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Once you’ve found The Dress and the perfect shoes to go with it, there’s one piece left to complete the full bridal look: the veil. While a white dress can be worn to most upscale occasions, the veil is a once-in-a-lifetime accessory. Nothing says “bride” quite like this beautiful, sweeping piece of fabric. But there is it a lot that goes into picking the perfect veil. From fabric choices, transparency, whether or not to wear a blusher and most importantly, length, there are so many factors to consider! But fear not, we’re here to help ūüôā¬†Save the infographic below to¬†master veil length lingo as you hit the stores to shop for your¬†big day.

Veil Lengths Tutorial by Aisle Perfect Wedding blog

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  1. Will You Say Yes (to the Dress)? | N + C: Tying the Knot

    https://nctyingtheknot.wordpress.com/2016/04/17/will-you-say-yes-to-the-dress/

    […] First of all, make sure you set up an appointment at a few wedding dress shops. You’re going to want undivided attention from your consultant when looking for your gown. As a walk-in, there’s no way to guarantee that you’ll be seen, so making an appointment is best. Even if you do manage to get in, that time you’ll have might be limited. Scheduling an appointment will allow you have ample time to try on gowns and you won’t feel rushed. Once you have your appointment(s) made, start doing some research. If the store has a website or a catalogue, browse their selection and see if there are any gowns that catch your eye. You can also look at other websites to find gowns you may like. While the stores you’re visiting may not have the exact one, they may have something similar you may love. Also research the different silhouettes, necklines, and fabrics¬†wedding gowns can have. Not only does it make it easier for your consultant to find something you’ll like, it also helps you decide what you like. Now I’m not saying you should know the difference between tulle and organza, but you may want to know what the difference between a ball gown and a mermaid is. When you find some gowns you like, print out photos or take screenshots on your phone. Make sure to bring them to your appointment for your consultant to look at. This infographic from¬†Oh Lovely Day¬†will help you learn the different silhouettes, necklines, and¬†waistlines wedding gowns can have. Here are a view other helpful resources to consider:¬†Fabrics,¬†Veils and Accessories, […]