5 Ways to Save on the Wedding Veil

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Today, I'm offering 5 suggestions on how to save money on the wedding veil!

Today, I'm offering 5 suggestions on how to save money on the wedding veil!

5 Ways to Save on the Wedding Veil || Kiss My Tulle
Image Courtesy of: A Busy Mother

  1. This is the time to find your "something borrowed"! I borrowed my best friend's veil and loved that I got to share a little bit of her happy day on my day.
  2. Look for veils secondhand on eBay or Craigslist. Generally, they are in amazing condition and a fraction of the retail price.
  3. Rent it. You can rent amazing designer veils for nearly a quarter of the price of buying a new one!
  4. Look for pretty and affordable handmade options on etsy. A Busy Mother, Blue Sky Horizons, and Pomp & Plumage make really stunning ones.
  5. This is the place to try your hand at DIYing something. Veils are stunningly easy to create and you don't even need to be able to sew to make a lovely one!

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How are you saving on your wedding veil?