Post # 1
Ok, I have the dress….no the painful part of the veil! ha!
We are getting married outside & my “aisle” is a long wooden bridge see below:
So I don’t want a long veil b/c if it were to get snagged I could see myself walking & then my head geting pulled back or worse I keep walking & the veil gets ripped from my head & left beind …LOL!
So I am petite & like some fullness up top & I have short hair so I’m looking into the bubble veils. Below is my dress & I don’t want the front of veil to compete with the obvious focus at the bust/waist area & on the back I want the “v” section to show..thru the veil or veil above or below it..;
and since i’m short I don’t want to “cut myself in half” visually.
So please help & offer ideas, opinions or vote!
pleae help…wedding is Oct 2nd!!!
Post # 3
I’d say either 1 or 4 – the longer length balances out th volume. Very pretty!
Post # 4
I think they’d all look really nice, but #2 is my favourite!
Your location and dress are gorgeous!
Post # 5
I love your dress and venue and I love bubble veils! I like them all but think #4 will be too much. I think #1 is your best bet–it seems sheer enough that it won’t cover up the back of your dress. I would definitely pay close attention to the length that it either falls below or above the top back of your dress.
Post # 6
All are beautiful, but I like #4 the best! I think it will go really well with your dress, and I think the back of your dress will be visible with it. It also isn’t as long as #1, so it is less likely to get snagged during your walk down the aisle.
Post # 7
I prefer #2. The main thing I would want is the veil to fall below the top of the back of the dress (in other words, no skin showing between veil and dress), but not too long that it covers your waist. #1 seems too long, #3 seems a bit short. And #4 is very “round” which I personally don’t love??