Post # 1
I wasn’t planning on wearing a veil (I though it may be to formal for our beach wedding)
However…. Now I have my dress I think I may be a bit ‘bottom’ heavy? I plan on wearing hair up aswell.
Do you think a veil will balance it out?
pic for ref….
Post # 3
@Liverpoolbride: This dress is defitely made for a veil. My only concern is that I’ve seen many veils almost blow away at beach weddings!
Post # 4
Yeah, the dress was kind of made with a veil in mind. Perhaps securing it under your hair instead of on top of it will help it not blow away?
Post # 5
I think a veil would look really nice. You could do a birdcage if you’d like to keep it less formal.
Post # 6
I’m old school. I love beautiful veils, worn well. I think they provide a finished look for a first-time bride.
Post # 7
It’s not very windy where the ceremony is as it’s in a sheltered lagoon. The more I think about it the more I think I’m going for it. Maybe an elbow lengh ?
Post # 8
@Liverpoolbride: with this dress, i would definitely wear a veil. But I think with any dress, a bride should wear a veil. There are so many pretty veils out there!!
Post # 9
@Liverpoolbride: I would do a chapel length, raw edge tulle veil with a blusher! 🙂
Post # 10
I vote for long veil. 🙂 It will look lovely!
Post # 11
Post # 12
You’ll have to excuse me as I’m new to all this wedding stuff.
im not sure about chapel length due to the sand?
Post # 13
Definitely a veil! It’d look amazing with that dress 🙂 x
Post # 14
I agree with previous posters, a veil would look perfect with this dress x
Post # 15
Chapel length raw edge veil will look perfect!!