What could say bridal more than a cloud of soft tulle? Defined, tulle is a fine mesh netting with a hexagonal pattern that comes in silk, cotton, nylon or acrylic/silk for power netting. Tulle is familiar because it's the standard material for bridal veils. But did you know it comes in lighter versions and is used in bouffant skirts. The one pictured above proffers that ballerina look Vera Wang popularized a few years back? While the big tulle skirt is classic, edgier versions of late suggest special effects like draping, ruching and pick-up treatments over more modified skirt silhouettes. There are many different tulles and uses of it. Below are some stunning examples. 
Tulle is one of those versatile fabrics that performs beautifully in head chic.  The pouf above and classic veil below are great examples . . . . 
 Shirred tulle over a bodice of Chantilly lace. Check out the corresponding tulle skirt . . . . .
Photos 1-4 by Vetter Photography
Photos 5-7 by Bride Chic
Dresses by Amy Jo Tatum