(Closed) veil advice for Vera Wang Eliza

posted 7 years ago in Accessories
  • poll: What should my cathedral length veil with blusher be made from?

    Original option: bridal illusion sewn to comb

    English net, drop style

    Silk Tulle, drop style

    other, please leave a comment, i love your input!!

  • Post # 17
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    Worker bee

    Your dress is stunning. I would go with a silk tulle. I think it would look beautiful with your gown and I’ve never seen a silk tulle bunch. 

    Post # 18
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    Buzzing bee

    I’m a waiting-bee, so I don’t have any veil advice, but your dress is stunning! I’ve been in love with the Eliza forever.

    Post # 20
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    Worker bee
    • Wedding: July 2014

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    @ilovegreenbeans:  You look gorgeous in your dress! Eliza was my original dream dress, but sadly I looked like a sack of potatoes in it when I tried it on. Silk tulle (as well as the slightly less expensive english net) are both gorgeous, but I’m worried also that it might stick to your dress since your dress has many layers/tulle. I know you said you wanted cathedral length, but this bride from SMP looks pretty awesome in her Eliza and ?Elbow length veil! 

    Let us know what you decide!

    Post # 22
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    Worker bee
    • Wedding: July 2014

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    @ilovegreenbeans:  Check out the link below – I’m normally not a fan of the veil below the updo look, but I have to say this bride looks truly gorgeous. There’s even a video at the bottom – I hope I dance as gracefully in my ball gown!

    Catherine and Jimmy’s Wedding, The Resort at Pelican Hill Newport Coast

    As far as returning a veil – I doubt any place will let you do that. But often if you commit to buy from a place, they might give you a lender piece for your hair trial. 

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