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I recommened you to go for veil, it will enchance your personality. choosing a veil is very stressful work but  i can advice you,If your dress is high-necked or has detail on the shoulders, then going for a long veil would be a better choice and if a gown has back detailing then short veil would be a wise choice. Wider veils can be favorable with brides wearing strapless dresses though wanting a little coverage around the arms.

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I do not want a veil. I feel like it will be a waste of my money because I would most likely end up taking it out after the ceremony. 

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If I do have a veil I want a long one. Go big or go home! Just for ceremony and some pictures.

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If I do have a veil I want a long one. Go big or go home! Just for ceremony and some pictures.

 

I agree 100%! My pre-wedding photos came out really nice with a long veil and my photographer was very glad that I had a long veil.

 

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@@Icis in the 37 posts I will be able to look at your pictures!!! I'm almost there. 

 

@@Lilian84, you are so close!! Post something about the weather in Montreal!!

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I went to try on wedding dresses for the first time this week, and all of the bridal store people looked at me strange when I told them I didnt want a veil. When I was in a dress that I was uncertain about, and they were " jacking me up" to help with the decision, they always wanted to try it with a veil. I gave in once, just to see, and I didnt feel any more like a bride than I did without the veil.   

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Yeah I don't think a veil would make me feel like more of a bride tbh. But i'm sure for some brides it makes a difference. @@MissJen3 we are almost there.... feel free to explain in depth how the veil made you feel, or not feel actually lol 

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@@Lilian84 The veil made me feel like I was wasting money (that I could be putting into my dress), and that I was being pressured into it because most people this it is tradition. I plan on doing a simple beachy/every day me, hair style, and I want it that way so the focus is on the dress, not my veil. It was painful at times, and just irritating to constantly have to push back all the time. If I feel that way after maybe, 5 minutes max, I could only imagine how much I would hate it all day.

 

 

One more post closer! ahah 

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