One question I've been hearing a lot lately is, "How do I actually wear an allover lace veil?"The answer to that is, "Let me count the ways." Lace veils can be tied like a cloche, dropped, wrapped like a scarf or simply tacked to the back of your head to flow in a swirl down your back. Truth is, your possibilities are almost endless. Starting here,the most important thing to remember is, take the initiative to explore and above all be inventive!
The first time I ever laid eyes on a crocheted veil was 7 Thanksgiving Eves back when a friend married a woman who crocheted her own. I was as impressed with her creation as I am the veil above featured in Harper's Bazaar Russia// via Tumblr
A combination scarf/cloche veil has an Early 20th Century feel///veil by Cheryl Taylor of Taylor Clarke Bridals - Photo by by Rylee Hitchner via OnceWed
An embroidered lace veil dropped over a crown in typical Spanish tradition/// Photo Tec Petaja via Once Wed
A lace drop veil is secured low on the forehead with a headband sporting two mauve roses///From The Gatsby's Bride Collection by Amy-JoTatumIn traditional Spanish fashion a lace mantilla is dropped over the head--in this case over a rather large rose. Brilliant! Gorgeous! Basaldua of Madrid.
Ah but there's nothing like a great image to inspire. Below are some pinterest boards that had me at hello!
Love My Dress Blog//Veils
Polka Dot Bride//Of Veils and Headpieces
The link to all veil boards on Pinterest
If you'd like to read more about veils and further in depth, I've written a ton of posts about the subject. Here are links to 3 of them to get you started . . . .