DIY Chapel Veils : 3 New Styles, Lent Season

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My friend Hang wearing her Chapel Veil

Greetings!

Lent officially started on Ash Wednesday Feb 26 and will end Thursday April 9th.  I wore my Chapel Veil to mass for the first time and decided that I would wear it at mass through the Lenten season.  I am hoping the Chapel Veil will help me focus and remember the sacredness of the mass.  If you are interested in Veiling and creating your own, I did create a tutorial for 3 new styles below:

I use to think Lent was a 40 day journey when you “give up” something you love (ex: sweets/soft drinks/social media, etc.)

However, someone once told me that it could also be doing something good for you, like creating a new healthy habit.  For example: running half a mile on Tuesdays and Thursdays until Lent ends or eating a side serving of greens at every meal, even possibly get enough sleep. It’s meant to help find balance, build discipline, do penance, prepare for the death & resurrection of Jesus, and ultimately build a closer relationship to Christ.

It reminds me of New Year’s resolutions, but you only have 40+ days to do it – And you do it all for the glory of God.

I understand Lent means something different to everyone or maybe has no relevance at all. But I would like to challenge everyone to do something good for yourselves until April 9th (forever would be good 😆). At the very least, speak words of encouragement everyday to yourself, someone you know, or a complete stranger🙏.

I’m still learning and growing in my faith.  Feel free to share what Lent means to you? What are you giving up that too much of is not healthy? or what new good habits would you like to incorporate into your life.

Since there are three pillars of Lent (prayer, fasting, almsgiving), I will…

1) Pray to love and appreciate where I am today, not belittle my daily efforts.
2) Fasting: on top of Fridays, No meat during Lent season – Hoping I can learn to meal plan better. If you know of tasty and healthy vegan/vegetarian recipes, feel free to share😁.  Also, I started Veiling at mass on Ash Wednesday.  A personal practice I would like to continue after Lent is over.
3) Almsgiving: share and spread the works of @svdp_hou_vol

Here is a Veil I made for mass on Ash Wednesday and through Lent.  It is the triangle Chapel Veil in the first video.

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Here is the first Chapel Veil tutorial:

Thank you for visiting and may you have a wonderful Lenten Season.

Hugs!

Ann

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DIY Bridal Capelet : Scoop Neck Inquiry

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Greetings,

Thank you for your inquiry Joshua.  Here is a visual of how I got the the Neck scoop measurement.  I started measuring at where my neck meets my shoulder to the neck hollow baseline.   I hope that answers your question.  If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to ask.

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The question was in regards to my DIY Bridal Capelet Part 1.  The time stamp is at {1:57} about the Neck Scoop Measurement.

Thank you for watching!  Have a great Monday and the rest of the week.

Hugs!

Ann

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Here is Part 2 & 3 to my DIY Bridal Capelet.  Thank you for visiting & enjoy!

KRISTINA + KIP : Lace Wedding Gown Alterations

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This was one of my sweet #Brides Kristina. She was a Bride when I had my design studio space (below).   I had the honor of altering her lace wedding gown.  It is pretty nostalgic to see the photo with my old signage and decor. My design space sure has changed😉!  I made a lot of great memories in that place🥰.

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I thought I lost all my photos and work dating back before 2017. My old computer no longer wanted to cooperate and I wasn’t able to access backup drives. It’s nice to have FB save some memories for me. Surprisingly, I even made notes on the photo description😆.  Here are my alteration notes:

“Take up the shoulder, take-in waist, take-in hip, carefully remove lace & beadwork, hand-sew lace & beadwork”

Photo1:  Carefully study the placement of lace, beadwork, and intricate details
Photo2:  Slowly and carefully remove the lace for alterations
Photo3:  Hand sewing the lace back on the dress & hand sewing the beads

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Kristina’s love story is a true testament of “Love in Action.”  She celebrated a beautiful wedding ceremony in Cancun.  Read on to see why it was meant to be…

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How did you meet the love of your life?  We met in law school (nothing exciting there!), but I do note that Kip and I were friends first, and I didn’t start to see him in a different light until a group of us stayed at his parents’ house in Houston during law school for a friend’s wedding. Meeting his family and seeing how he interacted with them showed me a different side of him and peaked my interest.  At his friend’s wedding, Kip spent time showing me pictures of his then 2 year-old niece, which also revealed that he was just a sweet guy inside.

