Veil Me

Do you want to wear a veil? 

Veils have been worn for centuries all across the world and until this day are commonly seen as a bridal tradition. 

Brides always ask us if they should wear a veil or not. We always recommend trying veils with your favorite wedding gowns to see if you love it. There are so many different variations of veils that are guaranteed to perfect your look.

Every veil designer adds their own touch to their veils, but traditionally the most common lengths are: 

  • Elbow
  • Fingertip
  • Waltz
  • Chapel
  • Cathedral

Veils come in all different cuts and designs (lace, bling, silk, horsehair, etc.) and of course if you're wanting to combine your favorite looks, there are always options to customize a veil.

Blushers are a very popular topic of discussion. Traditionally, the bride has a blusher attached to a veil that goes over her face until she is "unveiled" at the ceremony. Wearing a blusher is all about the brides preference, and not required. Some brides like the effect of extra volume that the double layer creates without placing the blusher over the face. 

Wanting to try on veils? Book your accessory appointment today! We are having a Toni Federici Trunk Show June 8th-17th. Our shop has over 100 veils, and if you can't find your perfect one, Toni Federici can customize your perfect veil!

Call us 858-523-9254 with any questions and to make your accessory appointment with our bridal stylists. 
 

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Hair Styles Down The Aisle

VEIL? HAIR COMB? HALO? UP? DOWN?

HAIR COMB
These lovely hair accessories are the most common bridal hair accessory, other than the veil! Hair combs are the perfect touch of bling and a great way to spice up your beautiful bridal hairdo.

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Most hair pieces are created to allow your hairstylist to manipulate the comb to your hair style. Whether that means wrapping it around your bun, or weaving it into your braid, you can have a lot of fun working these accessories into your bridal look to fit your personality! 

HEADBANDS AND HALOS
For the bride who wants a little more drama, headbands and halos are the perfect! You can go blingy, or go fora  softer and romantic look with a floral embellishments. 

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BUT WHAT ABOUT MY VEIL? 
Don't worry, you can have them both! Here are examples of how hair pieces are still worn with the veil. You'll want both for your ceremony and photos, and can always remove your veil later at your reception and still have your sparkly hair piece in for the dance floor!

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