Today, I want to take you though the steps in creating a boho veil for a bride-to-be.

My beautiful bride absolutely loved her boho veil I made her.

This veil was easy to make and cheap!

This took me about 20 minutes to make and only cost me around $15.00

Here is my bride in her boho veil, this photo was taken by Sarah McKenzie she is an amazing photographer at the Lake. I refer everyone to her! I swear by her photography techniques and I love her personality.


Okay so supply list:

  • flower head band (all white)
  • white tool
  • white lace ribbon
  • hot glue gun and glue sticks
  • industrial size aluminium can or a sause pan
  • rhinestones

Step 1- Take your headband out of the package and grab your aluminium can. Place your headband on the can like you would if you were putting it over your head.



Step 2- grab your tool and cut 6-8 strips (length is up to you) after your strips of tool are cut you are going to tie them onto the headband as if you were making a tutu. Do not tighten them down yet because you may want to move them around to ensure they are centered properly.

Step 3- grab your lace ribbon and cut 4 strips the same length you did the tool and this is the same tutu like technique for tying. I placed one strip of lace on each end of the tool then spaced the other 2 strips in between the tool.

Step 4- makes sure all strips of lace and tool are centered with the head band and tighten them down so they do not move around or come undone.

Step 5- Take the lace strip that is at each end of the tool and cross them over the top of the tool pulling them together like a wrap, then bring the lace underneath the tool gluing them down. This will keep it all together so they do not separate. Then glue rhinestones over the lace to make it look pretty.


Yep, it is that simple ladies! Enjoy!

Stay tuned for the Bachelorette Adventure Day.

~Gruada Mom~



Author: Gruada Creations

Hello We are the Gruada Sisters, we love to create new and exciting things. I (Gruada Mom) love taking pride in my new creations like a fairy garden I did with my daughter or a race track I built with my boys. I (Gruada Sister) love creating new things with them as well, I do not have children of my own so I spoil and create with my niece and nephew. We have two lives but one love... a love to create, learn and teach. The children are our inspiration to live happily and freely. Follow Gruada Creations on our new journey of creating fun and wild crafts, DIY Projects, toddler learning & daycare advice, interior and exterior design, Gardening, Fitness & Health and Travel. Never have fear of being different and standing out! Take it one day at a time and create art freely. Join our email list to receive monthly newsletters and all our most recent blog posts.

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