You finally found your wedding day look! Now you’re looking for the perfect veil to make you the perfect bride you’ve always dreamed of being. Choosing your wedding look is one of the most exciting parts of wedding planning, and now you’re finally ready to add the final piece to the puzzle. No matter what kind of bride you are, we have figured out the best wedding veils for you. Let’s start shopping!
The Vintage Bride
There’s something charming about vintage weddings. If you plan on having a wedding with an Old Hollywood theme, or with a 20s twist, here are some veils to consider.
The birdcage veil is a great place to start when looking for vintage-inspired veils. It is made in a net material that covers half of the bride’s face. It’s a great option for a bride looking for zero fuss on their wedding day, but still make a statement with their veil.
Next is the blusher. This is sort of a catch-all phrase, but it is typically a veil that covers the face completely. It’s a little more vintage in that modern brides have begun to ditch the blusher altogether. But, if you love the idea of your face being revealed once you’re at the altar, the blusher is a great place to start.
Some other wedding veils to consider looking into include the Double Tier Veil for volume and the Juliet Cap Veil for a 1920s look!
The Timeless Bride
Onto the timeless bride. If you’re the kind of bride who is looking to be in a wedding that withstands the test of time, you have come to the right place. Here are some veils to add to your inspiration board.
Elbow + Fingertip
One of the easiest ways to keep it timeless is by going for veils that fall in the middle of options. This is where the Elbow Veils and Fingertip Veils come into play. Just as they’re names hint at, they fall at the elbows or fingertips. These are also great options if you’re the bride who wants the skirt or pantsuit to still take center stage.
The flyaway veil is a great choice for the person who really doesn’t want the veil to play a big role in their final wedding look. It’s one single layer of material and tends to be a simple take on the veil.
Other veils to consider looking into for the timeless bride are the Waltz/Ballet Veils. They fall below the knee and above the ankle.
The Regal Bride
Alright, if you read through all of the previous veil options and were not impressed, you probably fall under the regal bride category. You are looking for drama in your look, head turns, oooooh’s, and ahhs. Here are the perfect veils for you!
We’ll start you off with The granddaddy of all wedding veils! This is the moment, as it stretches for feets, miles (okay maybe not miles) but the limit does not exist! The cathedral veil works perfectly for more upscale weddings.
If you know you’re wanting a veil that will go past the bottom of your dress, but having a veil that stretches for many feet is too much, the Chapel Veil is the one for you! It still gives the grand effect without the fear of people tripping on it as much.
Some other veils to look into for the regal bride are also the waltz/ballet veils or the Spanish-style mantilla veil.