Post # 1
i am wearing a veil for the ceremony only and I am loving the bubble veil. They are so fun and girly. However I am not sure if it is a perfect match with my dress. I am awaiting one I bought on etsy that the seller will let me return.
Has anyone else chosen a bubble veil? If so, what does your dress look like? If you have photos that would be fantastic!
Post # 3
those are pretty! but i’m leaning more toward the two piece veil so he has to lift it! lol and maybe a small bird cage veil for reception
Post # 4
I’ve never seen a bubble veil before. I love the first one!
Post # 5
EEEEE I am pretty sure that I may be one whenever M pops the big question lol!!! I love the birdcage bubble veils with tulle <3
love the first one though!!! i of course am not engaged yet, but i would go with a fit and flare type dress that has a lot of ruching but nothing much of anything else…. maybe a very pnina tornai-esque type dress.
Post # 6
I totally wanted a bubble veil! I tried to DIY one, but it looked retarded and I couldn’t find one online anywhere–they were not really available 8 months ago when I needed a veil, unfortunately. Gah, I missed the trend! I think they’re fun and fresh, which is why I wanted one for my ceremony. They’re also called fountain veils!
I did try ONE on at this couture bridal shop. No pics though, too fancy fancy for that business. BUT, the veil was $500!!!!!!! So it wasn’t even a feasible expense for me. It was more than my dress! Oye.
Post # 7
500?!! OMG! I didn’t know it was a new trend I thought it was pretty retro! I am surprised by the fact that the older I get the more girlie I get!
Post # 8
Cute — I especially like the first pic. =) I probably won’t do a bubble veil (It would mess with the daisy “crown” I plan on wearing…but I like the look of them!
Post # 9
I am hoping that it is chic and fun. I see them with sheath and tea length dresses. My dress is lace over organza, no beading, sweatheart neck and then flares out past the hip..not a mermaid or trumpet. It’s pretty simple but I fell hard for it.
@Jenniphyr: I almost wore a crown of butterflies. I *love* that look!
@Crebre80: I LOVE that veil!! save that photo for that folder you will be needing 🙂
Dear, I should have posted my dress before… here it is!
Post # 10
no pix… lol i have that pic and another saved in my folder. as a matter of fact i have different folders saved for different color schemes! lol!! i’m going to blame it on the fact that i’m an event designer and i get paid to be obsessive compulsive about all things weddings!!
Post # 11
pinwheels: haven’t bought my dress yet, but I am looking at lace & organza, sweetheart neck, A-line-ish dresses – and I would love to rock a bubble veil! I would love to see a pic of your dress and your complete “look” once you’ve decided on a veil!
crebre80: I love sara gabriel veils – I have like half the website in my inspiration folder
Post # 12
@pinwheelspoprocks: love that dress!! one of my faves is very similar to that one! i think great minds think alike!!
@peanutlovespumpkins: aren’t they great?! i would totally get someone off of etsy to make them though!
Post # 13
Oh I love the first bubble veil. How Cute!! It took me so long to find the “perfect” veil and this is what I went with, and loved.
Post # 14
Wait. What is a bubble veil? … It looks like a waterfall veil I saw once.
Post # 15
First of all, your dress is GORGEOUS. I think either of those veils would look beautiful, but I have to say, I lean towards the first one like some of the other people who already posted! How will you be wearing your hair? That might make a difference on how you feel about it.
Post # 16
I love the veil! I tried one but it looked kind of goofy on me (I think it’s because I have a big head!). But if it works for you I say GO FOR IT!