wedding veil

Such a beau­ti­ful and solemn cer­e­mo­ny as a wed­ding, of course, remains in the mem­o­ry for a long time, not only among the new­ly­weds, but also among all those present. As a rule, at this event, all eyes are on the bride, her out­fit, image. There­fore, every­thing must be thought out to the small­est detail. In addi­tion to the fact that a girl wants to be the most attrac­tive, one should not for­get about tra­di­tions, because a wed­ding involves observ­ing a num­ber of rules.

In this arti­cle, we pro­pose to dis­cuss the wed­ding veil — an impor­tant attribute of the wed­ding image of the bride.

Wedding veil — styles and types

One of the main rules that should be observed dur­ing the wed­ding is that the bride must be cov­ered in church with her head cov­ered. For this pur­pose, of course, you can use an ordi­nary scarf, but, you see, the veil looks more ele­gant, more ele­gant and solemn. But every bride needs to know a few impor­tant points:

  • the veil should cov­er the entire head. And this means that an acces­so­ry attached to the back of the head is not suit­able for a wed­ding cer­e­mo­ny;
  • a long veil is the best option for a wed­ding. It can be fixed as you like, and dur­ing the cer­e­mo­ny, just throw a long edge over your head;
  • the most prac­ti­cal options are a veil cape and a veil hood for a wed­ding. True, they are not always suit­able for a cer­e­mo­ny in the reg­istry office, a wed­ding pho­to shoot and a ban­quet, because they look quite strict.

It is best to choose a uni­ver­sal veil that can be worn through­out the wed­ding day. This will save you from a num­ber of trou­bles that the solemn event is already filled with. But if dif­fi­cul­ties do not fright­en you, then a wed­ding veil can be pur­chased as an addi­tion­al beau­ti­ful acces­so­ry.

See also
Wedding t-shirts