In Your Veil
While a veil is a traditional wedding accessory, it doesn't mean it has to be plain. Adding flowers to your veil can bring a subtle flair to your ensemble. Think about outlining the edge of your veil with daisies or other white blossoms. A flowery veil brings a more casual and romantic vibe to your wedding. A birdcage veil, a veil with a piece of millinery netting that's shaped to delicately frame your face, was popular during the 1920s and has been making a comeback. It often incorporates decoration on the veiling itself or around the area where it secures to the comb. This brings a more retro look to your hair. Finally, using the comb that attaches the veil to your hair can be accented with blooms such as gardenias, to keep the veil in place with a feminine touch.