When or at what moment did you know he was the person you wanted to spend the rest of your life with? Kip and I say we did not have a “fairy tale romance.”  That is, we didn’t start dating and automatically know that each other was the one.  We were both hesitant because we both had in mind that we weren’t ready to settle down.  Also,  I was planning on returning to my native California after graduation where my family resides.  The fact that I wasn’t intending to stay in Texas created a facade in our relationship that it wasn’t going to last, but we were going to enjoy it while it did.  

After graduation, although Kip and I had an amazing relationship, I wasn’t ready to change my plans and I moved back to California.  I even took the California Bar Examination.  However, Kip and I couldn’t imagine breaking up.  After several months of long-distance, I decided to move back to Texas and give it a shot.  Immediately Kip and I knew we made the right decision and knew we would eventually get married.

You faced some challenges recently, what were they and how did you overcome it?  We got engaged exactly two years after I moved to Houston.  Kip is extremely close to his parents, and I became part of the family.  I even lived with Kip’s parents while I was looking for a job and getting settled.  Soon after we got engaged, we didn’t want to wait another year to plan a big wedding and set a date of June 12th for a Cancun wedding with only family and close friends.  

On April 30, 2011, we got a call that Kip’s parents had been in a serious car accident on I-10.  They had crashed into the freeway barrier wall at a high speed.  Kip’s dad suffered a broken neck and broken back.  He was extremely lucky not to have suffered any spinal cord injury and Kip’s mom had broken her back.  Kip and I had to decide whether to cancel the wedding because we couldn’t imagine a ceremony without both of his parents.  Kip’s parents were adamant we have the ceremony.  We hoped that at least his mom would heal enough to attend.  Kip’s dad had a halo and was hospitalized for seven weeks.  There was no chance he would be able to go. With their encouragement, we went forward with the wedding in Cancun. Kip’s mom was there and Kip’s dad watched a live webcast of the ceremony.  Although it was heartbreaking to miss Kip’s dad on our wedding day, it was a beautiful ceremony and that gave us an experience that brought us all closer together.

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I believe when a couple can endure tough challenges like this and remember what brought them together, they can make it through anything.  Thank you Kristina for allowing me to be a part of your wedding day many years ago.  Much love to this couple!  Have a wonderful weekend everyone!

Hugs,

Ann

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Here is the video on how to bustle her Casablanca Wedding gown.  It was one of my early videos. If you were one of my past Brides and have any photos, feel free to send them my way. I would love to relive some wonderful memories with you:

Happy Thanksgiving! : Birdcage Veil & Fabric Flower of Emediong from Port Harcourt, Nigeria

Greetings!

Thanksgiving is tomorrow and I want to make sure I thank everyone of you who make Youtique Bridal & Lifestyle possible.  Also, Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays although all the shops skipped right over it and went straight to Christmas.  This blog is a way to take a snapshot of where I am today & how grateful I am to those who support me.  Thank you to my kind, caring, creative, & inspiring community who…

*visits & read my blog
*DM me with inspiring stories
*628 Instagram Friends
*213 Facebook Friends
*48,577 Youtube Subscribers
*12,564,051 Views on My Youtube

And I can never say thank you enough to those who take their time to share their creative journey with me and tell me you were inspired by my videos.  It makes all the behind the scenes work worthwhile.  So thank you to everyone!

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Today I want to also thank  Emediong all the way from Port Harcourt, Nigeria for sharing her birdcage veil & fabric flower with me.  She said she was inspired by my videos so she knew how to make this Texas girl happy & thankful;)  I had asked her a few questions and she kindly took the time to reply.  Well,  I hope you get inspired by Emediong to make something.  Enjoy!

