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I have decided i want to wear a veil, only for ceremony and a few formal photos afterwards then wanted to take it out,….
However i cannot find a veil that suits my dress. Could you please help me pick out a few different styles to try on with my dress when it comes in….
I have attached a copy of me in my dress at the fitting 🙂
Any advice would be greatly appreciated <3
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That’s the same dress I am wearing!! You look beautiful btw. I think a very simple viel with a little beaded edge would look really cute. It’s such a unique gown!
Post # 5
@futuremrslennon: I’m wearing the same dress and I had the same problem with trying to figure out a veil. I tried on a 2-tier ribbon edge veil and I thought it was pretty but a bit much for the dress. If you put both tiers down your back then it hides the corset back. I loved the corset back. So I decided to order a 1-tier ribbon edge veil with no other embellishments. I haven’t got it in yet but I’m hoping it will work. Good luck!
On another note….how did they bustle your dress? I’m getting a little bit worried about that.
Post # 6
It screams birdcage veil to me. Just my 2cents.
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@VegasTina: wow i love our dress lol…. they bustled mine with a button and its almost all wrapped around my lowerbody (if that makes sense)…. Whens your wedding? i have been trying to find people that have worn this dress and see their wedding photos :)good luck with you wedding too 🙂
@AJester2: ill be wearingmy hair down and this type would not suit 🙁 i wish it did, as they go well with the vintage rustic theme im going with 🙂
Post # 8
I would go with a birdcage or a shoulder/elbow length – especially if the dress has detailing like a corset back. Something with a rolled edge or a satin pencil edge. 🙂
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