Post # 1
traditions and every thing i was raised with says you have to be a virgin to wear a veil over your face but what if you messed around while you were engageed but not yet married and lost your virginity but decided to become a secondary virgin
could you still wear a veil over your face
Post # 3
Sure, why not? I really don’t think your private life is anyone’s business, and I can’t imagine anyone would question your wedding day fashion choices.
Post # 4
thats a thing of the past in my opinion. I think i might wear the veil over my face because i would love that moment where its lifted off by my father. And trust me…i am NO virgin.
Its your choice and everyone else can stuff it.
Post # 5
Well not sure what belief system your in but your sins have been wiped clean and you have been made a new, even if you ” rededicated” yourself. Wear your veil with pride!
Post # 7
It’s nobody’s business if you’re a virgin or not – wear it!
Post # 8
These days the veil is more of a fashion accessory than a statement of purity or virginity. Anyone can wear a veil
Post # 9
To be honest, this post really surprised me. I don’t think many people continue to think of the veil as representing virginity these days – all of my friends have worn a veil over their face when they were married (4 of them now) and NONE of them were virgins. I am also planning to wear a blusher and I am not a virgin either. I would be surprised if many of your guests associated your veil with your virginity so if you want to wear a blusher veil, then you should definitely do it!
Post # 10
Fiance and I have been together for 6.5 years and living together for 2.5…that ship has LONG since sailed and I will be wearing a veil over my face:) The state of my vagina is nobody else’s business.
Post # 12
It’s your wedding; you can do what you want!
Post # 13
I think that’d be something to talk to your religious leader about, or, if you haven’t disclosed this information, see if you can find guidance in a book/website specific to your denomination. I find it a bit odd to ask a bunch of random strangers with, most likely, very different religious beliefs from your own (or no religious beliefs at all) what is/isn’t appropriate with regard to a religious question like this.
Post # 14
All my friends have been nailed several hundred times over, and they all wore veils over their faces.
Post # 15
@MissCarnival LOVE this!
@mrssrm Weddingbee is somewhere you can ask whatever you want and get all different opinions. If you don’t have anything to say please don’t leave negative comments. OP thought she could get all different opinions, she wasn’t asking if this was the place to get them.
OP- I say wear it!!!!
Post # 16
i am pretty sure that is a thing of the past.
my husband and i slept together before our wedding day, and i still wore a veil over my face. it made me feel very bridal, and it made my husband cry.