In my roundup of crochet wedding ideas, one of the things I highlighted was the idea of having a crocheted wedding veil. You can make a really old-fashioned lace veil or a highly contemporary veil in crochet. This roundup of crochet bridal veils should give you some inspiration for making your own!

You can buy the crochet pattern for this wedding veil with crochet edging and matching purse from CrochetMe. Or just use it as inspiration to crochet edging on to the wedding veil of your choosing.

This elbow-length crochet bridal veil is sold on Etsy by gebridal.

Go for something less traditional like this dark wedding veil embellished with a wire crochet decoration. It’s sold on Etsy by DashaB.

The crochet pattern for this fascinator veil is sold on Etsy by creeksendinc.

In the 1920s and 1930s it was common for veils to be replaced with smaller headpieces. This crochet veil sold on Etsy by BatcakesCouture harkens back to that time.

Likewise this crochet cap was featured on a roundup of 1920s inspired weddings (although the post was about the make-up, not the bridal veil).

TheYellowTulip on Etsy sells this crochet and pearl headdress that can be worn alone or paired with a traditional wedding veil.

A red crochet tiara beneath a traditional veil provides a unique pop. This is from Etsy’s IrmasElegantBoutique.

Ruby Lane is selling this 1950’s era vintage crochet bridal veil.

Do you have a darker wedding theme? This crochet mantilla provides an alternative to the traditional veil. The vintage crochet pattern is sold on Etsy by 2ndlookvintage.

This white crochet mantilla, sold on La Dentelle en Velay, is more traditional in design but still has that great vintage style.

You could also just go super simple and wear a crochet bridal headband in place of a veil. This one comes from Etsy’s topsyturvydesign.

Don’t forget to check out the full roundup of crochet wedding ideas to see what else can be crocheted for your special day.


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  3. Donna Cerame Reply

    Love love love your posts! Just a quick thought here – my daughter is immersed in studying and performing tribal fusion bellydance and some of these headpieces would be amazing for TFB dancers, in different colors – of course! Thank you for a great blog.

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