Wedding Veil Lengths For Every Style

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Nothing makes you feel quite like a bride than trying on a veil with your dream dress! Finding the exact length can be tricky, but don’t worry, we have what you need to consider before choosing the right veil length for your bridal style.

 

VEILCATHEDRAL

Cathedral
A cathedral length veil is perfect if you’re looking for drama. Cathedral length veil will usually extend from about 7 to 20 feet long. These veils are fit for royalty and are sometimes appropriately referred to as royal length veils too.

 

VEILBALLET

Ballet Length
The ballet length veils are perfect for a bride that want a longer veil but not the stress of a train dragging behind them. This veil length falls between the fingertips and above the ground. It offers worry-free glamour that will fit most dress silhouettes.

 

VEILCHAPEL

Floor or Chapel Length
The name says it all as the length falls to the floor and sometimes a just a few inches behind the train. This is a great choice for any bride that wants to add some extra romance to their look without having someone follow behind them to help with the veil.

 

VEILFINGERTIP

Fingertip Length
This mid -length veil fall towards your elbows or fingertips which can enable you to wear both a veil and still be able to showcase your gown in all its beauty. This length can help elongate your shape and it is considered to be on the most universally flattering.

 

VEILBLUSHER

Blusher
For the traditional brides, this is a popular choice. The blusher is typically a single layer of tulle that is affixed to a comb that falls in front of the face. The blusher is rooted in religion and tradition. The concept behind a blusher involves “unveiling” the bride to her new husband one they meet at the altar. It has evolved to be a bridal fashion staple and can add a mysterious and ethereal appeal to a bridal ensemble.

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