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#71 AmyandNolan2013

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    Posted 26 February 2013 - 12:19 PM

    i am definitly going to wear a veil, has anyone thought of weighing it down with something? something descrete like crystals at the end? something just for the ceremony that you can just take off?

    #72 FireyNurse

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      Posted 26 February 2013 - 02:18 PM

      Originally Posted by AmyandNolan2013 

      i am definitly going to wear a veil, has anyone thought of weighing it down with something? something descrete like crystals at the end? something just for the ceremony that you can just take off?

      I have heard ladies talk about gluing or sewing on little teeny painted fishing weights. I didn't do anything with mine and told my maid of honour to tuck it into the back of my dress IF it blew around...we lucked out with absolutely no wind so I didn't have to worry!

       

       

      Something I never thought of with my veil was that if you have a belt (Like I did) and its got bling that is a little bit rough with clasps where your bead or bling is your veil may attach itself to your belt. Mine did that quite a lot!! 



      #73 FireyNurse

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        Posted 26 February 2013 - 02:25 PM

        I don't think I ever posted on here my actual veil, it was from Etsy seller BellaBridalVeils and cost me just $53 including shipping. It has crystals scattered throughout and was a shimmery material like my dress! It was fingertip length because I didn't want it to interfere with the ruffles.  Here you can also see the belt I had on my dress that did a whole lot of grabbing of my veil! 



        #74 feebi

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          Posted 26 February 2013 - 02:40 PM

          I used a veil and loved it. Loved how it catches the wind and makes for beautiful pictures.



          #75 WeddingCancun

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            Posted 26 February 2013 - 03:13 PM

            veils are so beautiful! but sometimes brides decide not to use it and that doesn't mean they won't look like a bride without it. There are many other alternatives such as  hats, hairbands and headresses


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            #76 Jenny2014

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              Posted 27 February 2013 - 11:49 AM

              veils are so beautiful! but sometimes brides decide not to use it and that doesn't mean they won't look like a bride without it. There are many other alternatives such asĀ  hats, hairbands and headresses

              Absolutely! Being a bride is all about how you feel inside, not defined necessarily by what you are wearing on the outside. I think it's so amazing the vaste differences in every wedding. It truly is a celebrattion of the individuality of the couple!

              #77 Matt Adcock

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                Posted 28 February 2013 - 09:23 AM

                Hi Ladies,

                 

                Why not fly the veil???

                 

                 

                We loved this wedding in Yelapa, MX. For more pics, check out: http://delsolphotogr...nation-wedding/

                 

                Best wishes.



                #78 JSLM

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                  Posted 07 March 2013 - 01:02 PM

                  Originally Posted by FireyNurse 

                  I don't think I ever posted on here my actual veil, it was from Etsy seller BellaBridalVeils and cost me just $53 including shipping. It has crystals scattered throughout and was a shimmery material like my dress! It was fingertip length because I didn't want it to interfere with the ruffles.  Here you can also see the belt I had on my dress that did a whole lot of grabbing of my veil! 

                  This sounds exactly like what I want, and the price is amazing. Thank you! I'm definitely going to check out this seller on Etsy!



                  #79 BrideBabe

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                    Posted 29 May 2013 - 08:18 AM

                    Im still trying to decide if I want one. I am considering  birdcage veil but I  havent tried on any that i like! 



                    #80 StephLB

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                      Posted 29 May 2013 - 09:21 AM

                      I'll be looking at a birdcage veil if I decide to keep my hair short (I usually keep a pixie cut) but I might go with a long veil if I grow it out before the wedding. I can't wait to try some on though.
                       






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