Wordless(ish) Wednesday: My Bachelorette Sister + tutorial

My sister will be a married lady in just a few more days! A week ago (before I went to NY) we celebrated her, got all dolled up, and hit the town. It was a lot of fun but man, I cannot stay up late anymore. This lady is getting old!

Anyway, I want to share how simple and easy it is to make a bachelorette party veil, on the fly.

Supplies:

– 1/4 yard of tulle

– 1/4 yard sequin ribbon

– Hot glue

– Hair clip

Directions:

1. Fold your tulle in half (the width will now be 1/8 yard).

2. Stitch along the open edge of the tulle.

3. Bunch up the veil, creating a sort of flower.

4. Fold the bunched up tulle into itself, and sew the “flower” together.

5. Flatten the veil and hot glue the sequins onto the center of your new veil.

6. Stitch on a hair clip.

7. You’re done! Hit the town and celebrate the soon-to-be bride

Cost: $4 Time: 10 minutes

– Chelsey

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25 comments

  • Tish on said:

    Congratulations to your sister! You are look amazing!! Love the tutorial, thanks for sharing! My sister is soon-to-be-engaged, so that little party veil just might come in handy!!

  • Laura on said:

    Oh my, your sister is just radiant with happiness! Love the veil, too!

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  • Vivian on said:

    What a group of pretty ladies! And thanks for the tutorial. I will have to give it a try!

  • Ashley @ You Are My Sonshine on said:

    This is soo cute! You always have the cutest little tutorials and DIY things! Congrats to your sister and your family! 🙂

  • The Paper Mama on said:

    That\’s a fun idea! Let me know if you do that. 🙂

  • kristin on said:

    Beautiful Ladies! love the tutorial! I so want to make that!!

    • admin on said:

      I want to make one for Ruari. 🙂

  • alicia on said:

    How fun! Love the tutorial. And I hear ya on the late nights, ha.

    • admin on said:

      Right? I just can’t hang anymore.

  • McFisch on said:

    Very cute veil! I like that it isn’t a cheesy one you get at party stores. Much classier 😉

    • admin on said:

      I agree. She wanted something different than a traditional veil. 🙂

  • Gina on said:

    Congrats to her- love the head wear. I might try something similar but more casual- would be cute in non-wedding’ish fabric for my girls.

  • Valerie on said:

    Such a great tuturiol! Thanks!!

    Such great pictures too!

    • admin on said:

      Thank you! I’m excited for her!

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  • Laurie @ pride in photos on said:

    Your photos are just adorable with all the ladies…so 50’s looking….reminds me of Mad Men♥
    Great job…also with the tutorial. Very cute.
    Laurie

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