How To Choose a Wedding Veil
A wedding veil is a finishing touch to a wedding dress. They create a distinctive look for the bride. There are so many styles to choose from, for example cathedral veil which is a very long veil for a traditional church weddings, these type of veils tend to be much longer than the wedding dress itself. The floor length veils are usually similar length to the wedding dress or slightly longer. The elbow or above the elbow short veils can be worn for many styles of wedding dress for a effortless glamorous look.
The important thing in choosing the style of the veil is the length and the embellishment. The embellishment needs to compliment to dress. Whether the dress is made from tulle, satin, lace or beaded finishing, these can be implied to the veil. For a lace wedding dress, a small lace trimmed edge veil can look very attractive. For a beaded wedding dresses, a beaded or pearl beading on a veil can also compliment the dress. For a satin dress, a satin binding edge veil can look beautiful.
The other thing to consider is the tiers of the veil. The single tiers create simple but an elegant look a double tier veils can be worn for more subtle look wedding dresses to make the outfit standout more. The colour of the veil should be the same of the wedding dress.
It is best to try out a few veils together with the wedding dress to get the best look and see what will suit the wedding dress best. Also the wedding venue should be considered in choosing the style of the veil.