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I couldn’t resist posting these beautiful shots this morning; inspired by good friends of mine who are getting married this weekend at stunning Kleine Valleij in Wellington – this amazing vintage-inspired veil is enough to make any bride shine.

On my wedding day I wore what is called a ‘cathedral’ veil – because it’s long enough to drape on the ground. Not quite Lady Diana or Princess Catherine – but stil, it was long! But it was truly beautiful. I think veils can make such a statement as part of your outfit on your wedding day. That’s not to say go wild and go massive (think Josie from Married to Rock), but rather go stylish, go elegant and go beautiful – short, netted, full length, chin length…you name it!

This beautiful embroidered veil below has had mantilla and beaded detail delicately added to the veil, adding a little weight and a lot of prettiness. Something like this would look amazing on a simple figure-hugging dress or something with a slight fishtail skirt. Have you got any tips on veils? Been a bride or planning on getting married soon? Let The Good Girls Guide know your inside tips, tricks and clever ideas. Happy Tuesday!

Bridal Veil BeautyVintage Mantilla Veil | source here.

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Comments on: "Vintage Mantilla Veil | Bridal Wedding Inspiration" (3)

  1. So chic, I love Mantilla Veils! Lisa Gowing has an amazing one that matches two of her beautiful gowns oh and Johanna Johnson’s designs are simply stunning x

  2. The mantilla veil is gorgeous. Do you know where it was purchased?

    • Hi Hope, unfortunately I am not sure where this particular one was made or purchased, but most bridal shops can assist you if you’re looking for something custom-made and as gorgeous as this one!

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