Serious Veil Love

You all probably know I’m not a huge bridal veil or headpiece fan, since I’m all for big bridal hairstyles that serve as their own showpieces. But for real, I cannot deny that I am madly in love with Sara Gabriel Veiling & Headpieces. I want to get married all over again so I can pair one of these veils with a plain sheath wedding dress and big sparkly jewels.







Of course it doesn’t hurt that the model wearing the veils photographs well and that the photographs themselves are quite beautiful, but still. All of the veils are available in a variety of colors and can be “customized for length, trim, and embellishments to suit your fancy.” Yum yum yum yum yum! I might just have to become a veil convert from this day forward. What do you think?

4 Responses to “Serious Veil Love”

  1. Pencils says:

    The first one looks like a shower cap. The others aren’t bad, but you’d need the right dress. I personally really like birdcage veils worn with tea-length dresses

  2. Kai Jones says:

    When I was looking for decorative options (while planning both my first wedding and my second) I would have really appreciated being able to see models with glasses wearing the veils, hats, etc. Glasses make a visual statement that affects the rest of the picture. Some frames would look ridiculous under some veils, and others would look great, but I have trouble visualizing how glasses at all on the face would affect the face veils.

  3. jstar says:

    i totally agree about the shower cap effect.

    when i got married i skipped the veil. earrings, a decorative hair pin, small necklace and bright read glasses made my head a ‘high-traffic area’ without the added veil. i didn’t miss it for a second.

    though i think the majority of these are pretty, i feel like if you are going with a veil that is going to be such an attention grabber, you might end up needing to forego some other accessories so the overall look isn’t chaotic. note the complete lack of other jewelry (or glasses) on the stunning model pictured above.

  4. La BellaDonna says:

    How odd! My reaction to the first shot was, I want THAT HAT! Turns out that I wanted the veiling over the model’s hairdo, oops. But it didn’t scream “shower cap” to me.

    I must say, she does wonders for some attractive headpieces; she has the face of a 15th century angel. Much more appealing than seeing teenagers in wedding gowns – and much more likely to sell me the product.