Wedding Veil photo Inspiration
Wedding Veil photo inspiration to help you decide if you want a veil on your wedding day
For all the Brides to be out there there are a million decisions you need to make regarding your wedding day . All while trying to stick to a budget. One of those decisions is whether or not you should have a veil. This beautiful accessory can really add something special to your wedding day. But they can be pricey and some people may not feel comfortable wearing one, or it may not suit your dress or hairstyle. The decision can be tough. But This post is all about that subject and hopes to give you some wedding veil photo inspiration as well as some advice about whether or not to get one and what you will need to consider when making this decision.
What to consider for wedding Veils
There are lots of things to consider when making this decision . For instance what wedding hairstyle you will have will play a big part in whether you can wear a veil or not. The type of wedding dress will also determine if you need a veil. Sometimes a very elaborate dress may be overshadowed by a veil , or a veil might just become too much. But as a photographer, I can tell you that veils make fantastic wedding photos. It adds an extra dynamic to your photos and gives another element of elegance. It can really be a wow factor in your outfit. Nothing screams the bride more than a veil. Lately, cathedral veils are really popular and we can really see why. But there are a lot of options out there and they are all equally beautiful in their own way. Check out the photos for wedding veil photo inspiration.
How the Veil adds to your wedding photos
The Veil is a great creative tool for any wedding photographer. Whether its the bride on her own or the bridal couple the veil can be used in so many different ways to add a different dynamic to the photo. It adds drama and flair and a feminine aspect to all photos. The details on the veil are also important, especially if finished with lace for instance. Over the head, the bride peaking out from underneath, or floating behind , are all great options for adding that dramatic feel to any of your photos.
Consider your comfort level
Although this is a beautiful addition to your wedding outfit, its important to remember that you need to be comfortable on your wedding day. This is a long piece of material that is clipped into your hair. So if you are not used to having your hair clipped or having hair accessories, then this might not be ideal for you. If you do want a veil then also consider the type of material the veil will be made of. Lace is a beautiful finishing detail but can make the veil heavier. Opt for a light netting in order to get that floating effect in photos. The good news is you dont necessarily have to keep the veil on for the entire day. You can opt to wear it only for your ceremony and maybe some of the wedding photos before taking it off to feel more comfortable. But If you do choose to have one then the ceremony is definitely where you want to show this accessory off.
Whichever Veil you decide to use , try to find something that suits your dress and style for your wedding day. Below is some veil photo inspiration to help you to decide :). There are so many different types of wedding veils to choose from -let me know which of these you like best :).