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The Wedding Veil

You might want to buy your veil from a bridal shop. Or you may want to use the one your mother or even grandmother may have used. The other option is that you might even think of making it with your own hands. This will be more personalized as you will get exactly what you want. You will get your supplies from the local craft shop. You can also talk to your florist for ideas. A cluster of flowers or a wreath will look very trendy. Floral Embroidered Border Cut Edge Veil If you want to buy the veil, then you must make sure that it is color coordinated with your dress. You will get veils in a variety of length. It is up to you how long you want your veil to be. If you have a simple gown, then you can opt for an ornate veil. But both ornate or vice versa does not look too good. The moment you receive your veil, you will need to hang it up. This way, most of the wrinkles will come out. The rest of the wrinkles can be taken care of with the help of a steaming iron. You can also ask your drycleaner to dry-clean it to take out the wrinkles.
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The Perfect Bridal Veil

A Bridal Veil for your Special Day

Bridal Veil

The right bridal veil can make or break a wedding ensemble. There's no hard-and-fast rule that dictates that you wear a bridal veil (hairpieces, clips, flowers, or other hair accessories are also popular ways to do up your "do" for your big day), but it's important to know your options.   A bridal veil comes in several lengths and styles, starting with the birdcage bridal veil (popular for short, flirty dresses), shoulder length, elbow length, waist, finger tip, knee, floor, chapel, and cathedral. The cathedral bridal veil is usually reserved for long, more elaborate gowns, and isn't an ideal option for a garden or outdoor wedding (you wouldn't want your bridal veil trimmed with mud!). Your options for bridal veil length are almost as varied as the styles and securing methods. Your bridal veil could be trimmed with lace (popular for vintage weddings), silk (a great option for a statement gown), or anything else that suits your fancy.   Almost as important as your bridal veil is the way in which you secure it to your noggin. The easiest and most invisible way is with pins, but you'll have to enlist the help of whomever is doing your hair for your wedding. Other brides choose to secure their bridal veil with flower clips, headbands, or even pillbox hats - it all depends on the look you're going for. Remember your options when you begin your search for your perfect bridal veil!
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