Post # 1
I always knew I would want to wear a veil on my wedding day… but then I realised there was more than that to figure out.
At first I was trying to decide whether my dad would be the one to lift up the blusher before he “gives me away”, or if I would wait until the kiss. After some thinking I decided it was more important that FH and I could see each other clearly, not only through our vows but also for the walk down the aisle, where we will see each other for the first time (not doing a first look). So I’ll still have a veil fixed to my head somehow, just without a blusher/the blusher put back.
Just curious as to what everyone else has done/will be doing and what made you reach your decision?
Post # 3
@ksus07: I’m like you, I want to see my FH clearly (and I imagine looking from behind a veil is not comfortable).
Where I’m getting married, the tradition is for the groom to lift the veil before the kiss. Once I heard a pastor saying something with reference to Jacob-Leah-Rachel. Probably I’m too sensitive, but I hate that. So this is another reason why I don’t want a veil with a blusher.
But then I saw Mantilla veil, and I thought that’s perfect. I get to wear a veil but without the “unveiling of the bride” part.
Post # 4
- Wedding: September 2013 - Creek club at ion, SC
Uhhh never really thought about it but i guess as soon as I reach the bottom of the aisle. I want to see clearly everything
Post # 5
@ksus07: I voted for the first option where I should’ve voted the third option.
Post # 6
- Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House
I can see quite clearly through my veil, but I’m lifting it at the end of the aisle anyway
Post # 7
I am in the camp of wanting to be able to see everything. haha. And I am going a route my mother hates, it’ll be lower on my head vs. on the top. But it’s what I want. I want the tradition of wearing a veil but at the same time want it to be comfortable.
Post # 8
Im wearing an oval viel with a satin trim. I’ll have my pops lift it atthe end of the aisle when he gives me away.
Post # 9
@ksus07: I’m wearing it over my face till the kiss but only because Fiance really has his heart set on lifting it himself
Post # 10
I wore my blusher until I reached the end of the aisle where my mom then lifted it. I was able to see through my veil without a problem.
Post # 11
I didn’t wear a blusher but I’d want to be able to see clearly.
Post # 12
@ksus07: I think it’s super cute when a bride wears it down the aisle and then the blusher is lifted after her special walk! I only wore a blusher on my wedding day, but behind me. Never in front of my face.
Post # 13
I wore my blusher down the aisle and during the ceremony, but that is required in my religion. I think if you want the best of both worlds then wear your blusher down the aisle and then put it behind you once you reach your husband.
Post # 14
I’m torn between not having a blusher and wearing a blusher and lifting it up once I get down the aisle to the altar.
Post # 15
@ceebree: Love your dress 🙂
Post # 16
@ksus07: I’m making a veil without a blusher.