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What Veil Should I Choose? | Wedding Advice

Mar 30, 2021

What Veil Should I Choose?

Every bride dreams of their picture perfect look on their wedding day. From the meticulously crafted hair to make up and nails. From the shoes, to the dress, to the finishing piece, the veil! Today, we take a look at three different but all equally stunning veils to help you answer the question of which veil you should choose for your big day. 

Cathedral Wedding Veil

If you are looking to make a jaw dropping entrance, the cathedral veil is the one for you. The cathedral veil typically ranges between 108”-120” and extends past the train of the bride’s dress. A dramatic effect surely to stun your guests as you walk down the aisle and provide a statement in your wedding photos.

Bride in a veil and groom at altar during ceremony
bride and groom kissing at sunset
Bride and Groom at Lake house wedding

Blusher Veil

The blusher veil is a shorter veil coming in at around 30”. This veil typically hits at just the top of the dress and has a vintage vibe to it. You may choose to have a blusher veil that falls over the bride’s face and allows for a special reveal when the groom can finally look his bride in the eyes right before they say ‘I do’.

Bride with her dad walking down the aisle
Bride in a blusher veil posing on a staircase with her bouquet of flowers

Chapel Wedding Veil

The chapel wedding veil is approximately 90” and usually ends just beyond the bride’s dress. This veil is perfect for brides who choose to forgo a train. The chapel veil can help create the illusion of the train without any of the train upkeep once you hit the dance floor. 

Bride posing in a chapel veil with her bouquet of flowers outside
Bride standing with her mom at the altar

Veils can offer a great finishing touch to your perfect wedding day look. When deciding on a veil, you may also want to consider your budget as veils can range from $200- $2,000. We promise there is an option for you!

Are you looking for more great advice for planning your wedding day? Check out our advice blog series! We realize you’re swimming in ‘How To’s, opinions, and To Do lists so we wanted to bring you real advice from wedding professionals. We do this every weekend and figured it was time you get real, tried and true advice!

Cat Deline is a Virginia Wedding Photographer specializing in weddings, elopements and couples portraits.

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