Handmade in Britain by our bespoke veil-maker Joyce Jackson, here is a simple ribbon-edged two-tier veil.
This is just one of the veil sample styles we carry, for our real brides to try with their bespoke gowns.
The usual length of the blusher part at the front is about 30 inches from comb to tip, regardless of the length of the veil at the back (which can be any length you like, darlings).
Some of our brides ask if the blusher can be made longer...it can, but the reason they are mostly this length is that the fullest part of the veil then stops at the waist (accentuating how small it is by comparison), and also, if you choose to wear the blusher over your face, it doesn’t cover your bouquet.
If you’re asking the question “should I wear a veil on my wedding day”, the answer I give all my brides is 100% “it’s up to you...why not try one on and see how you feel”. For me, it is a thing of beauty, creating a dreamy quality and enhancing the silhouette of a strong, confident woman, in the most delicious gown she’ll ever wear.
It can be symbolic if you want it to be, you can wear the blush over your face, or not- it’s up to you.
It’s your wedding day and I think this is a day to step forward on a journey you were already on, with a person you love. You may want to incorporate elements in that special day which are symbolic to you personally, and a veil may be one of them Xx
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