February 27th, 2020 by En Blanc
After deciding the ideal gown for your wedding day, the major pieces of planning the big day begin to come together. However, there is still the matter of accessories, and one of the most important of these is arguably the veil.
A veil isn’t necessary, but the day of your wedding is perhaps the only time you will ever get to wear one and it does give the dress that perfect bride look. How do you figure out which is the right one? For starters, you’ll need to decide what length works best for you. Cathedral, fingertip, and chapel remain popular choices.
As its name suggests, fingertips are the shortest, as small as 36 inches. If you’re aiming for a modern look, this may be a good choice. Chapel veils are a longer, more formal option that looks fantastic as the bride makes her way down the aisle. These veils are about 70 inches, or you can choose the cathedral veil which starts at 108 inches. When you want a sweeping, dramatic look to your dress, this veil is a showstopper.
This update is by En Blanc, a Los Angeles bridal gowns experience redefining the way brides-to-be prepare for their wedding. We know that brides deserve a custom, personal consultation when they’re finding their ideal dress and we provide an intimate setting where they can talk one-on-one and derive as much joy and happiness from the dress shopping experience as the day of the wedding. To schedule an appointment, please call 310-403-0331 or visit the En Blanc website to view our bridal gown collections LA.