Monday, November 9, 2009

i sorta kinda wanna veil

Truth be told = I think I've loved every Cathedral veil I ever met. The weird thing is, I can't imagine myself wearing one.

I will, most likely, say my vows sans head decoration...but who knows. These veils are so incredibly romantic...I love the idea of looking/feeling romantic as a bride. I go back and forth on this topic. I have noticed, interestingly enough, that as my wedding approaches, I find myself leaning more and more on the traditional. What if I end up wanting to be more of the classic bride on top of the mountain? Hum.

All I know is that these veils make me swoooooon.

Pronovias (no clue where I got the pic though!)


  1. do it, if you want to! my husband didn't want to wear a suit to our he didn't, and it didn't look weird. i don't think a cathedral veil would look weird in the mountains. it could even be a fun diy project. and don't let anyone tell you it's too formal--wear what makes you happy!

  2. Your wedding, your rules.

    You can always borrow my veil. Making that thing was definitely a labor of love.

  3. Those last two are breathtaking.

  4. I didn't want to wear a veil either, until my seammstress put one on me...a long floor length one and I swooned too. I just loved how it totally made the dress look soft and romantic!

  5. Originally, I didn't want to wear a veil, but ended up wearing a cathedral mantilla veil. It was perfect for our wedding in Mexico.

  6. I thought about skipping the veil and then I thought I would just borrow one from a friend. When that wasn't working out, I thought I would try to make one to avoid the outrageous expense and to have one like I wanted that was not too poofy. In the end, I bought one (a one tier fingertip length one with some beading on the edges), and I loved wearing it. :)



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