Bridal Veils Trends

Brides have been wearing veils for thousands of years. Veils, as known as “kerudung” in Bahasa Indonesia, is an ancient tradition, but one that is still very popular with brides today. Just like wedding gowns, veils also follow fashion trends. Here is a look at some of the most current ideas in veils.

There is something about a veil that just says, “Here comes the bride!”. That is why even the most modern of brides will still usually choose to wear one, at least for the wedding ceremony. Of course, you can never go wrong with the classic plain tulle veil, but designers today are also offering veils with some very special and unique details.

A simple gathered piece of tulle can be dramatically transformed with a trim or ornament. Adding a decorative border to the outer edge is one of the most popular and versatile ways to finish a veil. Ribbon borders are one of the most classic veil edges, but there are some additional new and interesting options. Some designers are using three narrow pieces of ribbon to create a more dynamic ribbon edge. Others are using ribbon in a pale color, like blush pink or baby blue.

A border on a veil does not have to be a piece of ribbon, either. For today’s romantic and ethereal gowns, veils with ruffled or pleated edges are a beautiful choice. A soft sheer ruffle or pleat on a veil will also soften a more architectural style of wedding dress. It is one of the prettiest trends in bridal veils.

Other bridal veil trends are in keeping with some ideas that are popular throughout weddings. Just as monogrammed everything is one of the hottest things at weddings, you can carry this concept into your veil. You can order a veil that is customized with your monogram on the back in an elegant script and scroll design. This veil would make a very special wedding keepsake.

Swarovski crystals are another big wedding trend. Brides love crystal bridal jewelry, crystals in their bouquets, even crystals in the vases of the centerpieces. Many brides simply cannot get enough sparkle! If this sounds like you, you will be happy to hear that you can even get crystals on your bridal veil. A dazzling veil is the perfect complement to sparkling Swarovksi crystal bridal jewelry. Tiny crystals can be applied to the body of the veil, or they can be used along the edges to create a beautiful border. One really stunning effect is to have large crystal briolettes stitched to the veil. The way they catch the light as the bride walks down the aisle is incredible.

On the other hand, if you prefer a more old fashioned look, you can also find that in a veil. Very traditional laces, such as Belgian lace, are coming back in style for the bride. You can choose a veil made entirely of a fine Belgian lace (which has a lot of open net areas, so it will not look like you are wearing a tablecloth!) or one with a lace applique just at the edges. If this vintage look appeals to you, be sure to check your attic; some lucky brides may be able to wear the same lace veil as their mother or grandmother.

Tradition and custom play a very strong part in weddings. This is certainly true of the bridal ensemble. The wonderful thing for today’s brides is that you can enjoy following some of the wedding traditions while still adding a modern and personal twist to them.

Liis Maisaroh owner kerudung paris corporation

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