1)Your name & where do you reside? My name is Emediong and I reside in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
2)Why did you decide to DIY? I decided to do DIY because I love creating something beautiful with my hands.
3) Who and what event were you creating it for? I was creating it for myself for a marriage ceremony to adorn my hair with.
4) Your social media sites & links: Instagram: @busyhands_creations

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(FOR THE FABRIC FLOWER)
5) Pros and cons of the project:
Pros: Very beautiful, versatile
Cons: The challenge of cutting the pattern/template out on organza as the material is very sheer

6) What was your favorite part of the process? My favourite part of the process was seeing the flower coming together as I was sewing. I was smiling as I saw this happening🙂. It made me feel like wow, I am going to make something beautiful and gain knowledge of how to make this flower first future projects.

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7) how long did it take you? The cutting out of the template was what took the most time but the sewing and assembly process did not waste time at all. Maybe about 20mins for everything or slightly more.

8) anything else you would like to add? ADDITIONAL NOTES: The tutorial was very detailed and simple enough to understand. There was no way one could have problem replicating the flower.  Also, it was very nice to have the free template made available too, very nice.  Thank you

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FOR THE BIRD CAGE:
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5. PROS: The bird cage was very lovely.  CONS: The bridal face net here is different from the one there so it was a bit challenging sewing through.

6. My favourite part was seeing the pattern followed to have a perfectbird cage look because up till then I’ve always just thought of crunching up the face net at the edge to create the look but was excited to learn this technique.

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Thank you Emediong!  I hope everyone got inspired by Emediong because I sure did.  May you all have a wonderful creative Thanksgiving Holiday Season!  I believe there is always something to be grateful for whether it be something small or big.   What are you thankful for?  Many blessings to you!

Hugs!

Ann

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If you would like to create the Birdcage veil or Fabric flower, feel free to view the tutorials below.

Flower Template:
https://youtiquebridal.files.wordpress.com/2011/08/fabric-flower-pattern.pdf

Thank you for watching!

LUXE 108″ DIY Veil Kit : Cari Loschen

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http://www.inlauraslens.com Instagram: @inlauraslens

Greetings!

I hope you are all doing well.  Today I am sharing the process of how I guided Cari through designing the cathedral length veil.  She had purchased  the Luxe 108″DIY Veil Kit to create her daughter Hallie’s Veil.

Before the first consultation, the following were started:

  • The dress was purchased
  • Pinterest board was put together for the veil & hairstyle
  • Measurements for the width (A) & length(B) of the dress were taken

    Example: Cari’s Measurement were WidthA=65″, LengthB=90″

    1.  First Consultation: Questions I asked Cari:
        1. How do you imagine the veil length? CL: past Hallie’s dress
        2. When is the wedding date? July 7, 2019
        3. If wearing a hair bun, will the veil be worn above or below the bun? CL: Bun, but still thinking about above or below
        4. Do you want a blusher (the veil that goes over your face or a second tier)? CL: no
        5. Will it be worn at the ceremony/reception/both? CL: Ceremony only
        6. If worn to the reception, does she want it bustled? CL: since wearing it to the ceremony only, no veil bustling
        7. Will it be worn with any other hair accessories? CL: Yes, embellished hair comb
        8. What is the width / length of the dress? CL: Width=65″, Length=90″
        9. Dress color? Ivory/White/Champagne/etc.
    2. Veil Kit Option: From the information I gathered, I suggested the LUXE 108″ DIY Veil Kit for her. Since Hallie wanted the veil to be longer & wider than the train of her dress, the best option was the LUXE DIY Veil 108″W Kit.*Veil Kit options are the 54″, 72″, 108″ Widthbeadwork
    3. Color Swatch: I mailed a color swatch.  I worked with Cari & Hallie to find the perfect match to her wedding gown and embellished hair comb.  The 3 of us corresponded via group text.  I wanted Hallie to have a “that’s pretty” moment.  When that happened, I knew it was the perfect color for her;). After the color was finalized, Cari made payment and the Veil Kit was shipped.
    4. Customized instructions for the step-by-step design process was put together for Cari.  She received the link to the password protected instructions.  The reason for the privacy is because photos were shared that can not be seen before the wedding date. Example: wedding dress photos, Sample of password protected site: https://youtiquebridal.wordpress.com/2019/05/31/carrie-loschen-veil/ 
    5.  1-1/2 hour Consultation, by appointment only: The kit also comes with a 1.5 hour consultation to answer any questions needed.  Because of technology today (and with her living in Nebraska and me in Texas), we set up an appointment time to do a video chat.  IMG_3950
    6. Finished Veil: I am so proud of Cari & the beautiful veil she created.  She did such an excellent job!  The veil was everything Hallie envisioned.IMG_7277

And this concludes the general process of how Cari designed the Cathedral length veil for her daughter Hallie.  Cari loves draping and she is a Couture Designer/Instructor from Wilcox, Nebraska.  Be sure to visit her Instagram page @carikim.

