Post # 1
Now that my dress has come in I wanted to start looking for veils.. when I first tried on the sample, they put a super cute cathedral veil with a small lace edging on me.. It was $500, I will NOT spend this much on a veil I will wear a total of 1 1/2 hours at the most (that’s a little hypocritcal especially because I essentially paid that much for my dress.. regardless.. what do you guys think would go best? I’m definitly looking for a cathedral but don’t know what edge, and where to find one.
The sample here is a paloma blanca veil.
Post # 3
I’m no help on the veil issue (mine is a birdcage veil from a local veil boutique), but I just had to say that dress looks stunning on you!!
Post # 5
I saw a make your own cathedral viel flyer at Hobby Lobby the other day..also I know that Jo Ann has veil patterns if you are semi-crafty and want to try to make your own. I also know JoAnns sells lace for edging as well. Hope this helps…good luck to you!
Post # 6
I too am in the same predicament. I have posted a few times about where to find cathedral veils and it seems to me that most bees use glamgal.com or etsy. A few have also recommended Occansey veils as well. Good luck! There are so many versions out there. The veil you have on is lovely, but if you want to save money… consider a veil with only lace at the bottom or no embellishments at all. With the detail of your dress, you could definitely get away with a simple raw edge cathedral or perhaps a thin corded edge whether it be silk tulle or bridal illusion. You look beautiful in that dress. 🙂
Post # 7
recycledbride is a website where brides sell their wedding stuff after their event if your open to it check it out and see if you can find a deal! (or the classifieds on weddingbee)