Post # 1
So this veil is over the top and gorgeous! and I just am hoping that it will work with my dress…. but is it too over the top?
the location is this very rennisancy place, getting married in this court yard with 700 roses on the huppa like structure…..
The reception is a surprise Mascarade ball…. so, I am going formal.
The veil is all crystals and embroidery…. (Eve of mylady)
I had never seen anything like it…
about me… I will be 6’1 in my dress and heels. this veil is 120″ long… my dress goes out 3 1/2 inches beyond me…. so the veil will be about 1 foot beyond dress.
My dress hasnt come yet to try on with veil…. but i am hoping that the buttons will fit right between little design at bottom….Please tell me if I am being glitter struck and if I should just go simpler….
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Post # 3
Hm both are gorgeous, but I don’t know that a dress with a back as busy as that can handle a veil that’s also busy. You can do a cathedral length, but I would suggest one without the beading/embellishments.
Post # 4
thank you, Virginia Marie
Post # 5
I think that veil would look really nice with that dress! There isn’t any lace or detailing on the train of the dress, so the beading in the veil will really pop!
Post # 6
Beautiful dress – and veil but don’t think they go together. I honestly think the train and veil will fight for attention. But if you love them both, try to find a way to make them both work. I’m sure you’re going to bustle the dress for the reception – why not permanently bustle the dress and let the veil be your train.
Would that work”
Post # 7
i think it seems like it would look off when they are apart but when you put them together i think it will look gorgeous, wish choosing a veil was that easy for me!! lol
@ i blew the budget, that is the best screen name on here i cant quite laughing, my Fiance thinks ive lost it
Post # 8
I absolutely love your dress and the veil is beautiful….go for it.
Post # 9
I’d have to agree with Virginia while both are absolutely gorgeous separately I don’t know how well they would work toether. If you had a flat/plain train there would be no question. The only way to tell for sure is to try it on with your dress when it comes in.