Lynsey here, head veil designer at The Wedding Veil Shop popping in to bring you our 2020 wedding veil edit!
#9 Wedding Veil Styles you absolutely need to know about for 2020!
Whether you consider yourself to be an ultra-modern bride or a more traditional kind of gal, these wedding veil styles are all going to keep you beautifully in style for the year ahead.
We’ve included veil styles to suit all wedding themes. From boho to vintage, contemporary to classic. We’ll also be offering tips and advice on how to style each type of veil, as well the kinds of dresses they would suit, and also what hairstyles they work best with.
We’re absoloutely thrilled to annouce the addition of 40 brand new wedding veil designs for 2020! We’ve added so many fabulous new designs including 14 beaded veils, 18 plain veils and 19 lace veils! This brings our total number of veils to 116!
Bespoke lace veil designs are something we really enjoy creating for our brides! There’s just something about a lace veil, isn’t there? I mean, they’re completely timeless for a start. They can look ultra-modern or totally vintage depending on the pattern and application. Typically, I find the more geometric the lace — think long straight lines, diamond shapes and crosshatching — the more modern and edgy it looks. And then there are the florals and scrolling shapes which look much more traditional. Continue reading Bespoke Lace Veils: The step-by-step process of creating your perfect veil
Our “Isabella” wired edge veil on gorgeous Real Bride Natasha
Hello again gorgeous brides to be! How is February treating you so far?
We just spotted another one of our gorgeous brides featured over on Rock My Wedding! This is always such a treat for us. We’re lucky enough to receive pics from brides quite regularly, but to be able to sit down and read about the full wedding day in all its glory is something we really enjoy.
And what a beautiful couple! Natasha looks positively divine in her Pronovias gown, and she paired it with one of our longest veils – the wavy/wired edged “Isabella” in single layer cathedral length.
Bespoke chapel length veil on gorgeous Real Bride Katherine
Ah, what’s prettier than a gorgeous newlywed couple taking a romantic walk in a field of Spring flowers? Answer = nothing.
Today we wanted to share one of our beautiful brides with you and her gorgeous wedding as originally featured over on English Wedding.
Now, I know we’re obviously on the lookout for our veils in all the featured weddings we share, but in this one, I really feel the photographer(s) made a feature of our veil too! Of course, long veils make wonderful props, but hats off to Pixies in the Cellar for their excellent use of it in all these wonderful images.
I especially love all the back-lit ones! Such a different look to what we’re used to for wedding images but I absolutely love them! They look so whimsical and romantic and they make the veil look extra boootiful!
And who says you can’t make a bit of rain work to your advantage, too? So stunning!
The veil in question here was actually a bespoke version of our Grace lace bottom veil made a little longer and with a bit more added sparkle!
Today we’re throwing it back to this gorgeous girl from 2013! Rachel’s wedding pictures showcasing our bespoke champagne veil hold great sentimental value to us because she was the first of our real brides ever to be featured on one of the BIG wedding blogs and we were just completely bowled over by it at the time. We’d never seen one of our veils looking so amazing before, and I remember thinking Rachel looked like she should be in a bridal fashion magazine!