I’m wearing a veil for the ceremony and then taking it off after. There’s no other time in your life you get to wear a veil and it will look great in photographs! Plus then you have a momento you can pass down.
I might be biased (because I dislike veils), BUT I do think that your style dress would work very well with a veil cape. It would attach to your shoulder straps (at the top) and hang open in the middle.
I’ve been told that a veil is what Makes you truly feel like a bride. I also want a veil for all of the photo ops that it provides! Mine will be relatively sheer so that you can still see the awesome back of my dress. But it’s lined with beads which accents my dress. I couldn’t even pick a dress without seeing it without the veil. At no point will I have the veil over my face though.
I personally don’t like veils so I’m wearing a quartz crystal tiara. It doesn’t make me feel any less bridal. So interesting for others to say that. If you want to wear one, go for it! And if you don’t, there are so many other options!
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Your dress is amazing! I was on the fence of veil or no veil to. I chose to do one. If you don’t you can always wear a nice hair piece. I felt much more bridal with a hair piece and the veil that’s why I chose it
Yes to the veil! I know veils are an extra add on to your budget, but it’s the only day you are able to wear a veil and I believe it completes the whole bridal look. But if it’s not something you’re obsessed about then go without it.
First the dress is amazing. I wore a veil at my first wedding. I am not as it’s a second wedding. But also I think it’s for younger brides. My dress has loads of tulle and a big train of tulle. I just felt adding a veil might be too much. With your dress a beautiful shear veil as long as your dress would be gorgeous. Then ditch it after the pics and ceremony.