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Veils 

Veils may by any length you like. Some veils are longer than the train, some barely touch the shoulders, and all lengths in between. Ask your consultant her opinion about what looks best with the dress you have chosen, but don't be pressured into buying something you are not sure about. You make the final decision about what you like and can afford.

The headpiece should be chosen while wearing your hair in the style you will wear for the wedding. You should also take into consideration how your hair will look when the headpiece is removed.

A blusher is often worn over the face when entering the church (this is a short veil attached on top of the longer veil). In some ceremonies, the father lifts the veil just before he places the bride's hand in the groom's, the groom can lift the veil as soon as the bride is handed over to him, or he can lift it just before the kiss. Discuss this with your director and officiant. Some grooms have strong feelings about lifting the veil so by all means ask for his opinion even if having a veil is unimportant to you.


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Worksheets available (click on the blue arrow to the right of the file to download it below)
 VeilCust.xls = Custom made veil
 VeilFabric.xls = Fabric shop worksheet
 VeilRack.xls = Ready made veil


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Edna S,
Aug 20, 2013, 2:59 PM
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Edna S,
Aug 20, 2013, 2:59 PM
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Edna S,
Aug 20, 2013, 2:59 PM