Wednesday, April 17, 2013


Although tiaras and other hair adornments are very popular, many brides still choose to wear a veil with their wedding gown. Veils come in varying lengths, from the birdcage veil which covers the face, to the full length chapel veil which adds a bit of drama to the overall vision. Veils can be very detailed, with beading or lace, or just a very simple netting. Some veils are very flamboyant in design with flowers or beaded headpieces  and made to wear closer to the face. Other veils are worn on the back of head and are very light and airy in appearance. So many styles and options are available, but the right choice is the veil that completes the dress and works well with the bride's wedding day hairstyle.

LOVE THIS DRESS, love this shot.bride wearing a beautiful vintage style white lace wedding dress and full-length mantilla style veil holding a purple bouquet - photo by Washington DC based wedding photographers Holland Photo ArtsZsaZsa Bellagio: Gorgeous TimeloveAngelic Veilveillove the veil and necklace too!Romantic Headpieces & Accessories By Enchanted Atelier | Bridal Musingsbeautiful veil out that veil! (oh & the very gorgeous dress too ~ it's my wedding dress of the week) by MichaelPhotography by Andrea Polito Photography / POLITOWEDDINGS.COM, Event PlanningEnchanted Atelier Bridal Accessories Fall / Winter 2013 | Bridal MusingsWedding Party Drink Calculator Are you hosting your wedding at your home, or another wedding venue where you will be in charge of the drinks? Are you having a hard time figuring out what beverages and garnishes you need to buy for your wedding and how much? Let the Wedding Party Drink Calculator take care of it for you! You are able to choose what items you will need (vodka, beer, wine, soda, orange juice, olives, etc) and the number of guests attending your wedding.very vintage inspiredBuzzworthy Bridal Trends: Statement Veils at Reem Acra | BridalBuzzdallas weddings, dallas brides, bridal dallas, weddings in dallasIn front of the UVA Chapel by Jen Fariello Photography

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