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This is How To Calculate DIY Veil Trim Length

You are making a veil and found the perfect lace trim or other edging. But how much do you need? Here is how to calculate the trim length to buy for your DIY veil.

This is How to Calculate Trim Length for Your DIY Veil. Text over a cathedral length two tier wedding veil with lace trim.

This form will tell you the number of yards to purchase. But buy at least a yard or two more, so you have enough for experiments, mistakes, and mind changes!

Before you use this calculator, know three things:

  • How wide will your veil be (in inches)? The fullest veils are made with 108″ tulle. But 54″ wide material is common as well.
  • How long will your veil be (in inches)? There are standard veil lengths. But the best way is to hold a tape measure to the place on your head where you will attach the veil. Then measure to where you want the veil to fall. If you will have a trimmed blusher or second tier, add the two lengths together.
  • How far around will you finish the edge? A fully trimmed veil is 100 percent finished. Halfway around is 50 percent.

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Now you know how much bridal lace or other trim you’ll need. <–That’s an affiliate link, which means I get a small commission at no cost to you if you click and buy.

Next, read our DIY Wedding Veil Tutorials.

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