Fashion & Beauty
How to Choose a Wedding Veil to Match Your Dress & Theme
Wondering about which veil will go best with your dress?
Traditional & Versatile
When wondering how to choose a wedding veil, consider a few things: the silhouette of your wedding dress, the style of your event, and what length you feel most comfortable with. This traditional, raw-edge, cathedral length veil is a classic accessory. While you could pair this with a wide variety of dress styles, it will stand out the most with a body-skimming silhouette, such as a mermaid or trumpet gown.
Embodying classic romance, this floral lace embroidered veil would go with a variety of dresses. A great complement to a traditional wedding dress, the length and volume of this veil would look beautiful with a fit and flare or column silhouette.
When you’re planning an eclectic event that represents your jovial personalities and unique tastes, you want details that add to the fun! This electric yellow birdcage veil is incredible for modern brides who want a bright pop of color on their wedding day look.
With tons of lacework and a Juliet cap, this boho veil is really stunning. Because it is such a statement accessory, don’t pair it with a complicated, overly-embellished gown. Wear it with a simple boho sheath dress or lace fit and flare.
Curious about how to choose a wedding veil to complement a vintage wedding dress? This tapered veil with floral pattern detailing is subtle and lovely, and especially fetching with a lace gown.
When you’re wearing a retro inspired a-line, you need a cute veil to go with it. This 1950s inspired birdcage veil with a feathery fascinator is also embellished with a little bit of sparkle.
Woodsy & Natural
Getting married in a rustic chic ceremony in the middle of a woodsy wonderland? This flowing veil accented with flowers would look gorgeous with a more relaxed wedding dress and minimal accessories.
Art Deco Elegance
Drop veils can match any kind of wedding dress and theme with the right accessories and in the right length. For an Art Deco wedding, place a golden crown to wear over the sheer veil.
Whether with lots of lace or a Swiss dot pattern (like this sweet veil), veils with texture go well with simple dresses. If you select a veil like this one with a heavily patterned dress, the texture of the veil will get lost.
Short & Sweet
Sometimes you want to wear a veil, but your venue doesn’t seem as suited to something long and airy. Find a veil that sits above the shoulders for everything from a more rustic setting to a busy courthouse event.