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Here’s Your Guide to Bridal Veils

Bridal veils have always been a symbol of nuptial extravagance and splendor. From Princess Diana’s veil to Meghan Markle’s Givenchy tulle silk veil, the royal family has set the bar too high, giving us bridal veil goals.

In addition, celebrities, such as Kate Moss, Hailey Beiber, Kourtney Kardashian, etc., left us awe-struck with their gorgeous veils.

If you’re all set to tie the knot with the love of your life and are wondering what wedding veil to go for, you’re at the right place. Our bridal boutique in Denver has prepared a guide to help you.

What Wedding Veil Options Do You Have?

Before we discuss how to pick a veil for your big day, let’s go through the options you can choose from.

Bird Cage Wedding Veil

Bird cage veils are short ones that are 4-9" long, covering the eyes and falling at the jawline. Bandeau or bird cage veil is often designed with lace or net. If you’re not looking for a dramatic veil, this style might be the one for you.

Fingertip Wedding Veil

This veil is designed to end at the bride’s fingertips and is usually 120-122 cm in length. Fingertip veil styles are a top choice for brides since it make it easy for the design at the back of the wedding dress to be visible.

Blusher Wedding Veil

Blusher veils offer a vintage appeal and are 30" long and cover the face but end at the start of the wedding dress’s neckline. This type of wedding veil is also known as a wedge or an angle veil and is suitable for brides interested in getting that vintage look.

Floor-Length Wedding Veil

A floor-length veil matches the wedding gown length and skims the floor. For brides who can't choose between ball gowns and slimmer silhouettes, this wedding veil style can offer added volume to their look.

Chapel Wedding Veil

This wedding veil style runs as long as a train without any bustle. If you’re a bride who loves a dramatic and extra look, you can say yes to this one. A chapel wedding veil extends across the floor and beyond the bride's dress.

How to Decide on a Veil Style?

Now that you’ve explored your options, the most challenging part is making the final decision. When selecting your bridal veil, the choice comes down to three factors—your wedding gown, the budget, and overall look.

Since a wedding veil is an accessory worn to complement and complete your bridal look, it’s vital to ensure it matches your overall look. To sum it up, your wedding dress and hairstyle should complement the veil you choose.

Want to shop for bridal accessories? Visit our bridal boutique in Denver—Platinum Bridal.

We offer a stunning collection of wedding dresses designed by talented wedding dress designers. We also offer bridal accessories such as veils, jewelry, and headpieces. Etc.

Check out our collection or schedule an appointment.

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