How to Secure a Bridal Veil to a Comb by Rebekah Martin: Attach the veil to a comb so that it stays in place securely. Brides traditionally wear wedding veils when they come down the aisle. You can attach a veil to a hat, a tiara or a simple comb. Attaching the veil to a comb allows you to wear it alone or with another headpiece, as the comb virtually disappears in the hair. Veils cost a lot of money in bridal stores, but you can easily make one yourself with tulle. A little bit of hand sew... Wedding Veils, Hand Sewing, Hands Sewing, Gillespie Laudermilk, Brides Traditional, Bridal Veils, Virtual Disappearing, Aimée Gillespie, Traditional Wear
How to wrap and attach a comb to your DIY veil. This is step five in the veil making process at http:veils.MyOnlineWeddingHelp.com/make-veil
Bridal Veil Personalized with embroidered monogrammed Fingertip length with organza ribbon edge
Luella Veil From our first accessory collaboration with cherished gown designer Catherine Deane, come two layers of scallop-edged tulle abloom with embroidered silk roses; fold the top layer down for your walk down the aisle, and let your future Mr. lift for the kiss! Fastens with a comb. Top layer: 31”L, 39”W veil; Bottom layer: 41”L, 43”W. 3”L comb. Nylon tulle, silk embroidery.
Tulle Circle Veil Bridal Veil - Want it longer. Could I have it secured on my head so that I can have it lifted from my face then falling down my back?