Mori Lee® Wedding veils provide a wonderful way for a bride to express her personality while enhancing the traditional bridal image. There are many types of veils that can pair with any dress that the options can be overwhelming. The classics both highlight the dress and expresses clearly who the bride is.
The classic image of a blushing bride includes a veil, that can easily be lifted to uncover the bride’s glowing face. Today these come in many styles to best suit the bride and her gown on this special day. Most veils are categorized by their length although their length really depends on the bride’s height, and where it is attached.
In Amazon Fingertip length veils are very popular, especially with brides who are opting to wear a veil covering their face. A fingertip length veil is suggested if the bride is taller than 5’7.
One beautiful option is a one tier butterfly shaped veil, adorned with scattered pearls. This is a timeless and beautiful look. For a dreamy romantic feel, a metallic pencil edged veil is recommended, with lace flowers embroidered near the edges.
If a bit more drama is desired, the fingertip length can still suit that need – with multiple tiers! The Apple Lace Veil features two tiers that include lace flowers and motifs near the edges and an apple colored satin ribbon edge. Aw bridal Review says another two tier veil has scalloped edges with white beaded flowers and sequins accenting the edge.
Elbow length is another option. This length enhances the waist of the gown, and is recommended if the bride is shorter than 5’4. A one-tier scalloped edge veil is delicate and can be enhanced with beads and Swarovski crystals around the edge.
For simple grace, try another one tier veil – one with a double row metallic beaded edge – especially if the gown has other line details. You can also find glamorous drama in the elbow length, with multiple tiers or a color corded edge. There are even two tiered veils with color corded edge, that can match your color scheme or your sash on your gown.
AW Bridal® USA Lace trimmed veils add a delicate touch to your image. A one tier fingertip length veil is beautiful on it’s own, but adding a pearl embellished Alencon Lace edge gives it a subtly different feel. You can match the lace on your gown, although lace veils pair well with all dresses.
A similar option is a fingertip length Mantilla veil which provides a dramatically romantic look, especially with pearls and lace edging. The Mantilla sits higher on the head, to be a headpiece that cascades around the bride, as opposed to behind her. Both pieces are extremely romantic and graceful.
AW Bridal Veils for Dresses length veils are popular with very formal gowns, especially those with a train, or formal wedding venues. They are often one-tier and create a glamourous regal image with the veil trailing behind. These veils frame you- and the dress. For a simple yet elegant look, opt for a corded edge which delicately trims the border of the veil.
A favorite option is a cathedral veil with a pencil edge and scattered pearls. If you are looking for a bit more glamour, opt a three tiered cathedral length veil with scatted rhinestones. This option still frames the figure, while drawing attention to the best part of the bride – her face!