Veils have been a tradition among most cultures and families for many years. Today, I am going to show you five different ways that veils are worn.
The Birdcage Veil
This veil is more popular with delicate bridal gowns and vintage themed weddings. You can find these veils at most bridal shops and on Etsy.com.
The brides who are more creative and like little thought out touches, can wear their veils in the photo above. To do this, you will need a longer veil, such as a fingertip length or longer.
This way of wearing your veil with a “blusher” that hangs over your face. Many brides traditionally wear the blusher as a symbol representing the purity of the bride and the “unveiling” of her. The father would normally pull back the blusher as he gives his daughter away to her new husband.
The Single Tier Veil
If you are looking for a veil that is not going to be in your face for most of your wedding, a single tier veil is probably your best bet as it traditionally is worn behind your shoulders. If you have an up-do for your hairstyle it would be beneficial to wear the veil under the detail of your hair.
The Cathedral Length Veil
This style of veil is a very traditional style as well. It adds so much drama to the dress and makes for beautiful photos!
I hope that you have a little more clarity on what you envision more for your veil on your big day! Here at Lillian Lottie we have all of these styles, plus so much more!
Lillian Lottie Couture
8100 E. Indian School Rd. #110
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Post by: Cammie