(Closed) Veil color… Please help!

posted 6 years ago in Dress
Post # 5
927 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

you may be able to take it to a dry cleaners to see if they can do it


Post # 6
1068 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: January 2013

Try bleaching it. For 5 bucks, who cares if you ruin it. If youc an’t get it white then you’re not going tow ear it anyway, right?

Post # 7
807 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

if its such a stunning veil why not leave it alone and try on a few ivory dresses? when you see it with a beautiful ivory dress you might just change your mind about white.

Post # 8
107 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

unfortunately I have heard no.  I am wearing my mothers veil which was ivory 30 years ago… but now is more champagne.  Because of this I ended up with a champagne dress rather than a ivory or white.  I looked better in the champagne so it worked out.

Post # 9
3697 posts
Sugar bee

If it’s actually ivory, you may be stuck. Fortunately, you’re only out $5.

Depending on the fabric, you could try bleaching it, but it might not work. If you’re willing to risk it, again, it’s not like you sank a ton of money into it. Or you could always post it to craigslist or another website, or donate it to Brides Against Breast Cancer/Church Street Bridal/a similar organization. (I see you’re in Oregon – I know there’s a really neat one in Portland, but the name escapes me just now).

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