Which Veil Fits You Best?

  • Extended floor length veil
  • Short birdcage veil
  • Mid-length veil that covers the face
  • Jewel detail floor length veil
  • medium length veil
  • Short veil covering the face
  • Floor length veil with floral details
  • Detailed wedding dress with long sleeves and floor length veil

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With so many veil options out there, it can be daunting for a bride to choose just one. But we’re here to help! With a simple breakdown, you can easily find the right veil for you.

Blusher

A blusher is a very traditional look that some brides choose to wear on their wedding day. A blusher is what covers the brides face until she is unveiled by her father at the beginning of the ceremony.

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Birdcage

The birdcage veil is a short, often netted style used just to cover the eyes or part of the face. With a 40s/50s vibe, it’s the perfect style for the vintage bride.

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Shoulder, Elbow, and Fingertip

These veil styles are classic staples. They suit any bride, style, and dress. These veils are exactly like their names. They end at either the shoulder, elbow, or fingertip. They are less maintenance than a cathedral veil, which is why some brides choose this option.072edcb08e54ad6dfd71024adae1dcb1

Cathedral 

Cathedral veils are a very dramatic, elegant style that not many brides opt for. This veil is the ultimate statement, and usually sweeps past the train onto the floor.

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Veils are a classic addition to any wedding dress. Of course, you don’t have to keep your veil on the entire night. Simply take it out for the reception and you’ll be able to move around much easier!

See more veil inspiration on our Pinterest page!

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