If you are a bride-to-be and shopping for your wedding clothes anytime sooner, you’d eventually come across choosing bridal accessories. Once you pick your wedding gown, you can start finding an appropriate bridal veil that goes with your gown. A wedding veil incorporates a traditional belief of protection and is a romantic addition. Wedding veils are of several types, so you always have the freedom to choose a veil that will go with your dream look. After all, walking down the aisle with a floor-length chapel is timeless!
How to wear a wedding veil?
Wedding veils are a graceful addition to your wedding attire. Once you have chosen your bridal veil, the very next question you will land on is how to wear it flawlessly? Unlike other accessories, wearing or taking off a wedding veil can be pretty tricky. Any wrong move can spoil your hair-do, and you will not want it on your big day! Here are some simple tips to follow when wearing your veil,
- To begin with, discuss with your hairstylist that you will be wearing a veil and also tell her what type it is.
- Remember to do your hair first and then put your veil on when you are just about to leave.
- Use the comb that comes along with the veil to clip the layer on your head. You can use other bobby pins if you feel it is not secure. You can also criss-cross the bobby pins to add extra firmness. Also, ensure that the pins aren’t visible. Try going with a milder pin colour.
How to style or accessorise a wedding veil?
The look or accessories you choose wholly depends on the type of veil you have selected. Here is a list of accessories you can pair all kinds of veils with,
1 Floral crowns
Floral crowns aren’t new to the wedding world, and, surprisingly, they are style in style. If you fancy a simplistic look, you can pick a single-colour floral crown. However, if your gown is designed simple, and you want to spice up your look, you can add a multi-coloured floral crown. Alternatively, you can pick a crown veil if you feel it arduous to find a cornet that can get along with your cathedral.
2 Hair Accessories
If you’d want to flaunt your curls and are letting them loose and flow, some bridal hair clips can do the job. If you do not wish your bangs or hairs to fall on your face and your hair-do and veil to look balanced, you can use a few wedding hairpins (they come in several styles). If you feel cornets might overdress your wedding gown, you can pick a statement hair vine and keep it simple yet elegant!
If you want the look and feels of a princess on your wedding day, adding a tiara is the best thing to do. Though tiaras and wedding veils might make you look overdressed, you can still ace the look in a few steps. To begin with, ensure your hair-do is in some standard style. A messy low-bun is the best hairstyle that works well in such cases. You can also add head clips or combs to keep your veil attached and secured to the bun. Now, add a complementing tiara (pearled or white stoned tiaras are the go-to choice), and you are all done.