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Florida bride wearing Emma birdcage veil
with #127 fascinator designed by Melody Ginn

February 28, 2009 Wedding Date

Hi Melody!
    I am just writing to thank you so much for the amazing job you did on my veil and fascinator. Both were absoultely gorgeous and were more than I could have ever hoped for! Not that I had any doubts... you were so unbelievably helpful and friendly on the phone! It is rare that you come across such amazing customer service. Some people didn't like the idea of me wearing a birdcage veil, but all of their doubts were gone once they saw me on my wedding day! I truly feel that my wedding would have been incomplete without that veil. That sounds sounds so silly, but it's true! It's funny because I had every intention of putting the veil back into a pouf after the ceremony, the hairdresser and I even practiced it at the trial. But everyone, even the photographer, thought it looked so good that they wanted me to keep it down throughout the reception. I was glad that I left it down, except for at the cake cutting when he smashed it into my mouth and veil! No worries though, all of the frosting came out! If I come across anyone who is in the market for a veil I will not hesitate to send them your way! Thank You Thank You Thank You!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sincerely,
Danielle


Joey & Danielle

 
Common names:
Birdcage Veil / French Netting Veil / Madonna Veil / French Net Cage Blusher, Birdcage Pouf, Visor Veil

 

 

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