Post # 1
Hi there! are there any maggie soterro Jenna brides out there? How beautiful is it? 😀
I was just wondering what length veil you have chosen-I can
t try it on again until 8 weeks before the wedding (eeek!) and I cant decide which length to go for!
thank you lovely lot!
I can`t find a good pic of the train! but are you wearing veils anyone and how did you decide on length?
Post # 4
I have the same dress and I’m wearing a chapel length veil with a removable blusher that I will only wear for the ceremony. I picked that length because it didn’t interfere with the ruffles and is really light and flowy so you can still see all the beautiful details of the dress right through it.
Post # 5
I agree that a chapel length veil would be best for this dress.
Post # 6
just saw this post now. i am a jenna bride and know nothing about veils. can someone post an example of a chapel length veil? thanks!
Post # 7
I went with a cathedral length veil, very sheer material with little sparkly accents.. the length of the cathedral is longer than the dress, and makes the back of the dress look that much better with all of the sparkles from the veil. I think that cathedral length or birdcage would be the only way to go with this dress. I was told by a lady at the bridal shop that you don’t want the veil any shorter than the 1st ruffle on the dress.
Post # 8
Hello my fellow Jenna brides! 🙂
I’ve purchased a cathedral length veil for my gown. It’s very simple, no extra detail on it or anything!
Here’s a photo of me in the dress WITH a cathedral length veil (this veil isn’t the one I purchased, but I just wanted to see how the dress looked with this length of veil!)
I love my cathedral length 🙂
From the back:
and from the front:
Hope that kind of helps!
Post # 9
@dynamic_duo: a chapel length veil touches the floor, but does not extend. a cathedral length veil is as long as your dress train, if not longer. 🙂
Post # 10
Im going with a bircage veil, for me it wasent a hard choice I’ve always wanted to wear a birdcage I just love how they draw attention to your face/hair and at the same time dont take a thing away from the dress and there are so many different variations of birdcages and the little details that are in them, just gorgeous. I think it depends on everyones personal choice the best plan is when you try your dress on ask for different veils to see the style you like. And if you have the time search online for handmade or vintage veils there so much nicer than the ones that are in store (at least this is true for birdcages) look on etsy.