Did you know that veils were originally a symbolic reference to the bride's virginity? These days wedding veils vary in length, shape and material. In our gallery, view bridal veils and discover which one is best for you!
Considered a "royal veil," the cathedral style is worn at formal weddings and is usually worn with dresses that have a cathedral length train.
This chapel-style veil extends to the train of the gown and offers a style most suited for formal weddings.
A blusher is a short, single layer of veiling worn over the face during the ceremony. This style is used for both formal and semi-formal weddings.
The elbow-length veil is generally worn with gowns that do not have trains as it shows off any detailing at the waist of the gown. It is a wonderful style at more casual weddings as it does not overpower the bride or the dress.
The fingertip length is the most commonly chosen by brides as it looks fabulous with a variety of dress styles. It is used for both formal and semi-formal weddings.