A wedding veil by www.annguise.com will transform the simplest dress into a stunning Bridal outfit. It will change the whole look of your outfit. Try on different styles of dress and lengths of veil to find the one that best compliments you. By a process of elimination you will find your dream outfit. Don’t have a heavily patterned veil with a very ornate dress as one will ‘fight’ with the other. Wedding veils are usually made of polyester or silk tulle.
Polyester is less expensive than silk but once you try on a silk veil you will feel and notice the difference. Tulle is a very sheer fabric and won’t obscure detail on your gown. Don’t have a veil that cuts across detail on the back of your dress, let it finish below the decoration. If you are petite, don’t have a veil that swamps you such as a high bouffant veil. It will only make you look smaller. Adding colour, e.g. embroidery, to your veil is a good way of linking with your bridesmaids and/or bouquet. Remember your veil is part of the bridal outfit not something that is ‘plonked’ on your head as an after thought.
Take your veil to your hair trial and practice putting your veil on, especially with a new hair style. If your veil is creased, and you are nervous of pressing it, ask the bridal store if they will steam it a couple of days before your wedding. Transport it home covered in a pillow case or duvet cover depending, on its length. Don’t wear something because you think you should, wear what YOU want. Your guests should say ‘YOU look stunning’, not your dress looks stunning’.