“Tessa” is a classic, beautiful, light and airy, drop wedding veil style adds a touch of elegance and drama but will not detract from your wedding dress (shown in Light Ivory).
- Made to order
- Handmade item
- Fabric: Soft English tulle
- Available in Light Ivory or Silk White
- Veil sewn to a silver metal plated comb
- Veil Length: 30” Length Veil
- Veil Tier: Single tier
- Cut in a circle 60 x 60 inches
- Hand cut Alencon lace appliques are very dense at the bottom of this veil
- Item ships in signature keepsake packaging
- Style 19-307
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Choosing a Veil
How To Choose The Perfect Wedding Veil
Traditionally, veils are worn by women to protect them from evil spirits. Nowadays, veils are considered as a form of adornment or an accessory part of an overall look. Choosing a veil defines aspects of your appearance that should be considered to match your bridal gown, the shape of your face, your hairstyle, your location and your body shape. Brides now have the leisure of choosing a design she most likely desires.
Veil & Dress Compatibility:
In selecting the perfect veil, there are considerations that should be put into mind. Assessing the focal points in the dress is the first step to be considered. If the dress has a back detail or an embellished bust panel you want to show, selecting a veil that ends before the point of detail in your dress should be one of your idea, another is to use a sheer style that is long enough to see through the details.
The design or decorations around your dress is another thing to consider in selecting your veil. Formal weddings are likely to accommodate an elaborate dress and an elaborate veil like the royal weddings. But if you have a simple dress with simple designs, you can have a more elaborate veil to compliment your look and if you have a more elaborate dress, choosing a simple veil can be flattering to your overall look.
There are several styles a wedding gown can fall under that veils should work with. First is the sophisticated style which is discreet attire free from all the fussy details making the look creative and diverse creating a touch of astonishment. Second is the classic style usually known as the formal style very balanced and detailed in a way. Last is the romantic style incorporated with an extreme attention to detail possessing elements of softness.
These factors should always be considered in choosing a veil, the length, the color, the width, decoration and tier to create the perfect wedding look.
There are different types of veil, length of veil and veil edge points that can match a dress perfectly.
Blusher Veils– There are different styles that can be paired with a sophisticated style of wedding gowns. Blusher veil is something one should consider if the bridal gown has a high neck detail. This type of veil looks a lot like what the fascinators use in events like horse racing.
Elbow Length– Falls around the elbow with an approximate length of 25 inches. Romantic ball gown type of dresses works well with this length because the veil ends where the skirt’s fullness begin.
Fingertip Length– Approximately 36 inches long suiting different styles of majority of the dresses. It is known to be one of the most popular lengths. It reaches the fingertips when the arms are stretched out.
Waltz Length– The length is at a 54 inch falling between the person/bride’s ankle and calves.
Chapel Length– Typically around 90 inch of length, paired best with gowns featuring a train. The veil usually drapes into the floor and is slightly shorter than the cathedral length.
Cathedral Length– A very formal type of veil around 120 inch long that can be extended to nine feet and is the longest type of veil that works best with a classic wedding gowns having a full length.