How to Make a Wedding Veil

There is something about a veil that really says "bride". If you are a good sewer, you may even wish to try your hand at making your own veil. Before you sit down at your sewing machine, learn how to make your own bridal veil so that it looks as beautiful as one from a store.

The simplest is a plain, single-tier veil attached with a comb. Adding more tiers, decorations, and edging takes a bit more skill but is still well within the abilities of a competent seamstress. To determine length, measure from the point on your head where you will attach the veil to the point where you want it to fall.

Then, you can begin to cut the veil. Firstly, fold the tulle into half. At the raw square corner, use a scissor to cut the two folded layer of tulle into a rounded edge. After finishing that, you'd better iron it slightly to finalize the design.

Starting at one end of your veiling fabric, weave the needle and thread in and out of the diamond patterns along the cut edge and then to the opposite side that you started from. Make sure that the finished edge of the veiling is not part of the gathered portion of your veil.

Wedding veil can be very expensive, that is why some brides prefer to make their bridal veil. It is actually quite easy to make one for yourself. Adding a trim or ornament, for example, to a simple gathered piece of tulle makes a dramatic effect. If you wish to make a nice finishing touch, you can simply add a decorative border to your veil's outer edge.

The dazzling crystals that are scattered about this decadent two-tiered, shorter wedding veil are certain to impress. It will easily compliment all body types with its 72 inch width. And the two tiers measure at 30 inches and 35 inches respectively-to add that finishing touch to your bridal gown.

A border on a veil does not have to be a piece of ribbon, either. For today's romantic and ethereal gowns, veils with ruffled or pleated edges are a beautiful choice. A soft sheer ruffle or pleat on a veil will also soften a more architectural style of wedding dress. It is one of the prettiest trends in bridal veils.

Wedding veil can be very expensive, that is why some brides prefer to make their bridal veil. It is actually quite easy to make one for yourself. Adding a trim or ornament, for example, to a simple gathered piece of tulle makes a dramatic effect.
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