Post # 1
I am a pretty traditional girl, so I really want my Fiance to unveil me before our first kiss as a married couple, but I am not confortable with the whole idea of a long veil on my back. I don’t like the look of fingertip or shoulder lenght veils either, so I was wondering…
Is it to crazy to only wear a blusher (not a birdcage veil), and then remove it for the reception?
I was planing to get a casual and floral hairdue like this one:
And my idea for the dress is something like this, with an illusion neckline instead of the sleeves and a little more A lined than sheath:
Thanks for your thoughts!
(Oh, I already posted something about my veil and dress but I totally have changed my mind about those lol!)
Post # 3
- Wedding: February 2014 - Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts
I have seen a picture of this before…I personally did not like the look of only a blusher while the bride walked down the aisle. To me it looks incomplete. I would think it was weird if I were a guest until the groom lifts it and its hanging backwards on the bride’s head.
Unsure what the veil on your previous post looks like (it is not showing up) but a simple cathedral veil would look beautiful with the Trinity dress you have picked. Or knee length, or fingertip veil. Anything shorter than a fingertip veil will not do this dress justice. But this is only my opinion.
Post # 4
@AnaA: I personally am nt a fan of that look :/ As the blusher would seem incomplete
Post # 5
I think it would be perfectly appropriate and very pretty. Google ‘blusher veil’ and loads of really stylish examples come up. It’s your day, wear what feels comfortable to you. That hairstyle is lovely btw.
Post # 6
Thanks girls! I get what you mean by incomplete! I actually don’t think I’ve seen pictures of just blusher no veil except for birdcage veils.
I was also considering a drop veil but I am still not sure how are those attached to my head and how the unveiling would work (i wanna make my own veil)