The use of a wedding veil differs in every culture around the world. Some brides wear it for religious or social reasons — others for personal fashion preference. However, no law says a bride must wear a veil. Doing so should always be a bride's sole decision.
Here at Wholesale Wedding Superstore, we made sure our wedding veil selection has a wide range of embellished two-tier, short and cathedral veil designs in white and ivory colours to cover all your design options. Our decorative accent choices for straight and scalloped edged veils include embroidered patterns, satin ribbons, beads, sequins, pearls, and Swarovski crystals.
Are you thinking of wearing a wedding veil? You came to the right place. Whether it's of religious importance or a personal sense of style, we have all the options you need to complete your dream wedding look. A veil is not a necessity. However, it does turn a pretty white dress into a wedding gown.
Who Wears Veils At A Wedding?
Only the brides wear wedding veils at a wedding. The exclusivity of this sheer fabric makes it even more special. While some consider this idea an afterthought, a wedding veil is a timeless piece — a family heirloom that you can pass on to the women in your family.
Wholesale Wedding Superstore offers a wide variety of wedding veils at wholesale discounted pricing. You can buy them separately or in bulk, whatever works for you and your budget. We are committed to providing Australia with affordable wedding and event essentials without sacrificing quality and design. Our products are available Australia-wide with fast shipping to all major cities, like Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Hobart, Perth, Melbourne and Sydney.
6 Wedding Veil Lengths To Complete Your Bridal Look
If you decide to wear a veil to complete your wedding day look, here are six (6) wedding veil lengths to inspire your choice.
#1. Shoulder Length - 20-22 inches
Shoulder-length veils are perfect for brides who want a more traditional look. Another best feature of this veil length is its ability to be its own entity without competing with the details of the dress.
#2. Elbow Length - 32 inches
As the name suggests, this veil length falls right at the bride's elbow. This length is perfect for a more conservative bridal look without opting for a bolero or a blazer.
#3. Fingertip Length - 38-40 inches
This veil length should fall right below the bride's hip, where the fingertips lay on the side of the body. This length makes a sensual peek-a-boo illusion of seeing the details at the back of the gown through the sheer fabric.
#4. Ballet Length - 60 inches
As the bride, you have the freedom to choose whether or not you want to keep your wedding veil on to the reception and feel the whole bridal moment. This veil length is perfect for both walking down the aisle during the ceremony and entertaining guests without the fear of tripping.
#5. Chapel Length - 90 inches
Are you looking for just the right amount of drama in your bridal look, even without a train? The chapel-length veil is perfect for you. It stretches from the top of your head and just slightly beyond the length of your gown.
#6. Cathedral Length - 108-120 inches
The cathedral-length veil is the whole bridal fantasy — it is the drama. This length extends beyond your gown's train creating the most regal of looks as you walk down the aisle.
3 Things To Consider When Choosing Your Wedding Veil
This list is a quick guide to inspire your wedding veil of choice.
With all the things to consider for your wedding preparations, such as the floral arrangements, table linens, accessories and favours and more, after picking your gown, here are three (3) things to consider when choosing your wedding veil.
#1. Your Budget
Veils can be really expensive, depending on what design/style you aim to achieve for your bridal look. Here at Wholesale Wedding Superstore, we offer wholesale discounted pricing every day. We make sure that all your wedding needs are only an "add to cart" away, and each item is well within your budget.
#2. Your Hairstyle
When wearing a veil, most brides' go-to is a bun or an updo for their hairstyles. However, explore every corner of your creativity and tap into your personal style as to what hairstyle expresses the most you. Just know that braids, big curls, and a low ponytail are options too.
#3. Your Dress
Excluding the colour of your wedding gown, your veil should match the style of your dress. The secret of styling a wedding veil into your bridal look is balance/proportion.