I love making custom wedding veils! As I run Blossom & Bluebird on my own, my spaces for custom veils are very limited - I can usually only make one or two each month, alongside all the orders I receive for the standard veil styles on my website. My spaces for custom orders mostly get booked up far in advance, but please do contact me with details of what you're looking for, and I'll tell you if I can help!
(Above ~ a single tier veil scattered with hundreds of tiny 3D flowers in varying sizes)
There's no upfront cost for having a custom order and nothing to pay during the 'ideas' process; the only cost will be for fabric samples, if you'd like to check tulle and lace options against your dress...
Once we have agreed on the details of your bespoke wedding veil, I will then create a custom order listing for you and send you the link. When payment is received in full, I will order the necessary fabric and make your veil.
IMPORTANT - Due to the nature of custom orders, all custom wedding veils are final sale. No returns or exchanges are accepted, as they are one-off pieces.
~ Visit my Custom Order Gallery to view a selection of custom wedding veils and bridal accessories I have made for past brides.
~ If you'd like a wedding veil edged in lace, please visit my Lace Edgings Gallery to see a small selection of lace edgings to adorn your veil. If you don't see what you are looking for, I have many more lace trims available that aren't pictured, please just ask! I also have a huge selection of lace appliques / motifs that can give a gorgeous effect placed at intervals around your veil edge, or placed in such a way that they create the look of a continuous lace edging.
~ If you'd like to send me some photos of your dress, I can compile a private Pinterest board for you, so you can see all the lace edgings and/or lace motifs that would look perfect with your gown. From there, you can tell me your favourites, and decide which edgings you'd like to receive samples of.
See below for a few examples of custom lace motif veils I've recently made: