bridal veil

This white acces­so­ry, sym­bol­iz­ing spir­i­tu­al puri­ty, makes the girl spe­cial and unique on her wed­ding day. A hen par­ty will not do with­out a veil, how­ev­er, at this event, a veil can also be of bright, col­or­ful col­ors, and accord­ing to some tra­di­tions, such an acces­so­ry is worn not only by the future bride, but by her friends. How­ev­er, noth­ing pre­vents you from com­bin­ing both by sewing a snow-white veil for the bride and bright mul­ti-col­ored acces­sories for girl­friends for a bach­e­lorette par­ty. In the mas­ter class, we will show step by step how you can eas­i­ly, quick­ly and with­out large finan­cial costs sew a veil for a bach­e­lorette par­ty with your own hands.


Homemade veil for a bachelorette party

We will show a mas­ter class on how to make a mini-veil for a bach­e­lorette par­ty using the exam­ple of one snow-white one for the bride, while mul­ti-col­ored ones for girl­friends are sewn in the same way, only we take the appro­pri­ate col­or of the fab­ric.

To sew a white mini-veil for a bach­e­lorette par­ty, we need the fol­low­ing mate­ri­als:

  • a piece of fab­ric mea­sur­ing approx­i­mate­ly 2 meters in length and 1 meter in width; we will take a translu­cent tulle fab­ric, chif­fon or organ­za would be ide­al;
  • white satin rib­bon;
  • hair­pin or dec­o­ra­tive pin for col­lect­ing a veil;
  • small moth­er-of-pearl white beads;
  • nee­dle and thread;
  • scis­sors;
  • can­dle;
  • sewing machine with a nee­dle for thin fab­rics.

Hav­ing pre­pared all the nec­es­sary mate­ri­als, we can get to work.

How to sew a veil for a bach­e­lorette par­ty?

  1. To begin with, let’s take a piece of our tulle fab­ric and iron it well, it is much eas­i­er to work with a smoothed fab­ric.
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  3. Then fold it in half length­wise. If the fab­ric is very slip­pery, you can iron the bend lines with an iron.
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  5. Next, fold the fab­ric in half across.
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  7. And then we take scis­sors and cut off the cor­ner, there­by giv­ing the ends of the veil a round­ed shape. How­ev­er, we do this at will, many more bush straight ends.
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  9. We unfold our future veil and look at the result in expand­ed form.
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  11. Now let’s take a satin rib­bon, hav­ing pre­vi­ous­ly processed its edge of the can­dles so that it does not sud­den­ly become squan­dered.
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  13. Then, care­ful­ly and even­ly, using a bast­ing stitch or small pins, pre-sew the rib­bon to the edge of the veil. We make sure not to dam­age the fibers of the tape by neg­li­gence, this can spoil the look of our prod­uct.
  14. And final­ly, we attach the rib­bon to the fab­ric on a type­writer. It is bet­ter to use a zigzag seam or two reg­u­lar straight seams — top and bot­tom. We still pre­ferred the zigzag.
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  16. Next, fold the fab­ric in half. We make a two-lay­er veil, so the top lay­er should be washed a lit­tle short­er than the bot­tom one.
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  18. Now we need to pick up the veil at the crown. We will do this man­u­al­ly — we retreat from the edge of 20 cm, we col­lect the veil with a sim­ple bast­ing, but small seam, and on the oth­er hand we also leave 20 cm.
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  20. Hav­ing gath­ered the top, we fix the veil on the knots.
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  22. To attach the veil, take the most com­mon hair­pin.
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  24. Next, man­u­al­ly sew the hair­pin to the veil, adjust the size of the seam to the length of the clip.
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  26. Now let’s make a dec­o­ra­tion for the mini veil. To do this, cut out sev­er­al cir­cles from the same fab­ric of dif­fer­ent sizes. Melt the edges of the cir­cles above the can­dles.
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  28. Next, stack the cir­cles one on top of the oth­er in descend­ing order — the largest at the bot­tom, the small­est at the top.
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  30. We fix the cir­cles with a few stitch­es and sew or glue small moth­er-of-pearl beads.
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  32. Next, sew or glue the flower to the top of the mini bridal veil for the bach­e­lorette par­ty. We used hot glue.
See also
Where to have a bachelorette party?
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Our veil is ready. Here’s what it looks like unfold­ed.

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And this is how it will look on the hero of the occa­sion.

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Hap­py bach­e­lorette par­ty!