Articles About veil styles

Cathedral Length Veil With Beaded Edge Vs Scattered Rhinestones

Cathedral Length VeilA cathedral length veil is one of the most popular veil choices with brides to be. These veil styles look classy, traditional, and formal when worn during a bridal ceremony and reception. Some of the most popular embellishments featured on this long veil are beads and scattered rhinestones.

Ivory Birdcage Veil – With Flowers Or Feathers?

Birdcage VeilA birdcage veil creates a dramatic and sassy wedding day look. Its delicate netted veil falls slightly below the eye, nose, or mouth depending on its design and veil styles. Popularly featured with oversized embellishments such as flowers or feathers, read on to help you decide which one should you choose to wear on your birdcage wedding veil?

The first rule of choosing a flower or feather feature on your bridal birdcage veil is to look at the design element and embellishments that are on your wedding dress.

Top 10 Short Veil Style Ideas For A Beach Wedding!

Short VeilA beach wedding means a short veil! These playful but pretty veils will not only look great with destination wedding gowns, but will remain sand free which equals a stress free and mess free wedding day look. Read on to learn about the top 10 short veil style ideas for a beach wedding.

1. Try a bubble veil. These veils are short and sassy as they create a rounded shape hitting mid back. These veils are perfect for strapless dresses or open back styles.

Top 10 Vintage Wedding Veil Styles Ideas

Veil StylesAfter you purchase your wedding gown, it is time to consider veil styles. Vintage wedding veils are trendy with today’s brides. Their length, embellishment, and overall aesthetic appeal create a vintage chic look on modern brides. Read on to learn about the top 10 vintage wedding veil style ideas to try for your own big day:

1. A drop veil is very sheer and covers the entire head and face. They can be worn in a variety of lengths to complement your wedding gown’s length and style.