By Marie Davis
Uniquely Styling Your Veil
Classic Low bun with a veil on top
- A classic look that any bride could wear. This is a low textured bun with the veil pinned perfectly in place on top. This gives a simple but glamorous look for anyone’s big day!
Fate Juliet Cap
- A name taken from Shakespeare himself. This is a veil/cap made with tulle and different details that sit on your head as a cap but flows as a veil.
Threaded Through veil
- This could be another take if you want a layered look but without all the pinning. You slip one end of the veil through the bottom of your bun, and bring it out to the other side. This could be a fun and effortless way to use less bobby pins!
- This is the most common veil; it is a 2-layer veil meant to give length and definition to the bride and the dress. This is fastened on top of the bride’s head to carry the weight of the veil.
Veil w/ Tiara
- This royal look is paired with soft Hollywood curls, and a veil attached at the base of the tiara to give a classy elegant look.
Embellish with some flowers
- You could use your veil to add some color or texture. This means adding some flowers to your veil to give it a bit of color and flare.
- A traditional Spanish veil that is lined with detailed lace that is placed on your head lightly. This is a very elegant and sleek look for any bride. You could pair this veil with a sleek bun or soft glamorous waves.
Short light veil
- A veil perfect for that vintage look or a bride with shorter hair. This veil can be pinned, clipped, or even put on a hat for the bride.
- A statement piece for every bride. This is a traditional veil that will go with any luxury classic dress. This is a perfect veil to fit with a long train.