CREDITSHeader Photo: Claire Pettibone via In The White Room///Photo 1: Claire Pettibone/Devine Deco via Love My Dress///Photo 2:Michael and Anna Costa Photography via Style Me Pretty///Photo 3: Amy-Jo Tatum///Photo by Samantha Smith Photography///Photo 4: Elisabetta Marzetti via 100 Layer Cake///Photo 5: Via Percy Handmade///Photo 6: Dress and veil Paolo Corona via Burnett's Boards///Photo 7: Enchanted Atlier via Junebug Weddings///Photo 8: Erica Elizabeth Designs via Green Wedding Shoes///Photo 9: Bliss Bridal Boutiique via Ashley Nicole///Photo by Jose Villa Photography via Style Me Pretty///Photo10: Amy-Jo Tatum//Photo by Piximage
Monday, October 20, 2014
Short, mid or full length drop veils are simply stunning. If you've perused Pinterest and all the tony wedding blogs like I have, lately you're finding many a drop veiled bride. The beauty of the drop veil is the low density factor. Defined, the drop veil is exactly that--actually dropped onto the head in a single or sometimes double layer of tulle, lace, chiffon--any light as air fabric you can think of. Today's round up shows the many ways something so simple and gossamer can come off. You can crown it with a wreath of pretty florals, bejewel it or simply drop it over a pretty hairstyle . . . .