(Closed) Where to buy an inexpensive veil?

posted 4 years ago in Accessories
Post # 2
10336 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2016

etsy has a ton of veils at that price point. That’s where I’m planning on buying mine, once I decide what I want. 

Post # 5
1754 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2016

Yes, Etsy! I got one from BellaBridalVeils for $40 with shipping, and it was a very simple 1-tier tulle veil. No complaints! But then when I tried it with my dress, I realized I was wrong about wanting super-simple, so I got a gorgeous drop veil from YuriCWeddingShoppe for $75 with shipping, and it is to die for. The craftmanship is amazing. I HIGHLY recommend her.

Post # 7
2397 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

Dude, Plain Chapel length? DIY it for like $20. I saw a few videos it’s seriously SO easy. All you have to do is cut the bottom to a nice rounded shape and then use the scrap to wrap the hair comb, then sew the veil top side down to the comb. It maybe too 15-20 minutes to do. 

Post # 8
89 posts
Worker bee

I got mine on eBay for like $5.

Post # 9
133 posts
Blushing bee

I got a fingertip length for $16 on Amazon. There were longer ones for less than $30.

Post # 10
2055 posts
Buzzing bee

Anyone have any leads on blush pink or rose pink veils? I had one saved on eBay but it sold out 🙁

Post # 11
54 posts
Worker bee

I also got mine on etsy. It was a cathedral length for about $35. 

Post # 12
28 posts

I might order one from Amazon. Prices are amazing and I have prime so some have free returns. 

Post # 13
452 posts
Helper bee

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mrsditobe:  I made mine for $10-15 🙂

Post # 14
177 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2016 - Sassafraz in Toronto, Ontario

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janeblack:  How fancy do you need it? I made my own veil because I wanted a beige one to match my dress. I just bought 4m of beige tulle online, rounded the corners and added a comb. 

I am adding beading, but the tulle+comb part was pretty idiot proof and cheap. Maybe under $30 if I recall correctly? 

Here it is hanging in my bathroom, lol. Easiest way to add beads.


This picture gives a better look at the colour, but don’t try to add beads with it lying flat, it sits all weird that way. 


Post # 15
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mrsjansen:  hello DIY veil almost twin! I made a beige beaded veil myself as well. I couldn’t find anything I liked enough at a reasonable price that was also super sheer.

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