Post # 1
I posted yesterday but I think I had the wrong question. So I got married last Monday and a few people said that they havent seen someone wear their blusher for the whole ceremony in a long time. I loved wearing it the whole time and so did my Husband. He liked being the first one to see me with it off. Is wearing your blusher the whole cermony uncommon?
Post # 3
- Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House
@purpleheaven: I’m not sure, but I’m interested in hearing the answer to this!
Post # 4
I’m not sure what most brides do, but I’m pretty traditional myself, so I think I’m going to wear it until FI unveils me. 🙂
Post # 5
Uhm. sorry gals, this is gonna sound silly coming from a bride to be and all but….
what’s a blusher?
Post # 6
I wore it ALL DAY, through the party….because I was afraid to take it off and wreck my hair.
Post # 7
I think it’s the part of the veil that goes over your face. I plan to wear it with a cathedral veil. But I’m going old school classic on my big day!
Post # 8
I will not wear this. The lady put it over me in the store and I was freaking out and had to get it off of my face. After that I’m thinking no veil. At all.
Post # 9
Not married. I am thinking a two tiered veil but I will not be wearing the blusher over my face.
Post # 10
- Wedding: September 2013 - Ontario, Canada
I am still deciding but think I will wear it and have my dad lift it to reveal me to my SO for the ceremony so that there is nothing between us when we say our vows.
Post # 11
I plan on wearing a blusher the entire ceremony, it is part of a Jewish tradition that the groom not only puts the blusher down before the walk down the aisle, but also lifts it before the ceremony starts. I do plan on removing it for pictures and the reception though, I had it made so it is velcroed to the main veil.
Post # 12
I wore mine for the walk down the aisle only.
Post # 13
I tried one on — and felt like the bride of Frankenstein. Just wore a regular veil! 🙂
Post # 14
- Wedding: August 2012 - W Hotel Silicon Valley
I planned on wearing mine for the ceremony, until my dad sat down–but totally forgot to wear it at all!