Post # 1
I’m getting my dress made by Jasmine’s Bridal, a Veluz Reyes design. I like the plain veil however it’s just a little too plain for my liking. What do you ladies suggest? I’m going for a chapel/cathedral length.
Post # 3
I would stick with the plain veil so that the dress is the star of the show. Beautiful dress
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Post # 5
What a stunning dress.
I think a plain veil, maybe with a very fine plain (satin?) edging would be lovely.
I certainly wouldn’t go for lace or beading on the veil.
Post # 6
I’d stick with a plain, raw-edged veil. You don’t want anything competing with that knock-out dress!
Post # 7
@butterflower: agree with PPs, the dress is very beautiful and detailed, the plain veil works great for me.
Post # 8
I’d sat the satin edging will look great too x
Post # 9
- Wedding: July 2014 - Prague
I think it’s sad that gorgeous back detail will be covered at all!
But I am voting plain veil. 🙂
Post # 10
I would stick to a veil like the one in the picture. That way it won’t overpower your dress.
Post # 11
- Wedding: September 2014 - Dallas, TX
I would do a long sheer plain veil to really let the back of the dress shine.
Post # 12
I think you could get a veil with a scattering of crystals on it – something subtle but sparkly in the right light?
LINK for better photos
This one shows a subtle scattering.
Post # 13
What an incredible gown. I think you would be wise to keep things simple, however I think you could definitely do a cathedral veil with a delicate crystal/beaded trim.
Post # 14
Thank you ladies. After considering and reconsidering if I should go plain, I totally fell in love with the drop veil! Check this out, simple yet stunning! Yes another amazing picture of a Veluz Reyes bride and creation. 🙂
Post # 15
Definitely stick to a single tiered plain veil. There are too many beautiful details on your dress that would just get covered up otherwise.