Katherine
Beginner August 2022

Blusher attachment options

Katherine, on October 27, 2021 at 8:59 PM Posted in Wedding Attire 0 5
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Hello ya’ll! I found the most stunning, perfect cathedral length veil but it is single tier. I’m a traditionalist and want to have a blusher as well. I have been given the option to order the veil with a blusher sown on, velcroed on, or on a separate comb. What did you all do? Any pros and cons to each? Does the velcro get stuck to your hair at all?


In case it matters, I’m thinking about doing an updo hairstyle. Something like one of these pictures attached.
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Latest activity by Lynnie, on October 28, 2021 at 3:38 PM
  • Rosie
    Rockstar February 2022
    Rosie ·
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    Out of those options I'd do sewn on. If it's on a separate comb, that's twice the likelihood of damaging your hair if/when you take the veil off after the ceremony for the reception, which I'd personally want to avoid. Plus you have to have two good attachment spots that can be easily hid within the hairstyle.

    I can't really imagine velcro, which might have some benefits or might, as you say, get caught in your hair so I'd go for sewn as the safest option, honestly.

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  • Samantha
    Rockstar May 2022
    Samantha ·
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    I also would sew on. You will most likely be removing them both after the ceremony so might as well make it easy on yourself

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  • CountryBride
    VIP April 2022
    CountryBride ·
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    I am doing a blusher as well and am having it as a different comb so it is secure

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  • Victorian Bride
    Master February 2022
    Victorian Bride ·
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    I'm a veil designer and I highly recommend sewn on. Because I designed and made mine, it is all in one with a curved, metal comb used in designer cathedral and monarch length veils. It will not show and I'll be assured, it will stay in place. It also will not muss your hair if removed carefully. Just fyi. I hope this helps.


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  • Lynnie
    WeddingWire Administrator October 2016
    Lynnie ·
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    I think having the blusher sewn on would be easiest to get in and out of your hair and the most secure option!

    I'd just think through if you want any pictures without the blusher or if you're ok with it being permanently attached!!

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