Post # 1
I fell in love with this fascinator, and am drawn to the veil too. Purchased it from Etsy and am in talks about that netting.
Everyone seems to think a birdcage veil with my dress would be perfect. I do, too, but for some reason, I want something a little softer and pretty. Birdcage veils are lovely and normally totally my style, but for some reason the idea of this kind of tulle blusher appeals to me too.
Is it crazy to want to wear a tulle blusher like that with the yellow fascinator? Could clip them in similar areas. Here’s my dress on another bride. Birdcage veil, of course!
Oh I guess I like both looks. Also, I’m growing my hair out, but it’ll never be long enough to do this, which I also think would be gorgeous…
I won’t _really_ be a three-hairpiece bride, although there are so many lovely looks out there!!! I’m just interested in your thoughts about this… How did you decide which veil look was best for you?
Post # 3
I think the tulle blusher will look great and soften the overall look. I love the fascinator – beautiful colors.
Post # 4
I don’t want to disagree since I think you are set on the tulle, but I don’t think it will look good with the fascinator. It seems like it’s from two different eras.
Post # 5
@mwitter80: Disagree away! 🙂
Post # 6
I really love the first fascinator. I think the little bit of embroidered flower detail will pick up nicely on the flowers on your dress. I’m just wondering if you could ask the Etsy seller to dye them to match the colour of the flowers on your dress so it’s not white vs ivory (the dress looks ivory to me, correct me if I’m wrong!).
Post # 7
@bakerella: That’s a good idea! I actually have a friend at home who can do the dying for me if I need it. I think the color is called “natural” which is sort of inbetween ivory and white. Everything in the description of the fascinator is described as “ivory” or “yellow” – I wonder if the photo makes it seem whiter? I’ll check. Thanks!