Post # 1
My Future Mother-In-Law has offer to make my veil. But I have no idea what kind to wear since I bought my dress through WeddingBee! And took it to the seammstress with no time to try on veils. Please advise!
Note: this will be in a traditional church in July 🙂
Post # 3
your dress is beautiful. I’d go with something simple with raw edges. Fingertip length or chapel length would be nice.
Post # 4
I think long and sheer. I think a chapel or even cathedral would be beautiful. A very sheer veil that would not obscure the back of the dress.
Post # 5
with romantic, lacy dresses like this one (and mine!) I’m always a fan of a plain edged drop/circle veil with chapel length
Post # 6
I also wore a Pronovias dress, and it came with a matching veil – it was one layer, had a lace trim that from the same material as the dress. I think all Pronovias dresses come with matching veils. If that type of veil is your thing, you should find a store in your area that carries Pronovias dresses, tell them the style name and maybe they could get it for you.
One tip – my veil was floor length, but shorter than the train. The bottom of the veil fell on the dress train and made it look like the train had two layers of lace (advice of the sales associate). I thought it would look odd, but it didn’t – it looked great. There wasn’t that space between the edge of the train and the ending of the veil dragging behind it. I hope you can picture it…
Post # 7
I LOVE that dress! Wow!
I would say cathedral. Long and sheer.
Post # 8
Be careful on the “plain veil” stuff… if the veil doesn’t match the gown at least a little bit you will look like you are wearing no veil at all (in that case, save the money and get none *grin*)
Post # 9
someone i knew wore this for her wedding 2 years ago and wear it with a mid length tulle veil.
i LOVE this dress and am getting married in october of this year. would you be willing to sell your dress after your wedding? if so, can you please message me and let me know the cost and size of the dress.
Post # 10
I’m debating this question also — I think the lace veil would be nice — but that back is so cool and interesting — I’m going to go out on a limb and say what about a shorter veil like a birdcage or something — So all your guests could see the cool back of your dress while you are standing up front. .
Post # 11
I agree with BrownBridal…the first thing I thought of when I saw your dress was “Birdcage!” There is so much going on with your dress, especially the back, that a longer veil might obscure some of the detail. Also, I think birdcage veils look beautiful with trumpet style gowns…but that is just my opinion! 🙂