Photography . . . . . . Pixaimage Photography
Veils and gowns . . . . .Amy-Jo Tatum
Makeup . . . . . . . . . Necia Whitmore
Hair. . . . . . . . . Kao
Models . . . .. .. . . .Janelle Mills and Libby Gale
Venue . . . . . . . . .San Domenico, San Anselmo, California
Since Chelsea Clinton's wedding last July, classic veils are suddenly taking the spotlight once again. We wanted to capture the essence of the traditional bride in all her romantic and time-honored splendor. From the ethereal beauty of the drop veil to the small tulle head pouf, here is the 2011 veil collection . . . .
Above: Waltz length double layered white tulle edged in satin ribbon
A gown with exquisite back details like the one above calls for a shorter veil like the petal or fly away in gathered tulle tacked to the back of a chignon.
Directly above and below: The most dramatic of all veils, the Cathedral veil. Above is a double layered ivory tulle edged in satin ribbon. Below: White tulle with Chantilly lace motifs dappled all over . . .
The fingertip style veil above has long been the most popular length for brides as it goes with just about any style dress. Here we've matched it up with traditional ivory lace and taffeta.
Contemporary brides love the new tulle poufs. Easy to wear, they go from ceremony to reception. with no adjustments and are tres chic . . .