When it comes to choosing a wedding veil, the decision is not always the easiest – in fact, a lot of our brides find it the hardest decision to make!
To make it easier, we’ve unpacked our top tips and advice for you below…
1. Decide on Length
Veils come in all different lengths and sizes, so firstly decide what length you’d like your veil to be.
TO CONSIDER: Does your wedding dress have a train? Is it long or short? Detailed or simple?
Generally, wedding dresses with a long train look beautiful with either a long cathedral veil or a shorter chapel length veil. It will depend if your dress has any lace or beaded detail on the train that you want to show off with a shorter veil, or extend through a longer veil.
If you’re wanting something dramatic that could be an extension of your wedding dress as pictured below, consider our range of Cathedral Length(3x3m) or Royal Length Veils (3.5x3m).
If you’re looking for something shorter and minimal, consider our range of Mid Length and Elbow Length Veils.
2. Decide on Style and Colour
Now that you’ve decided on the length of your veil, consider what style and colour veil you want.
In terms of style, decide wether you want a veil that is plain and simple, or something that is detailed and beaded.
Plain/Simple Veils: Our range of plain tulle veils include our Lyla Cathedral Tulle Veil, Chapel Tulle Veil, Floor Length Tulle Veil, and Modern Structured Tulle Veil. These veils are made of only the softest tulle and will work perfectly against a detailed or simple dress.
Embroidered Veils: Our embroidered and beaded veils work beautifully as an extension of your dress. From lace to pearls to embroidered floral appliques, we stock a whole range of detailed veils.
It’s important to make sure that you choose the right colour veil to match your dress. For stark white dresses, go with a bright white veil, and off white dresses, go with an ivory veil.