Wedding Veil tips for a modern bride

Wedding Veil tips for a modern bride_engageweddings.co.uk

Veils are a very traditional part of the bridal look, one that modern brides either choose to ignore, or embrace whole heartedly.
From a full veil with a blusher (the part that covers your face) to a small veil that clips into the back of your hair, there are so many options for modern brides if they choose to wear one.
There is a perfect veil for every bride, so we have collected some options to help you pick your dream veil.

Small Veil

This barely there veil is a hugely popular option for modern brides. It allows you a touch of the traditional look, without intruding on your overall look by clipping onto the back of your hair. Length can vary, depending on your style, providing a beautiful contemporary look for your wedding day.

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Photographer: Angels With Dirty Faces Photography | Dresses: Ivory and Lace Bridal | Full Shoot: Here

Embroidered Veil

Embroidered veil’s are an elegant look for your wedding day. Deliate appliqués work particularly well with a simple wedding gown, offereing a timeless quality.

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Photographer and Coordinator: G n Bri Photography | Bridal Dress: Dress House | Full Shoot: Here

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Photographer: Natalie Stevenson Photography | Dress Designer: Kate Edmondson Bridal Couture | Full Shoot: Here

Cathedral Length Veil

Cathedral length veils have a length of between 120 to 144 inches, and work perfectly with a semi-cathedral or cathedral length gown. The ideal way to wear a cathedral length veil is so that it lays longed than the dresses train.

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Photographer: FJS Photography | | Bridal Dress: Lisa Lyons Bridal | Full Shoot: HereBridalShootWOP-80.jpgThree+Stunning+Looks+for+any+bride_Romance_Wani+Olatunde+Photography.jpgPhotographer:   Wani Olatunde Photography  |  Wedding Dresses:   Ellia Bridal Boutique  |  Full Shoot:   Here

Photographer: Wani Olatunde Photography | Wedding Dresses: Ellia Bridal Boutique | Full Shoot: Here

Chapel Length Veil

Also known as a sweep veil or full veil, the chapel length veil is a favourite among brides. Measuring between 90 and 108 inches, a chapel length veil should fall between 6 to 12 inches past your train or hem. These veils provide a stunning look that compliments a formal gown.

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Photographer: Victoria Mitchell Photography | Bridal Boutique: Ivory and Lace | Veil: Rebecca Anne Designs | Full Shoot: Here

What veil catches your attention? Let’s chat in the comments.

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