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
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.
Bridal Veil Personalized with embroidered monogrammed Fingertip length with organza ribbon edge