Post # 1
For those of you like myself who are wearing a two-tiered veil: Is your dad lifting your veil or your FH? I rewatched Kate Middleton’s wedding and her dad was the one to lift her veil. That is what I’m leaning toward for now, but I go back and forth. Both my dad and FH want to be the one to do it, lol. What are you guys doing??
Post # 3
Commenting because I hadn’t thought of this and probably should!
Post # 5
I’m not sure why this is under media – can you please move it to traditions?
Post # 6
My father is going to do it.
Post # 7
I will have my fiance lift my veil.
Post # 8
My mom lifted my veil when I got to the alter. Such a sweet moment!
Post # 9
I was going to have Darling Husband do it but it was so windy that I couldn’t take it anymore and lifted it up myself!!!!
Post # 10
My dad lifted it to give me a kiss, but put it back down. I really wanted Darling Husband to lift it before he kissed me. I don’t remember if I asked him specifically if there was something that he wanted to do, or if I just told him.
Post # 11
I’m only having my dad walk me half way down the aisle. I honestly wanted to walk alone because I feel like a strong, self sufficient woman, but it would break my fathers heart lol so were doing half and half, so Fi wilit lift the veil before the kiss. 🙂
Post # 12
@Chelwilly: I’m walking myself down the aisle, so my fiance will lift my veil when I get to the altar. My veil isn’t a true two-tiered veil, but it is a drop veil (like the Duchess of Cambridge’s), and I wanted it over my face walking down the aisle but not for the whole ceremony.
Post # 13
- Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House
I think I’ll have my dad do it, but I have to discuss this with my Fiance, I haven’t even thought about it
Post # 14
My dad did it, that and walking me down the aisle-were the only 2 symbolic things he got to do. It was a really sweet moment-one of my favorite of the day. Of course my mom had to fix it in the back to makerightly right.
Post # 15
My dad will be doing mine. Personally, I don’t want it in my face any longer than necessary.