WHAT IS A VEIL?
Similarly, to how a white wedding dress is synonymous with modesty and chastity, so is the bridal veil a symbol of demureness. The veil comb is placed on your head depending on the hairstyle that you opt for. Traditionally, when walking down the aisle, brides wear a veil covering their face. Upon reaching the end of the aisle, the blusher veil is lifted to romantically reveal the bride.
HOW TO MATCH YOUR VEIL TO YOUR WEDDING DRESS
For a refined and fairy-tale appearance, choose the veil of your dreams in accordance with the dress that you are wearing. If you are wearing an embellished dress, opt for a veil that is of a length that doesn’t conceal the beautiful details of your dress. Similarly, look at the elements of your dress for inspiration, for a lace dress, a lace veil would look beautiful. Alternatively, birdcage veils look great with vintage inspired dresses!
DO YOU NEED A VEIL?
It is not a necessity for a bride to wear a veil, although many brides decide to wear one because of the joy it brings them! Cathedral veils, which are one to two metres longer than the dress, guarantee that you will capture the hearts of your guests. If veils aren’t to your liking opt instead for our hair accessories, which will add an element of elegance and decadence to your wedding day!
WHAT FABRICS ARE VEILS MADE OF?
Our wedding veils are made from elegant and luxurious fabrics such as chiffon, lace, organza and tulle. For a clean and minimalistic appearance, choose a long veil that is free from any beading or embroidery. To customize the colour and style of your veil, book an appointment with us today so that we can make all your dreams come true. Nothing is too out of the ordinary, from black bridal veils to edging in pearls!