You’ve chosen your wedding theme, you’ve planned your guest list, you’ve probably got a specific lacey gown in mind, but what about a veil?
You may be debating between what type of fabric, lace or length you want, as the options are endless!
We’ve chosen 8 top trending veils from 2020’s list to help you with your special decision.
Draped Fingertip Veil
This type of veil comes with matching rhinestone pins, silver or gold, your choice. These add a pretty, timeless feel to the draped chiffon headpiece!
Two Tier Elbow Length Veil
If a long veil isn’t quite your cup of tea, you can opt for a simple look that’s just as eye-catching. This elbow length veil with cascading layers of tulle will add the perfect finishing touch to your outfit.
Traditional Gathered Bridal Veil and Tiara
Made from soft English net tulle, this two-in-one veil and headpiece set is usually available in any length, from fingertip (almost floor length) to cathedral (floor length or longer).
Lace Mantilla Veil
This hand-sewn design looks like something straight out of a modern fairytale (Meghan Markle comes to mind). Ivory lace topped with hand-pressed silk and cotton flower petals will add a romantic look to any bridal outfit!
Pearl Dotted Veil
This veil made of soft netting is adorned allover with glamorous pearls. This style is perfect for a casual garden wedding or a formal wedding, just keep any additional jewellery simple and let the veil do all of the talking.
Lace Hair Sash – veil alternative
If you feel a veil is too much for you but wearing nothing leaves you feeling too bare, consider this hair sash as an alternative. Use the sash to adorn an up-do or weave it into your hair for a completely unique look.
For more hair inspo, check out some of our wedding suppliers!
Blush Flower Veil
We just love this gorgeous unique veil, with just a hint of pink and flocked with paper and silk flowers, this style is perfect for dressing up a simple wedding gown.
Ombre Dip Dye Cape Veil
If wearing a veil isn’t really your style, but you still want the drama and movement of one, you may want to consider this unique cape veil. The two best features of this veil is that it can be dyed in the colour of your choice, and the veil attaches and detaches at the shoulders with a hidden clasp so you can feel free to dance around at your reception!
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