14 Crazy-Stunning Wedding Veils
A wedding veil can add drama, elegance, or romance to your look. To help inspire your own big-day style, we rounded up a few of our favorite options that real brides wore when they tied the knot. Even nontraditional brides will find themselves wanting to embrace this tradition!
The answer, and the veil, is blowin' in the wind. Elizabeth's tulle cathedral veil came from Arlene Gamble of Beautiful U Bridal Veil and Accessories in Houston, Texas.
Louise's vintage veil is impossible to forget! Every bride on Louise's mother's side of the family has worn the lace heirloom from 1920's since her grandmother said, "I do."
Amanda's tiered white veil was simply princess-like.
We love how Jemma's Steven Khalil veil looked like a natural extension from her long, windblown hairdo.
Lauren's bouffant veil was modern and elegant cloud of tulle, swept so perfectly away from her face that it brought serious attention to her natural beauty. The veil was made by Sara Gabriel.
The mantilla veil, with its generous yards of tulle and wide lace border, is one of the most romantic bridal looks. Devon's bridesmaids did their duty of fanning out her veil for a memorable photo before she said, "I do."
Heather's ballerina veil was simply stunning. Intricate detail and appliqué gave an illusion-like effect to her look as she approached the altar.
Katherine's tiered veil was an elegant work of lace and tulle.
A veil with a train brings drama to your wedding day fashion, as in with bride Mckenzie.
With a veil placed at the back of the head, and hair kept clean and pushed back, Dayna's floral accent was a pretty addition.
Flower Crown and Veil
Michelle looked utterly gorgeous with a single layer of tulle draped over her flower crown. Her guests coudn't help but beam!
For her quaint and DIY nuptials in a restaurant setting, Corinne borrowed an elbow-length veil to pair with her wedding dress.
This veil is the stuff of fairy tales—Sarah brought the magic when she chose a multi-layer tulle veil to wear on her wedding day.
Vanessa's bandeau veil made of tulle and crystal was the ultimate accessory for a modern bride with an edgy style.
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