Wedding Veil Styles

A wedding veil can add drama, elegance, or romance to your look. To help inspire your own big-day style, we rounded up a few of our favorite options that real brides wore when they tied the knot. Even nontraditional brides will find themselves wanting to embrace this tradition!

~Courtesy of Martha Stewart Magazine



Cathedral Veil




Heirloom Veil





Princess Veil





Floor-length Veil





Bouffant Veil




Mantilla Veil

The mantilla veil, with its generous yards of tulle and wide lace border, is one of the most romantic bridal looks.




Ballerina Veil





Tiered Veil





Dramatic Veil

A veil with a train brings drama to your wedding day fashion.





Floral Veil

With a veil placed at the back of the head, and hair kept clean and pushed back, the floral accent was a pretty addition.





Flower Crown and Veil

A single layer of tulle draped over her flower crown. Dreamy!




Elbow-Length Veil





Layered Veil

This veil is what fairy tales are made of.





Bandeau Veil

For brides with a more "edgy" style




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