Wednesday, March 11, 2015


I always thought I'd go down the aisle sans a veil. I wanted to skip most of the old traditions and keep it modern, but you never realize how much you actually do want a veil on your wedding day once you try it on. It makes your entire look complete and makes it all feel real

If a dramatic cathedral-length veil is too traditional, keep it short and cute with a birdcage. Make a veil your own with layers, lace, beading, and more. Or if you want to go all unique, rock that Juliet cap. When else can you get away with wearing a veil?!

Juliet Cap Cassiopeia Veil ($685.00) - Carol Hannah

Swiss Dot Matilla Veil ($550.00) - Tessa Kim

Wedding Veil and Art Deco Headpieces ($398.00) - Agnes Hart

Voilette with Pearks on Silk Skinny Headband ($262.00) - Jennifer Behr

Marissa ($575.00 - $950.00) - Untamed Petals

French Embroidered Lace and Silk Juliet Veil ($305.00) - Twigs & Honeys

Circle Drop Veil ($100.00) - Tessa Kim

Flora Full Chantilly Lace Bridal Cap Veil ($449.00) - Veiled Beauty

Cascading Fleur Lace Veil ($1,000.00) -

Short Tulle Veil ($150.00) - J.Crew

What veil style do you like best?


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