15 different ways to wear the bride veil

If you have just decided on the date of the Big Day, we are sure that the first thought has come to the gown of your most beautiful day; generally until you step into a bridal salon for the first time, you may have no idea how many wedding veil options you actually have; all brides have their own personal opinion on the veil best suited to their personality and their look.

So to help you choose, in this article we would suggest some of the most popular and trendy styles, identifying 15 different ways to wear the veil


  1. The Glam Style

Accessorize an already dazzling dress with an equally brilliant veil. Choose one with details that match the color of the beading or embellishments on your gown.

  2.The Vintage Style

If you love a vintage-glam look, a feather-adorned birdcage veil is your must-have accessory. The cage netting that frames the face is flirty, while the embellished fabric has a delicate, feminine air.


  3.the Lace Style

A delicate lace veil is the stylish answer to a simple, understated gown. We love the romantic effect the veil adds when paired with long, loose waves.


  4. The Juliet Style

Add an element of drama to any bridal look with a bundle of silk flowers and a netted Juliet cap. Finish off a simple gown with this elaborate topper for a hint of romance, or put it together with a lacy boho number and channel a flower-child vibe.

  5.The Mantilla Style

This Spanish-inspired style is best paired with a streamlined silhouette, allowing the veil to form a soft halo around the body.


  6. The Extravagant Style

Light and airy organza flowers lend a luxurious, bohemian flair to a sheer chapel-length veil.  To pull off an over-the-top topper like this one, let the veil be the centerpiece of your look.


  7.The Sophisticated Blusher Style

Artfully arranged layers of tulle and netting deliver demure sophistication. We love the modern edge a stunning blusher veil brings to a lacy feminine silhouette.

  8.The Halo Style

The on-trend halo veil is the perfect complement to a simple, elegant gown. Since this look drapes over your entire head and torso, you won’t be able to clip or pin it into your hair, so to keep it from slipping, you’ll need to weight it down. Try a golden floral headpiece for a regal look with a bohemian twist or top it with a jeweled cap for a super-glam Arabian-princess vibe.


  9.The Bubble Blusher Style

Keep all eyes on you with a bold bubble veil. This couture-inspired accessory pairs perfectly with a stylish updo and billowing gown for a one-of-a-kind, statement-making look we can’t help but love.

PS: It’s also a great way for short brides to get some height!

  10.The Boho Style

Inspired by style icon Kate Moss, this simple-yet-utterly-romantic veil has a flirty, festival-chic vibe. A veil like this works best with an equally simple-yet-stunning sheath or A-line gown.


  11. The Classic Style

The preferred choice of royals around the world—and the iconic accessory for the classic bride—a sweeping cathedral veil is the way to go to make a formal statement. With two layers of tulle that fall a dramatic three-and-a-half yards down from the headpiece, this grand veil can hold its own next to a billowing ball gown.


  12. The Bandeau Style

This sexy take on the birdcage style masks only the eyes, which gives off an air of mystery and adds an element of intrigue to your bridal look. Pair it with a gown that’s just as seductive—one with a sheer neckline or a slinky silhouette should do the trick.


  13. The Sideswept Style

To take your look to the next level, you need accessories that are anything but ordinary. A bead-embellished lace headband with a sideswept veil is unexpectedly gorgeous, and the ultimate addition to a lacy sheath or an elegant A-line gown.


  14. Colorful Embroidery Style

Perfect for the modern bride that still holds stock in traditional wedding style, this veil silhouette gives off an old school vibe, but the colorful embroidery and the blush hue lend modern style.


  15. The Couture Birdcage Style

If you went the traditional route with your dress but are still craving a unique couture vibe, accessorize a messy updo with a Haute Couture-inspired birdcage veil. You’ll look fashion forward during the ceremony, then you can change up your look for a party hairstyle during the reception.

If you wish to marry in one of the wonderful Italian wedding destinations, please contact us we will give you all the information about how to marry in one of the most fashionable cities in Italy such as Milan or in the splendid Florence immersed in the Tuscan hills or in the romantic Venice, Up to the magnificent Amalfi Coast near Naples and Sorrento.

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