The Dos and Don'ts for buying your weddings veils Tessa Kim

The Do's and Don'ts for buying your weddings veil

Here are a few do's and don'ts to consider when it comes to choosing and wearing a wedding veil:


  • Consider your overall wedding theme and style. A traditional, long veil may not be the best fit for a bohemian, outdoor wedding, while a shorter birdcage veil may not be appropriate for a formal, black tie affair.
  • Try on multiple styles and lengths to see what looks best on you. It's important to feel comfortable and confident in your veil, so don't be afraid to try on different options.
  • Think about the neckline and back of your wedding dress. The veil should complement, not distract from, your dress.
  • Choose a veil that fits your budget. There are veils available at a variety of price points, so you can find one that works for you.


  • Wait until the last minute to choose your veil. It's best to start shopping for a veil early on in the wedding planning process to ensure you have plenty of time to find the perfect one.
  • Neglect to consider your hairstyle. Your veil should complement your hairstyle, not fight against it.
  • Overdo it with accessories. A veil is already a statement piece, so you don't want to overdo it with other accessories.
  • Forget to practice wearing your veil. It's important to get comfortable with wearing your veil before your wedding day, so be sure to practice putting it on and styling it with your hair.

Overall, the key to finding the perfect veil for your wedding is to consider your personal style, the theme of your wedding, and the shape of your dress. By following these guidelines and taking your time to try on different veils, you'll be able to find a veil that complements your look and makes you feel confident and beautiful on your big day. And remember, don't be afraid to break the rules and try something unique – after all, your wedding is a day to celebrate your love and individuality.

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