Here are more beautiful photos by photographer. Congratulations to Cari, Hallie, and their beautiful family.  What a special day!

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The price for the LUXE 108″ DIY Veil kit is $85.99 + S/H.
The Kit comes with everything you will need to create the Cathedral Length Veil:
-4 yards Veil Tulle, 108″ Width
-1 Guterman Thread Spool, 110yards
– 5 Pins
– 2 Dritz Hand Needles Size 8
– 1 Large Haircomb 4.25″, 29 teeth
– 1 small hair comb 1.5″, 10 teeth
– 1 Measuring Tape
– 1-1/2 hour Consultation
– Password protected access to step-by-step instructions and video tutorials
*Additional Consultation time beyond 1-1/2 hours is $25 per 30min.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask or email me at ann@youtiquebridal.com.  I would love to guide you through the process.  Well, I hope you got inspired to create something EXTRAordinary out of the ordinary.

To view my library of Veil tutorials, click here.

Thank you for visiting

Hugs!

Ann

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DIY Rhinestone Sash : DIY Guest Angela Li

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Greetings!

What makes my day?  When someone is inspired by my tutorial and share what they created.  I recently got a message from Angela Li via Instagram all the way from the Philippines – that will make a Texas girl happy;)

Angela Li was inspired by my DIY Bridal Sash tutorial.  She created a sash for her mother to attend a relative’s wedding.  I had to share what she made and asked her a few  questions in hopes to inspire you to create as well.
 

Interview with : Angela Li, Philippines

  1. YB: Which video were you inspired by?  Angela: I got inspiration from your video Bridal diy sash

2) YB: Why did you decide to DIY?  Angela:  bec i found the perfect dress within my budget and i want to make it dressier since my mom is attending a wedding of a relative. To add that evening formal look
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3) YB: Who and what event were you creating it for?  Angela: wedding of relative
4) YB: General steps you took to create this. Angela: bought the dress, source the rhinestones appliqué since the appliques are not available in the Philippines, I sourced it from China. Also the available ones are specifically for weddings. With front only rhinestones and white sash. Sash is tricky since my dress is colored, this means i will have to find the exact shade Ribbon. Plus i feel that it will move around since my dress is smooth fabric with slim silhouette.
Also mostly in the market is the chunky type of front rhinestones. Or half yard. I want the rhinestones to be all the way to the back. So i sourced it overseas.
Angela shared with us the link she purchased the dress at: https://www.evernew.ca/victoria-wrap-dress-254652?colour=teal+ribbon
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5) YB: The pros and cons to create your sash. Angela: – pros, I get the look I wanted.
Cons, creativity in sourcing and technical skill to get it done. I actually sewed it in two lines, one on upper part and another is lower part. For the front with pleats, i actually did not sew the lower part on the pleating as it might affect the movement of the fabric. Also making sure the appliques is aligned.

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6) YB: what was your favorite part of the process?  Angela: – conceptualizing, Sourcing and execution.
7) YB: How long did it take you? Angela: it took a while to get the rhinestones but once they are here, its easier since I had it planned out
8) YB: Is there anything else you would like to add?  Angela:  originally I would like the rhinestones to be optional, meaning I can put it on or not go with it as the event dictates. But since that route is tricky and I cannot find a tutorial, I opted to sew it on

Thank you Angela for sending the photos and for answering the questions.  All of this means a lot to me😊 and it makes all the hard work worth it.  I hope Angela inspired you to create.  Well, I hope you have an EXTRAordinary day!

