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BRIDAL VEILS EXPLAINED
 Veil History
 Veil Lengths
 Veil Styles
 Veil Shapes and Cuts
 Veil Colors
 Veil Fabrics
 Birdcage Net
 Veil Prices
 Edges and Embellishments
 How To Wear a Mantilla Veil

MAKE YOUR OWN
WEDDING VEIL

5 Steps Overview
What You'll Need
Buying vs. Making Veil
Step 1: Measuring, Cutting
Step 2: Creating Blusher
Step 3: Attaching Beading, Trim
Examples: Edging, Crystals, etc
Step 4: Making Gathers
Step 5: Wrap, Attach Comb
How to Make a Birdcage Veil

INEXPENSIVE VEILS
 Wholesale Priced Veils (Cheap)

COLORS
 Ivory Veils
 White Veils
 Black Gothic Veils
 Blush / Other Colors

FABRICS
 Veil Tulle
 Chiffon
 Organza

LENGTHS
 Shoulder Length
 Elbow Veils
 Fingertip or Wrist Veil
 Knee, Waltz and Ballet Veils
 Chapel or Floor Length Veils
 Cathedral and Royal Lengths

STYLES
 The "Pouf" Headpiece
 Drop Veils
 Birdcage Veil
 Veil Blushers
 Tier Veils
 Flare Cut Veils
 Center-Gathered, Tier Veils
 Top Gathered, Standard Veils
 Mantilla Veil (Scalloped)
 Petal Veils
 A Vintage Veil

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Organza Tulle for Veils

While most veils are made from tulle (sometimes called Bridal Illusion or, simply, "veil fabric"), there are other sheer fabrics as well. Organza, a semi-transparent fabric that is stiffer than traditional tulle, is one of these. 

Shop below for a currently available selection of chiffon in white, ivory, and champagne (light yellow). Each is available in other colors as well.Tip: Buy tulle by the bolt or roll here.


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