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Easy Wedding Veil

By: Katie Clark from clarkscondensed.com
Updated September 12, 2018
Easy Wedding Veil
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Wedding veils are expensive to buy, but it's actually inexpensive and easy to make your own veil. Here is an Easy Wedding Veil tutorial for a single tier veil with lace trim. You know weddings can get expensive fast, but you can make things easier on yourself by being a bit of a DIY bride. You don't have to be a master sewist with an excess of free time to make this sheer white wedding veil--the whole thing, including the lovely lacy trim, takes only about two hours to make!

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Time to CompleteIn an evening

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If you love this feminine project, check out the rest of our lace and netting sewing projects and sew your love with these 24 DIY Wedding Sewing Tutorials: How to Sew a Wedding Veil, How to Sew a Ring Bearer Pillow, and More!

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I bought 3 yards of Ivory Lace Floral fabric from Hobby Lobby and a Vintage 1980's McCalls veil pattern. Next I took a Blush Floral Crown Head Wreath from David's Bridal and sewed it by hand to the Veil fabric for the headpiece. The Veil is Chapel Length at 108 inches long. It is one long veil flowing down your back with the Floral Head Wreath on top of your head. The front of this veil is just above your eyebrows!

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