Hugs,

Ann

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Weddings in the Woodlands Tour : Basil Event Room Open House

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I am in my element when I get to talk about creativity and design. Can you tell? I had the opportunity to be part of @basileventroom Open House and showed Brides how they can get creative with my LUXE DIY Veil Kit. I love the surprise reactions when they see the different style options they can design.  (Visit my FB Page for more photos: https://bit.ly/2Rs6Xxy)

And we can never forget the grooms! I challenged the grooms on tying the bow tie. Many have never tied a bow tie before so it is always a fun challenge. Are you able to tie a bow tie? Per the grooms, it is not as easy as it seems

I want to thank Kristi O’Connell @basileventroom for the opportunity to be part of their open house as well as part of Woodlands Wedding Tour.

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Kristi O’Connell (far right) with Basil Event Room & Eatery

It’s always nice to see familiar #vendors and meet new ones. Here are the vendors at Basil Event Room.


The tour had 3 stops at the following locations:
Stop1: @gladeculturalcenter
Stop2: @basileventroom
Stop3: @mymaderaestates


The visionary behind Woodlands Wedding tour is Joshua with @jkcdesignevents

Thank you for visiting!

Have a wonderful Tuesday,

Ann

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p.s. For my fellow creative sewers, I did sew my #tuxedoinspired dress. Follow me on IG to see how I made my dress with McCall’s Pattern #M7753

DIY Guest : Harry Let from Ghana, West Africa

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Greetings!

I hope you are all doing well.  Today I have a DIY Fabric Flower from Harry Let who resides in Ghana.  I remember my heart feeling overwhelmed with joy when I received her message and photos via Facebook.  I actually teared up.  Really, I couldn’t believe someone far across the world had viewed my tutorial and created something from it.  She even took the time to share it with me.  O how I LOVE my work!

As you may know, I love to ask what inspires my DIY Guests to create.  Feel free to read Harry Let’s answers on why she created the Fabric Flower:

  1. What inspired you to create the Fabric flower and what was the occasion?   I needed a hat to match my dress for a friend’s wedding but couldn’t find a flower which matched my dress color. So I went on youtube to find out how I could make a flower from the fabric I used for the dress
  2. How long did it take you? I had more time because my brother helped me cut the patterns and i sewed them together the next day.
  3. What are the pros and cons of creating the fabric flower? PROS:  It’s Easy to make and you can make as many as you want to match a particular dress. CONS:  The edges are not smooth which i think depends on the kind of fabric you choose.
  4. What was the easiest part of creating and what was the most challenging? Sewing them together was the easiest part. Cutting the fabric patterns was difficult for me that was why I made my brother do it.

Thank you Harry for taking the time to answer my questions and I am truly grateful that you shared your creation with me.

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If you would like to create my Fabric Flower, please see the tutorial below (new version):

Flower Pattern:  https://youtiquebridal.files.wordpress.com/2011/08/fabric-flower-pattern.pdf

 Here is the original version of my Camryn Fabric flower created in 2011.  I thought this would humor you;)

Thank you for visiting and I hope you get inspired to create something EXTRAordinary!

Hugs,

Ann

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DIY Guest : Makeup Artist Cynthia Alsop, Fredericksburg, Virginia

Greetings!

I wanted to share Cynthia Alsop’s DIY Birdcage Veil she created using my tutorial.  Isn’t her work stunning?!  She is a makeup artist from Fredericksburg, VA.  Thank you Cynthia for sharing your creativity with us.  I love asking my DIY Guests questions on what inspired them so feel free to read Cynthia’s answers below.   Also, make sure to check out her talent on IG @cynthia.alsop

 

 

1) What inspired you to DIY?  The thought came when a photographer and I decided we wanted to do a photoshoot to showcase the beauty of our community for weddings.  We specifically wanted to highlight that couples in our area could still plan a dream wedding right here in Fredericksburg, VA for less than $200.  Of course, I knew in order to make that happen, I would be diying a few aspects of the shoot.  I decided I wanted a vintage yet elegant theme and started making a list of the elements to include.  Veils were at the top but when I started pricing them for purchase I was shocked at some of the prices I was quoted or had seen.  That’s when I knew, I wanted to create my own veil.

