Wednesday, March 12, 2014


One of the questions a bride often asks is, “Can I wear a hat and veil all at once . . . together?” In other words, can you have the best of both?   Check out the above photo. Of course.  Wearing a hat by itself is one option you have.  But choosing to wear a hat doesn’t necessarily mean having to ditch the veil entirely.  Realize any length of tulle veiling can be attached to the crown, back or inside of almost any hat.  And hats acting as headpieces—even big ones—look stunning.  So the answer is yes.  Wear both.
    The most important thing to remember is, there’s a hat match for every face, body and gown style.  In your search, you might find the perfect hat right off; you might have to try on many.  And once you find the right one, you'll look back at your reflection . . . and you'll know its the right one.
Above: Pillbox hats with attached veilings.  In the header photo, Natalie is wearing a full two-layer cathedral veil; directly above a wisp of Frech netting acts as a veil.  Below/Brooke is wearing a turban under a long, tulle veil.  A word about turbans:  you can add one to just about any gown and it will rock ethnic-vintage, definitely setting the stage for an original you as bride. 

Hats, veils and gowns by Amy-Jo Tatum Bride
Header photo by Rob Martel Photography
Photo 3: Copyright 2012 Bride Chic


Ashley said...

I love these!

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Nicole (Bellenza Party Suite) said...

Love the style of the veil and hat on the first picture :)