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We will be talking about veils as a bridal accessories.
The veil is an old bridal accessories / tradition that has stood the test of trends, fad and time. Brides once wore veils to symbolize virginity or modesty and the face was covered during the wedding ceremony. The new groom would lift the face veil in order to kiss his bride and this symbolizes the groom's right to enter into conjugal relations with his bride.
Veils come in different tiers, styles and lengths. The tiers include one, two or three and the lengths range from blusher, waist length, sweep length,court length and cathedral length to mention a few. In modern wedding ceremonies, it is common to see brides replace veils with hats, fasinators, hair feather or wearing just the crowns and tiaras without a veil underneath. This leaves me wondering if veils are still the number one go to bridal accessory. I am sure you are thinking but the cathedral length veils has become the star veil with brides even when their gowns have along train. Yes, the cathedral length veil, whether one or two tier, has moved from a fad or trend to the real deal with most bride preferring it over others. This has spur some thoughts in my mind.
Are veils gradually been taken over by hair fasinators and hair feathers?
How long will the cathedral length veil be the go to veils for brides?
As a bride will you be wearing a veil or ditching it?
If you will be wearing a veil ,which veil will you be wearing and why?
Kindly share your thoughts with us in the comment session.
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