It seems that bridal veils are staging quite a comeback in weddings nowadays. There are many styles to choose from, so you pretty much have to do your research before you pick one. On top of that it has to match your dress and hair style if you’re going to look your best on your wedding day.
Here are the latest Wedding Veil Designs
Fingertip length Mantilla Veil
A Mantilla veil is usually designed to form a snug curve with your gown. Usuallly, there is a lot of embroidery of flowers and the like, they often feature a lace appliqué edge embellished with fine stones or pearls, so usually a lacy dress works best with this. A fingertip length veil is often chosen as a good mid length, and the Mantilla Veil is often the most popular.
This type of veil is versatile and is often called the “birdcage pouf,” as its often used to create a romantic, vintage look, but that keeps with modern styling cues. Birdcage veils often complement a wide range of hair lengths, styles and and accessory designs.
Chapel Length Veil
This type of veil is quite specific, as it reaches all the way to the floor. Many will have ornate decoration such as rhinestones in them, and are usually designed to match a necklace or tiara, often incorporating pearls
Detachable Lace Veil
The Detatchabel Lace Veil is usually include a comb, with the veil fanning out from the comb. And is designed to be easily removed for post wedding festivities. Usually the style is a “blusher” design, and often incorporate newer fashions to match dresses.
Elbow length, Two Tiered Bride Veil
The Elbow length Bride VeilThese are often edged in color, to match other accessories of the bride such as shoes or a sash, or her hair. The extra layer adds body and improves aesthetics, whilst maintaining elegance.
Short Two Tier Bridal Veil
The Two Tier Bridal Veil is again using the same effects of the two tier technique but shorter, and designed for easy removal.
The Cathedral Veil is an elongated shape designed to trail behind the bride in a long, princess like look. It will augment your gown, and is usually used to highlight a flowing train.
Single Length Blusher Veil
The blusher is a single layer veil that usually hangs to the shoulders, and drapes over the brides face. Its often used most in summer, as it allows the bride to show her shoulders in warmer weather. It can sometimes reach all the way to the elbows.