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Berta
Just Said Yes September 2020

Veil help

Berta, on July 26, 2020 at 10:59 AM Posted in Wedding Attire 0 4
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Hello everyone! I need help finding a nice veil to pair with my dress. Not sure what length to go for but I’m leaning towards getting a longer one it just looks more romantic. Should the veil be longer than the train? I’m 5’1 and I’m afraid it’ll get tangled around me / that I’ll trip over it...or should I get a shorter veil? What about width and layers? Is there something I should be looking out for? Feel free to leave pics of veils that you think will looks good for this dress. Thank you!!



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Latest activity by Kristen, on July 28, 2020 at 8:25 PM
  • Sinaya
    Devoted August 2022
    Sinaya ·
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    I’m 5’3” and got a dress with a similar silhouette as this one and I went with a cathedral veil. I feel like it adds an extra wow factor.
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  • Nicole
    Rockstar September 2020
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    I think a single tier cathedral veil would look really nice with your dress. Something like this with lace that matches the lace on your dress but doesn’t overwhelm it.
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  • Lynnie
    WeddingWire Administrator October 2016
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    Oooh that's a beautiful dress! ❤️

    I also vote a long cathedral length veil! Shorter veils could cut off your dress visually - it has such a beautiful shape where it starts flaring in the back!

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  • Kristen
    Savvy June 2021
    Kristen ·
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    You can do either or. In my opinion a shorter veil would look really nice. Your train is amazing and I don't think it should be covered by a veil. If you are an Amazon Prime member, shop their veils order a few (they are cheaper than the average cost) and try them with your dress. With Prime you can return what doesn't look right at zero cost to you.

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