Veil or NO Veil for the beach wedding????!!!!

posted 2 years ago in Accessories
Post # 2
2125 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

I would wear a veil. I think it really completes and enhances the overall look. 

Post # 3
904 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 1975

diana11206:  Totally! At least for the ceremony. You can always take it off later. Take some pics with it on and some without. Agree with pp, it does complete the bridal look. 

Post # 4
584 posts
Busy bee

It completes the bridal look, but so does a hairpiece and you can wear that all day and not worry about it.  

I ended up not going the veil route and I thought I would regret it but I didn’t at all and no one asked me about it either.  It was also really windy on our wedding day so I was extra glad I didn’t have to worry about the veil during the ceremony.  It was so windy a guest caught our cake table just before it blew over, so no amount of veil clips or weights would have helped.

Post # 5
2918 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

YES YES YES! I am a huge advocate of veils for brides, it is literally the ONLY time you will ever be able to wear one so I say yes!   I also had a DW and knew I wanted to wear a veil so I could get this exact picture.  My photographer asked if I wanted to take it off cause it was blowing around quite a bit but I said…nope, I must get this shot!  I’m glad I did!

Post # 6
294 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2014

I chose not to wear a veil for my DW in Cozumel – the ocean breeze tends to be relatively strong and if it’s blowing the wrong direction, your veil could be eating the groom the entire ceremony. However, I do think the long veil looks beautiful with your dress. For my wedding, I found an inexpensive long veil on Etsy and brought it to get a few of those great veil pics, but didn’t wear it the rest of the time.

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