The wedding veil becomes an important part of the bridal accessories. It has been living since time immemorial which has a symbol of the purity of women.
Nevertheless, looking back at the rich history of wedding veils, they represent and signify an array of cultures and beliefs which are as diverse as the countries all over the globe.
Modern bridal veils have evolved but still carry their symbolism as part of the entire ensemble. You may see that wedding veils now are reminiscent of a number of the styles of the preceding decades.
However, since fashion is ever-evolving, you will surely get these hottest styles for this year very trendy and classy. Wedding veils coming in long and short styles, here are some of the hottest styles.
Birdcage Wedding Veils
One of wedding fashion’s main comebacks is the birdcage veil. The industry has witnessed a huge comeback since last year since a lot of brides have opted to use them not just as veil but also as a fashion statement during their walk down the aisle.
The diamond-shaped netting is a signature for birdcage veils but the ornaments that you can make use of are endless- from Swarovski crystals, to feathers and flowers, to pearls and small ribbons. And also, if you desire to have a vintage theme, using a birdcage veil can put some magic to your wardrobe.
Colored Wedding Veils
Having colored veils seems to be a break from the traditional white that most brides opt to put on. You can select from white veils with colored edges or a full-colored veil according to your motif.
This is quite a daring move particularly if you are traditional, but if you love to experiment with color, it’s best to begin with the veil that has very light shades of pink, yellow, green, blue and mocha.
Mantilla Wedding Veil
This type can range from short to long e.g. cathedral wedding veil. Traditionally mantilla veils are worn by women during ceremonies like Sunday mass or when attending baptism.
Nowadays, the mantilla veil can be used for weddings to deviate from its traditional purpose.
New Mantilla Wedding Veil
Swiss dots give this on-trend mantilla veil a playful, modern twist. This Spanish-inspired style is best paired with a streamlined silhouette, allowing the veil to form a soft halo around the body.
Lace Wedding Veils
For a number of women, lace is only most excellent to employ on the wedding gown. But since last year, lace veils have a following among the younger generation of brides only on account of its elegance and beauty.
Nevertheless, it’s most excellent to make use of lace veils that are easy and won’t overpower the beauty of the wedding gown. Scallop-edge lace for the wedding veil is also a good option so as to accent the veil itself and to adorn the whole ensemble without overwhelming it.
Delicate Lace Wedding Veil
A delicate lace veil is the stylish answer to a simple, understated gown. We love the romantic effect the veil has when paired with long, loose waves.
Swarovski Wedding Veils
The addition of Swarovski crystals on wedding veils is an excellent way to eliminate the dull and simple fabric that covers the head and face of the bride.
A simple tulle or sheer veil can emerge a magnificent look when studded with sparkling Swarovski crystals. The crystals are also perfect to use on the edges of the veil for that added sparkle.
Glam Embellished Wedding Veils
Accessorize an already dazzling dress with an equally brilliant veil. Choose one with details that match the color of the beading or embellishments on your gown.
Juliet Cap Wedding Veil
Add an element of drama to any bridal look with a bundle of silk flowers and a netted Juliet cap. Finish off a simple gown with this elaborate topper for a hint of romance, or put it together with a lacy boho number and channel a flower-child vibe.
Extravagant Appliqués Wedding Veils
Light and airy organza flowers lend a luxurious, bohemian flair to a sheer chapel-length veil. To pull off an over-the-top topper like this one, let the veil be the centerpiece of your look and pare down everything else (think: simple silhouettes, silky fabrics and warm hues).
Sophisticated Blusher Wedding Veil
Artfully arranged layers of tulle and netting deliver demure sophistication. We love the modern edge a stunning blusher veil brings to a lacy feminine silhouette.
Halo Wedding Veil
The on-trend halo veil is the perfect complement to a simple, elegant gown. Since this look drapes over your entire head and torso, you won’t be able to clip or pin it into your hair, so to keep it from slipping, you’ll need to weight it down.
Try a golden floral headpiece for a regal look with a bohemian twist, or top it with a jeweled cap for a super-glam princess vibe.
Bubble Blusher Wedding Veil
Keep all eyes on you with a bold bubble veil. This couture-inspired accessory pairs perfectly with a stylish updo and billowing gown for a one-of-a-kind, statement-making look we can’t help but love. PS: It’s also a great way for short brides to get some height!
Simple Boho Wedding Veil
Inspired by style icon Kate Moss, this simple-yet-utterly-romantic veil has a flirty, festival-chic vibe. A veil like this works best with an equally simple yet stunning sheath or A-line gown.
Classic Cathedral Wedding Veil
The preferred choice of royals around the world—and the iconic accessory for the classic bride—a sweeping cathedral-length veil is the way to go to make a formal statement. With two layers of tulle that fall a dramatic three-and-a-half yards down from the headpiece, this grand veil can hold its own next to a billowing ball gown.
Bandeau Wedding Veil
This sexy take on the birdcage style masks only the eyes, giving off an air of mystery and elements of intrigue to your bridal look. Pair it with a gown that’s just as seductive—one with a sheer neckline or a slinky silhouette should do the trick.
Sideswept Wedding Veil
To take your look to the next level, you need accessories that are anything but ordinary. A bead-embellished lace headband with a sideswept veil is unexpectedly gorgeous, and the ultimate addition to a lacy sheath or an elegant A-line gown.
Colorful Embroidery Wedding Veil
Perfect for the modern bride who still holds stock in traditional wedding style, this veil silhouette has old-school appeal, but the colorful embroidery and the blush hue lend to a modern style.
Couture Birdcage Wedding Veil
If you went the traditional route with your dress but are still craving a unique couture detail, accessorize a messy updo with a Victorian-inspired birdcage veil. You’ll look fashion forward during the ceremony, then you can change up your look for a party hairstyle during the reception.
Wedding Veil and Headpiece Combo
Combine a gilded head piece with a classic veil for a combination all your own. You’ll feel like total royalty—as you should.
Whichever wedding veil style you select will rely on the style of your gown. If you desire to experiment with a combination of styles of wedding veils, you may consult with your local designer to make a wedding veil that will suit your wedding gown flawlessly. The Knot