2) How did you find my tutorial?  I found your tutorial via YouTube and Pinterest.  When I started, I didn’t know exactly what type of veil I was looking for.  I knew it existed but just couldn’t pinpoint the exact name of it.  I started by typing in the term “veils” into Google and it became a rabbit hole situation after that.  I saw so many photos from your videos on Pinterest coupled with the term “diy veils”.  So naturally I clicked on all the photos and it took me to your videos.  When I found your channel, I was amazed with the number of tutorials you had.  I can say I binge watched them for a day straight trying to generate ideas.  Eventually, I figured out what I wanted and it was called a bird cage veil.

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 3) What was the easiest part of creating the Birdcage veil, what was the most challenging part?  I found that the easiest part of the whole process was how you explained the construction of the veil.  Your videos made me feel comfortable enough that I could recreate one on my own.  

 The most challenging part for me actually was finding the materials.  You did a great job listing the materials for the project at the start of each video.  I saved a photo of the supply list and took it to my local sewing supply store but didn’t have much luck in the beginning.  Russian (or missionary) netting is hard to find where I live especially when I needed the veil for a shoot that was scheduled to occur in less than a week.

4) Was it rewarding?  I’ve always felt that making something on my own was so much more rewarding than purchasing it from a store.  It’s why it was important to me to try and source the materials myself.  I found some lovely birdcage veils on Etsy but knew I could make them at a cost that was more affordable and inline with our photoshoot theme.  In fact, with coupons for the supplies, I was able to make 4 veils for the cost of one veil that I saw online.

5) Feel free to add any comments or suggestions.  Since my June shoot, I’ve subscribed to your YT channel and started following you on IG.  I love sharing your page with my brides when we’re collaborating on a look for her wedding day.  Of course, it’s always great seeing what you’re up to in the wedding industy.  After watching all your YT vids, you’re definitely a source I go to for bridal inspiration.

Thank you Cynthia for taking the time to answer my questions and I truly appreciate you sharing your work.  Your words are very encouraging for me:)

If you want to create the birdcage veil, here is my tutorial:

Thank you everyone for visiting!  May you have an EXTRAordinary day and get inspired to create something EXTRAordinary;)

Hugs!

Ann

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DIY Bridal Lace Capelet

DIY Lace CapeletGreetings!

I hope you are all doing well.  I finally completed the Bridal Lace Capelet Tutorial Series!  Yes, series:)  During my planning and preparation phase, I thought the tutorial can be done in one video.  However, as the project progressed, it expanded to two…then three.  Because this series challenged me technically as well as creatively, I gained a lot of knowledge from it.  And when my mind and imagination expands, I get super excited! (the nerdy side in me;)

So when can I wear the Bridal Lace Capelet?  You can wear it during your wedding ceremony to have a little modesty or it is even a great bridal accessory during this Fall and Winter season.  The Bridal Lace Capelet is a great way to dress up a simple wedding gown as well as keep you warm.  Because it is lace, it won’t take away the design element of your wedding gown which can be seen through the lace.

Well, feel free to view the DIY “Bridal Lace Capelet” Series:

Part1of3: Making the Capelet Pattern.  You will learn how to make a capelet pattern according to your unique measurements.  You will be taking 4 custom measurements: Length, neck width, shoulder, and capelet width.

Part 2of3: Creating the Bias Tape.  The bias tape is a great tool to hem curvy areas on your garment, for example the necklines and armholes.  For the capelet, we will be using the bias tape for the neckline and the front hem.  I chose organza so the lace design can still be seen at the hemline.

Part3of3: Cutting & Sewing the Capelet.  In this tutorial, you will learn how to sew the whole capelet and adding the finishing touches.

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Well, I want to thank Fabric Wholesale Direct for reaching out to me and giving me the opportunity to collaborate with them on this fun project.  Below are the items I used for the project and can can be purchased to create your own Bridal Lace Capelet.

use coupon code on http://www.fabricwholesaledirec.tom : youtiquebridal to receive $5.00 off your purchase of $35 or more.

  1. Ivory Tulip Guipure French Lace : How much lace will I need? take your Capelet Width measurement x 3.  Make sure to add a few extra inches for the scallop design
  2. Crystal Organza Fabric : 1/2 yd to 1yd depending on your measurements
  3. White Thread

To find out more, feel free to contact Fabric Wholesale Direct at (855) 464-6867, M-F 9:30 – 5 PM EST.

If you have any questions for me, please do not hesitate to ask below.

Enjoy!

Ann