Post # 1
I’m getting my dress from DB but their veil selections really leave something to be desired. Searching “bridal veils” on Google brings up about eight kazillion results and I have no idea where to start looking!
Where did you get your veil from? And post a picture if you want!
Post # 3
I highly suggest glamgal.com. She has stunning veils and can custom order make about anything. Anne is amazing to work with and is probably the sweetest person I got to work with through my whole 2 year wedding process. I still send emails back and forth to her.
Post # 4
@Kant: Do you have a friend that you could borrow one from? That is what I did, which made the veil very meaningful…and, of course, my “something borrowed”.
Post # 5
@tksjewelry: Checking that site out, thanks!
@melisslp: I wish I did! That would be doubly great because the only “something” I don’t have is my something borrowed haha.
Post # 6
I didn’t want a veil at first, but it was something that my parents really wanted and we actually ended up getting one from Hobby Lobby :-P. Nothing overly fancy, but worked well enough for the 30 minutes that it was on. It was just a curly-edged veil, which I thought was fun. Good luck!
This was the box image 🙂
And here is a not-so-great photo. It actually turned out to be very pretty!
Post # 7
etsy! from bellabridalveils.
Post # 8
Borrowed from my sister-in-law…originally from David’s Bridal, I believe. Sorry, not much help there.
Post # 9
I got mine from Etsy! I wanted scattered crystals and all the ones I saw in bridal stores were around $1000!!! So I got the exact same thing for about $100 from Etsy. Highly recommend it!
Post # 9
I got mine from a shop on ebay. It actually ended up coming from someone literally like two blocks away which was kind of a strange coincidence. I can’t think of the name of it now, so that’s not much help, but it was only $20 and surprisingly good quality. It was a very simple 3 tier unfinished edge veil. There are also tons of them on Etsy that are beautiful for a much better price than you will find in a bridal shop. Just check out the ratings and you should be pretty safe ordering online.
Post # 10
Got my Pronovias veil from a bridal boutique. The veil I want has two layers, but I only want one layer. They were able to remove one layer and charge half price.
Post # 12
I got mine from etsy. the seller was: http://www.etsy.com/shop/simplebeautyveils
She does beautiful work and the one I bought looked identical to the one I tried on at the boutique where I bought my dress (minus the $350 price tag…)
Post # 13
I got mine at alfred angelo. If i couldn’t find one locally i’d definitely try etsy!
Post # 14
I bought mine from etsy and the seller allowed to to customize it:)
@shushu1208:Don’t take this the wrong way, but I was surprised that came from a box. It’s beautiful! Way better than dishing out a couple hundred dollars!
Post # 15
@JewishBride: Haha it’s okay. I didn’t want a veil at first but it was very important for my mother. We were actually going to have a friendor make one, but it was 1/3 the price for a similar design. Granted it isn’t the best quality tulle available for the veil, but it didn’t matter to me too much since it was only on for 30 minutes at the most. And I felt pretty in it
@Tswife4ever: Wow, you made that? Gorgeous!