Bridal Bustles | How to bustle a wedding veil
A little while back I mentioned a new project I’ve been working on… It’s been in the planning for a few months now but I’m really excited to finally announce my new YouTube channel. Exciting!
So for those of you who know me offline, you’ve probably fallen off your chair just reading that last sentence. I know, I know… Tania on YouTube? Really? Crazy I know but I really believe that sometimes breaking out of your comfort zone is exactly what the soul needs to grow and learn. But I didn’t create this channel for me, it’s really about you and helping you with any questions you may have about all things related to wedding accessories!
Wedding accessories are such a personal choice so I wanted to create some videos to guide you through the process of choosing and styling your wedding veil, bridal headpieces and other pretties.
So if you have any questions you’d like me to answer on video, please let me know in the comments below or send me a private email and I will see what I can do for you!
Please stay tuned and I hope you enjoy!
You’ve probably heard about bustling a wedding dress but have you ever thought about bustling your wedding veil?
This is a little trick I love and I wanted to share it with you because it might come in handy on your wedding day if you choose to wear a chapel length veil.
Many brides decide to wear a long veil for their wedding ceremony and then switch to a shorter veil or statement headpiece for the reception. It really is a personal choice but if you do decide to wear your long veil to your wedding ceremony, here’s a little trick to ensure that you won’t step on your veil during your bridal waltz and you won’t have to worry about it getting caught under your guest’s or your groom’s toes!
Music by Olive Musique – Everyday Hero
I hope you enjoyed the video!
Oh, I forgot to mention in the video that if you don’t have a hat pin or corsage pin handy, you can always bustle your veil with a family heirloom. It’s a beautiful and practical way to incorporate your grandmother’s brooch!
I’m equal parts nervous and excited about my new adventures in YouTube land so I would love to hear your feedback and thoughts! I hope you find these videos useful!