Your big day is just around the corner and you’ve decided to do your own DIY wedding veil? Great, but hopefully you haven’t left it too late as creating your own veil can be quite an undertaking, particularly if this is your first time and you’re not sure where to start. Thankfully, though, we have a few delightful ideas where all the hard work has been taken out of creating that perfect wedding veil!
Now all you need to do is pick which one you want to design. Choices, choices…
1. Cathedral Wedding Veil
If you want a veil that is as stunning as your wedding dress then this is the veil for you. The cathedral wedding veil creates a striking appearance and is sure to turn heads at your wedding, which is what you want isn’t it? This is your big day after all and you want it to be a day to remember, and what better way to remember it then with a standout accessory such as a wedding veil that compliments your wedding dress. Head over to Rock My Wedding for detailed instructions.
2. Lace Veil
This lace wedding veil is absolutely stunning and is sure to be a popular choice for those seeking a vintage feel to their wedding. Not only is a great way to save some money on what can be an expensive day, but you can wow your guests when they ask they you got your veil from knowing that it was handmade. To make your own, check out Style Me Pretty.
3. Birdcage Wedding Veil
If you’re searching for a stylish wedding veil that is reminiscent of the 1950s then a birdcage veil is the one to go for. Even though this veil is short it still delivers a chic style that will make a bride feel like a princess on her big day. As veils can be expensive making your own is a great way to keep within your budget and it’s nice to know that you have made something yourself for your day, which can be handed down through the family. To make your own birdcage veil check out One Fab Day.
4. 1920s Style Wedding Veil Cap
A lace cap is the perfect wedding veil for a 1920s or 1930s look. To create a beautiful vintage bride go for lace trimmed or delicate flower detailing. This cap veil has been designed to create an entrance even if the dress is a simple one and you’ll be sure to receive many compliments on it. To make your own stunning cap veil follow the steps at Rock ‘n’ Roll Bride.
5. Bohemian Flower Wedding Wreath
If you can’t decide on whether to have a veil or a floral veil what’s to say you can’t have both for your wedding day? Brides who want the best of both worlds are finding ways to incorporate flowers into their veils which creates more of a bohemian feel to the day. To get some inspiration to creating your own floral headband check out Green Wedding Shoes.