Post # 1
I posted here about what to do with my hair for the wedding. I’ve decided to leave it mostly down and strait. I’d like to have a veil for the ceremony. My FSIL is helping me make a very simple waltz length one this weekend. I plan to take the veil off after the ceremony, and add in a hair comb of some sort. Like the one below.
Can I wear a hair comb and veil at the same time, or should I put the hair comb in after I take out the veil? I also still have no idea what to use to pull my hair back, or how to keep the veil in place. I’m doing yet another trial this weekend, so any advice would be really helpful!
Anyone with pictures of strait hair partly pulled back? I’ve searched and haven’t found any, most hair that is down is curled.
Post # 3
Also, has anyone changed their hair style from ceremony to reception?
I’m thinking pull some hair back evenly from both sides and put the veil in for the ceremony. Then after the ceremony, let my hair down, put in a side part and use the flower clip I already have to pull hair from the one side back with.
Think it’ll work? Will changing my hairstyle mid-day make my hair go flat? If I use a ton of hairspray will I have problems changing my hair style later?
Post # 4
I think it will look fine if you have on with the veil. Its very pretty and clean to where it will not be distracting. I would leave my hair the same way all day just because you will already have hairspray and your hair might not want to do what you want it to do.
Post # 5
I have a hair comb almost identical to the one you posted, and during my hair trial I asked my stylist to put the comb in underneath the veil. I am leaving my hair down for the most part, and the comb is pulling back a side section of my hair. It hides underneath the veil perfectly, which is perfect because I plan on losing the veil immediately after the ceremony!
I dont think I would plan on changing hairstyles between the ceremony and the reception. Like you said, if there is a lot of hairspray or pins in your hair, it might not be willing to move very much 🙂 I’d pick one style that works for both the ceremony and the reception, with a comb and a veil.
Here’s some pics of my trial to show you what I’m talking about:
Post # 6
I think that it will be just fine underneath the veil.
Post # 7
I’m curious about this too. I want to do a veil for the ceremony, but a hair flower for the reception. I just don’t know if that’s feasible.
Post # 8
yeah, i’m more intersted in doing a veil for the ceremony and a flower for the reception. Especially since I have the flower, and don’t have a comb yet. I’d rather not spend $50 to $90 on one now either, but want my hair to look good. I think my 4in orange daisy will be too conspicuous under my veil.