Post # 1
this is my dress, cant decide if i should wear a elbow length veil. My wedding is in Jamaica on a dock on the beach( not sand). what do you think?!
ps, this is not fit to me yet, way to long, i know.
pps 🙂 hair half up half down
Post # 3
Veil! You only get to wear one once, so why not?
Post # 4
Exactly what I was going to say….thief
Post # 5
veil! You don’t have to wear the blusher, but I think a veil is pretty.
Post # 6
I think a veil provides such a finished look for a bride. My DH and I saw a wedding on a dock in Jamaica while we were there on our honeymoon, and the bride wore a veil. She looked absolutely gorgeous!
Post # 7
Woudl you wear something else in your heair like a fascinator?
Post # 8
ahh im happy, none of my friends thought i should but i agree with you all. No blusher, no bird cage. if i dont do a veil, probably just be a flower or something small and simple
Post # 9
I agree with the others that you might as well, you only do this once.
I also just had to comment and say we have (almost) the same first and middle name!
Post # 10
aww thanks! Its a good one hehe 🙂
Post # 11
Dress is beautiful! I thought I didn’t want a veil, but like a couple of the other bees said, when else will you be able to wear one? And it just completes the bridal look. My mom didn’t cry at the bridal salon until they put the veil on me. That’s when she said I looked like a bride 🙂
Post # 12
Yes, I’d say go for a veil! Elbow-length sounds perfect – not too much, not too little. You can also take it off for some pics so that you have both looks. 🙂
Post # 13
I wore an elbow-length veil for the ceremony, and removed it for the reception. I love how the pictures during the ceremony look with it on – definitely would choose to wear it again if I did it over!
Post # 16
I also think you should wear a veil. I wore one just for the ceremony and pictures and then at the reception I switched it for a hair flower. And your dress is gorgeous! 🙂