that is intended to cover some part of the head or face.
Well, times have changed the meaning of the tradition of wearing a bridal veil:
Depending what kind of ceremony you will have
Depending the time of day your ceremony will take place
And most important depending on the LOCATION or DESTINATION
you have choosen for your wedding.
There are many stories of the origin of a bride's veil.
Some say that the veil was used in days past as a symbol of a bride's submission and willingness to obey her husband.
Certain lengths of bridal veils got their names from how or where they were worn. At one time, Cathedral Veils were only worn in wedding that took place in cathedrals.
CREATING A NEW TREND:
Instead of having more than one wedding dress,
choose to have 2 sets of veils, and a last hair piece.
A. One for the ceremony:
A traditional veil or even a mantilla.
A mantilla is a lace or silk veil or shawl worn over the head and shoulders, often over a high comb, popular with women in Spain.
B. for your cocktail and dinner party wear a bird cage veil:
It is a short veil that extends to just over the chin. It is made of French, Russian, or English netting. The size of the squares in the netting is what differentiates the three types, with French being the tightest weave while the English being the largest.
C. AFTER TOSSING THE BOUQUET YOU CAN LOOSE THE VEIL and just party on with a very calsic HAIR PIECE, and you will never loose the “bridal” touch but will have 3 different looks on the same day and they will create a permanet gloss around you.
Are you ready for your fairytale?
you can't decide which veil you want to wear?
Well ... its your wedding day just WEAR THEM ALL!!!