Soft and Ethereal, we just cherish this gorgeous juliet bridal veil.
Beautiful Double Layers of soft ultra drapey Irish tulle falls gracefully. The first layer falls to the elbow and can be worn as a blusher. The second layer falls gracefully to the floor. Beautiful Mokuba lace is hand stitched to the cap of the veil and completely encrusted with Preciosa crystals, seed beads and glass pearls. Beautiful venice lace is stitched to both ends of the crystal lace and are completely beaded with Preciosa crystals, seed beads and glass pearls. Wire combs are hidden under the lace applique for extra secure fit.
The Fine Details:
Ultra soft drapey Irish Net - double layered for a blusher layer. The blusher is cut at 35" and is approximately 25" when worn forward
Handbeaded Mokuba Lace with Preciosa crystals, glass seed beads and glass pearls
Handbeaded venice lace appliques with Preciosa crystal, seed beads and glass pearls
Wire combs hidden under lace applique at centre front & side gathers
What is Irish Net? Visit our Swatches listing to learn more!
Please note that as this fabric is knit on vintage machines, small variations in the knit can/will occur. These variations are a natural characteristic of the fabric and adds to the beauty of handmade.
Available Colours: Tulle/Lace
Available Colours: Crystal Settings/Combs
Available Lengths: Blusher length is approximately 25" when worn as a blusher (35" when flipped back)
*Please note that this Juliet Veil style is measured from from top edge of the veil (Front) to the longest length. The length will vary per person depending on where the veil is positioned on the head, if it is worn more forward to further back. Please take that into consideration when ordering.
Please note that this netting is extremely delicate and should be handled with care. We also recommend sliding bobby pins over the combs for a secure fit if needed.
There are so many different types of tulles and nettings available in the bridal world that it can be confusing to know what type of fabric works with your style and wedding gown. We want to help with that! - please visit our blog "The Truth about Tulle" to learn all about the different options out there!