Post # 1
I bought a Monique Lhuillier “Elle” dress and added a cream colored Tony Federici sash. Does this look okay? What kind of veil would look good with this dress? I am leaning towards getting a birdcage veil. Thoughts?
Post # 3
Really pretty! I’m not sure about a veil, I think we’d need to see you in it first. It looks like a traditional ball gown to me so I’m going to say a fingertip length veil for now.
Post # 4
Love your dress and sash! I think a simple cathedral length veil would go well.
Post # 5
Your dress and sash is beautiful! I personally think a birdcage veil would be nice so you don’t cover up the detailing on the bodice and the toule stuff on the bottom.
Post # 7
I think birdcage veils work really well with more vintage looks (and tea-lenght dresses). I like the fingertip lenght veil since it’s a ballgown.
Post # 8
it’s beautiful! i think the birdcage would be pretty with that dress. it has a lot of fun textures and i feel like the birdcage would add another unique element.
Post # 9
The dress is beautiful. For the veil – what type of wedding are you going for?
Post # 10
Thanks so much for the feedback everyone!
I was leaning towards wearing a birdcage veil because I am having my wedding on a rooftop garden overlooking Lake Ontario. This venue is prone to being very windy so I figured that a longer veil would fly all over the place. Here is a link to the veil that I leaning towards: http://www.tigerlillyjewelry.com/svana_veil.html
Thanks again for all of your input!! 🙂
Post # 11
Love your dress. It’s gorgeous.
Post # 12
I think your dress is beautiful. I think that a fingertip veil with crystal edging would look the best.