Vintage Bridal Veil Restoration
When restored, vintage Brussels lace veils and vintage veils trimmed with Chantilly, Alençon, and other types of lace are lovely with today’s wedding gowns. Most vintage lace is made from sturdy cotton that can be safely returned to the true color. Point de Gaze (also called Rosepoint) and Duchesse, for example, nearly always restore beautifully.
Some vintage lace is appliquéd onto silk illusion, which is often too fragile for restoration, but the lace can be restored and then sewn onto nylon or polyester net.
Vintage Bridal Tiaras
Not all brides choose to wear the original bridal tiara that is attached to the veil. You may prefer to remove the tiara from the veil and attach the restored veil to a comb. Or you may ask us to remove the lace from the tiara, restore it, and create a new ornament from the restored lace.
Heirloom Restoration and Preservation of Vintage Veils Is Our Specialty
If you would like to honor a family member by including a treasured wedding or communion accessory in your wedding, let us remove the ugly brown stains and yellowing from your vintage wedding veil, communion veil, ring pillow, or wedding pouch. Although not every vintage bridal veil or communion veil, ring pillow, or wedding pouch can be restored, we can usually predict whether the project will be successful, and there is never a charge for evaluation. Bring your vintage wedding and communion accessories to a Certified Wedding Gown Specialist™ near you.
Vintage cotton veil with Valenciennes lace and headpiece / Valenciennes lace after restoration