Any bride once she’s proposed to starts fantasizing about the “big day”. Everything is perfect, in thought, but when it’s time to get real, this marks the turning point of when a bride becomes a bridezilla!
There are different types of veils; there is the long veil, the birdcage veil, the asymmetrical veil, and the midsection veil. Each bride knows her theme and each theme reflects itself in the decoration, the dress, and even the veil.
Don’t worry, though calm your nerves, we at Esposa, are here to help! We already spoke about the best dress to fit your body, now we move on to picking the right veil!
See the Whole Picture: You must pick your dress first, once you do you realize if the veil is necessary or not! Wear it and add the veil, if it is extra fluff we do assure you that it’s not worth it! A general rule is that, opposites attract – if you have a simple dress, we advise you to use an elaborate veil. If your dress is full of detail then use a simple one.
Hair Everywhere: Your hair up-do should be compatible with the veil, if you have one, no headbands or extra bonnets if you have a veil. Keep it real simple, a natural-looking low hair bun or even letting your hair down will reflect beautifully with a long veil giving you the look of an angel.
But I am tall: Ok so you picked the perfect dress according to your body type and you cannot walk down the aisle without your dream veil flowing behind you. You’re in luck, veils mix beautifully with tall brides because they cover up the height!
But I am petite: For those who host a petite figure, we suggest you go for the vintage birdcage veil, the simple bohemian headset or the fluffy ones since they do not cover any of your dress nor your figure.
But I am wide: to divert the attention away from your midsection strive for asymmetrical veils like below!
You can always contact us for any image consulting advice; our experts are ready to help any bride from the choice of picking a dress to the veil and shoes!