Wedding Veils


The wedding day veil is a custom rich in history and tradition, harking back to Medieval times.

In days of yore, the Anglo Saxons draped both bride and groom with a length of fabric during the ceremony, while later, the bride alone received the protection of this ‘care cloth,’ designed to keep harmful spirits at bay.

The head cover next evolved into a canopy and finally the traditional veil, which continues to deliver Olde World elegance to the contemporary bride.

For today’s bride, tradition and personal preference inform the choice of whether to wear a blusher veil over the face.

Bridal veils can be a variety of lengths, exquisitely ornamented, detailed with laces and light catching crystals, or shine with the simplicity imparted by a simple cut edge veil. Veil length should enhance, not compete, with a gown’s style.


A soft flowing circle drop veil is edged with a soft double gallon edge French Chantilly lace edge chosen for its perfect simplicity.

Whether nylon or pure silk, a tulle veil is a classic choice that drapes the bride in timeless splendor.

French silk tulle is soft, fluid and drapes closer to the body than nylon tulle. Silk tulle can develop an eyelash edge and soften in time with wear & tear. This can be a desirable character of silk tulle to many. Traditional nylon bridal tulle has a more crisp character with body than silk tulle and is popular for its affordability.


Please order swatches of the nylon or English silk tulle to get the best shade of color to compliment your gown


A light shade with pale cream tones


A soft tint that compliments both natural white silk and synthetic fabrics. Sometimes called Diamond White or Silk White.


A bright hue, similar to bleached paper


Choosing the perfect length, color and style of veil to complete your wedding ensemble can be challenging, and I am happy to answer questions and discuss colors, lengths and embellishments. SEE OUR CLASSIC CUT EDGE VEILS IN ALL LENGTHS

Cage & French Net Veils

Birdcage veils are widely held as a perfect bit of retro mystery for a vintage inspired & casual wedding. Cage veils can be worn off to the side above the lips or as a full coverage blusher veil. A cage veil that is gathered onto a comb, can be turned around to the back of the head as a mini veil.

The Juliet Cap Veil

The Juliet cap veil is a timeless classic that was originally in Vogue during the 1920s & 1930s. They can be made of plain tulle or trimmed with silk flowers & trims.

The Blossom Trimmed Veil

Silk blossom trimmed veils are finished with lush gardens of hand pressed silk flowers that trail the edges or entire length of the veil.
Shown here is the Many Petals English silk tulle blusher veil.

Simple Elbow, Fingertip, Ballet, Chapel or Cathedral veil

Simple cut edge veil lengths that fall somewhere between the waist to 12″ or so past a cathedral length dress train with no embellishments.

Your headpiece & bridal veil

Many brides are confused about mixing a veil with a headpiece and can feel overwhelmed with too many accessories. While sometimes it is best to keep things simple, wearing one or the other, it may also be a vision of beauty to wear a flower crown or metal tiara with a simple circle blusher veil.

Galaxy Crystal Dotted Veil

A blusher veil heavily dotted with brilliant crystals that shine like the heavens above.

Visit my blog posting to read about the most important laces being used in bridal today.

Avalon Pleated Organza Edge Blusher Veil

Whether you choose a demure birdcage blusher or lush cathedral train, your bridal trousseau should reflect your unique style and individual beauty.