Create drama with 120+ inches (!) of tulle
A cathedral veil delivers an unforgettable statement that's classic and a touch regal. With yards and yards of fabric extending from the comb, your veil will trail gracefully beyond your dress's train as you move.
Frame your figure without hiding dress details
Mid-length veils, including elbow-length, fingertip, and walking veils, provide a traditional look but also work with tea-length dresses and alternative bridal styles.
Highlight the face beautifully
Opt for a short veil to incorporate tradition without taking any attention away from your dream dress. From birdcage silhouettes made with fishnet Russian tulle to cascading styles that fall to the middle of your back, these styles channel vintage romance.
Lift for a big ceremony reveal
If you’re dreaming of a big reveal during the ceremony, you’ll want a blusher veil to conceal your face for your walk down the aisle. Pair this short veil with a longer veil worn down the back.
Veils come in a range of shades including white, ivory, champagne, and whisper pink. Match your wedding dress's color if you can, or go with the one that's closest. For gowns in soft tones like blue or blush, an ivory veil looks beautiful.
The trim or beading on your veil doesn't have to mimic your dress's details perfectly, but it's lovely when they complement each other: metallic embroidery or statement lace on both, for example.
Single-tier and multi-tier options allow you to select the level of volume that’s right for your look. You can also double up on veils to create a completely custom two-tier effect with exactly the drama you desire.
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