Hi, everyone! Looking for some input here! I posted in one of my last discussions that when I found my dress, I tried on a plain cathedral-length veil with it that didn’t really do anything for me. My gown doesn’t have any beading and only eyelet lace, so I want to go with a veil that has a touch of detailing to it to offset my gown. I came across a veil on Dareth Colburn that has some flecks of rose gold beading with the ivory beading that I think is stunning! My wedding rings and jewelry are rose gold (I’m only going to do some statement earrings and a rose gold hair vine with my gown) so I thought this could match perfectly. What do you think?
The same designer, only a 4-5 inch piece "Rose Gold Crystal Bridal Comb Bridal Headpiece Wedding Hair | Etsy" https://www.etsy.com/listing/649295888/rose-gold-crystal-bridal-comb-bridal?ga_order=most_relevant&ga_search_type=all&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_search_query=rose+gold+hair+piece&ref=sc_gallery-1-2&plkey=816b834474b6d6f0a0b9b4a5d312b57fdce3cd37%3A649295888&frs=1 hair jewelry rose gold Or you could make similar hair jewelry cheaper yourself. And either a more lacey than net veil, or even a birdcage little veil with a statement piece of rose gold colors hair jewelry.
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Yes! either more lace than net, or met with a lace applique, if long. or go very short lacy veil with hair jewelry. Not using a birdcage veil, but something bold, even a white mantilla lace. I think you have the right idea with your edging. but your overall look is bold and sassy. And fine net is delicate romance.
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I think you’re right about your suggestions!! I just need to find the right kind of lace, I’m just worried about it clashing with my dress since it’s a very specific eyelet style. I do like the idea of a bolder lace edge, though!! ❤️❤️❤️
Or from a fabric store or online store, pick a 2 yard or preferably 3 yard piece of lace you like, from about $12 per yard ($36) to $30 per yard ($90 total). And jave a seamstress finish the edge at the length you want, attach it to any hair jewelry, and sew on ( not hot glue) inexpensive faceted or shaped crystal, as is in the hair jewelry, but small bits of sparkle here and there, rather than more design. You are getting a Hayley Paige, or looking, yes, the dress shown? You don't have to match lace, just stuff that looks good together. It you get a sample swatch of the dress lace, it will be easier picking lace fabric. or go with something all made.
Hi, Alisha! Thank you so much!! I agree with you about the length of the veil! I think a cathedral length might be a little too much especially since my dress has a dramatic skirt/train. Unfortunately, the rose gold veil only comes in cathedral length so I’ve had to go back to the drawing board, but now I’m looking at this one! I love the look of the laced edges, I think it’s so beautiful!