com. kathy was awesome to work with and i had a custom made extended fingertip gown with scalloped edges and beading for less than $100. her online gallery is very extensive to help you choose the exact drop, shape, sillouette of your perfect veil. we went back and forth perfecting the details and i was just shocked at the prices. good luck!
Post # 9
Thanks for all your help guys. I do have another question though. Is there a difference between swarovski crystals on a veil and swarovski rhinestones? Just wondering because several websites use different words. Thanks again!
Post # 10
They are both crystals. It’s just a difference in shape. Rhinestones are usually flat backed stones that you secure to the fabric with glue (heat set)or needle and thread when they have a hole in them. Some crystals are beads(2 holes), some are pendants(1 hole), but they’re all from the same family. I love them all…!!