Post # 1
I have no clue what kind of veil would look best with this dress. I originally wanted a mantilla veil, but the guy at the dress shop told me that would be way too busy with my dress and I didn’t even try one one. I also loved this ribbon-edged veil, but they wanted to charge me $600 bucks for it which I thought was insane. I really want a blusher (the one request my Fiance has) so I think that confuses the picture as well. I want a chapel length.
I’m also including my hair inspiration pic, but won’t be using flowers.
What do you think would be best with this dress, and where do you suggest I get it from?
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Post # 3
Personally I would do a finger tip or elbow length veil. Also just a hint look on esty or ebay for veils prices wayyyyyy cheaper. As for your hair inspiration, love it since that is also one of mine!
Post # 4
http://www.etsy.com/shop/abusymother This is a shop on etsy with really good prices on veils.
Post # 5
I would do a shorter and more simple veil with your dress because of how detailed your dress is. I think you would look great with a waist length veil!
Post # 6
I think a fingertip length, cut-edge drop veil would be GORG. Blusher for him, and drama that won’t compete with your dress. Something like this:
Here’s one that’s $25!
Post # 7
I think you can do a chapel length, but definitely not something intricate like the mantilla. I say a basic ribbon edged one would be great. Check ebay- lots of cheap veils on there
Post # 8
I think with the detail at the top but mainly b/c of the assymetrical rouching in the skirt, a mantilla veil might make the overall look too fussy- a simple drop veil that @JeniRae is suggesting would be perfect.