I’ve got my views about it and since this is MY blog, I’m going to talk about it and nobody can stop me.
I think you will be surprised at where I stand.
I overhear conversations about where people stand and I can honestly say that I see both sides.
Should I wear a Veil on my Wedding Day or just a headpiece.
Was there another debate going on?
What did you think I was talking about?
No, sorry. You don’t care what I think about that.
Ok, back to the veil thing.
In the last ten years, veils have not always been on trend. I saw more Brides just wanting headpieces, flowers or a simple vintage brooch to adorn their hair.
Do I love that look?
Yes. I think it is a beautiful contemporary look. It’s simple and glamorous all at the same time.
Let me list a few reasons why you might want to rethink your decision if you have already decided not to wear a veil.
1. Let me ask you a question, how often do you get to wear a veil? For most people the answer is “only on my Wedding Day”.
2. I once read a study in a Bridal Magazine where they took 100 Grooms and asked them to draw a Bride. Every single one of them drew a bride with a veil.
3. It truly finishes your look. When you wear a veil, you look like a Bride, not just a girl wearing a white dress.
Do you know what is so great about fashion right now? Anything goes!!
I mean, come on
What says anything goes like a freakin’ fanny pack and denim on denim?
But it’s also true about Bridal.
There are so many different looks that are in style and you can find a veil that will match each one, whether it’s Bohemian
or classic drama
Just don’t wear a fanny pack that day. Please.
Wear it for the Ceremony and then take it off afterwards and keep your headpiece on. Not only does this create a more relaxed feel, it also helps your hair when your guests want to hug you. I have seen more veils get ripped out of Brides’ hair that way.
So in closing I would like to ask you to please reconsider wearing a veil.
It’s the American way!