March 10, 2014 | 42 Comments
We love hearing from our readers, especially when we receive your Ask Emmaline questions! Today we’re sharing a new Ask EB question from bride-to-be, Alicia. She asks, “I was getting fitted for my gown and my seamstress suggested I wear a long veil with it. She mentioned something about a mantilla lace veil, but I have never heard of it before. What is a mantilla lace veil?” Great question! In this feature, we’ll tell you what a mantilla lace veil is and inspire you with a stunning example. Plus, one lucky Emmaline Bride reader will win a mantilla lace veil for her wedding by Wedding Bliss by Maija! Let’s get started, shall we?
What is a Mantilla Lace Veil?
First things first: what is a mantilla lace veil? A mantilla lace veil is a traditional bridal veil that is usually long in length. It is ideal for a formal wedding. It features a decorative and wide lace along its edges (close to your face). A mantilla lace veil can be worn at the top of your head or underneath your hairstyle – whichever you prefer! – similar to other veil styles.
Mantilla Lace Veil – Giveaway!
Now that you know what it is, it’s time to enter for a chance to win one! See the details below:
o Enter between 3/10-3/16/14 (11:59pm EST)
o Prize: mantilla lace veil by Wedding Bliss by Maija
o Winner will be randomly selected and announced on 3/17; winner announced on this blog post and emailed
o Winner has 72 hours to respond to email or new winner will be selected
o Shipping included free worldwide
o No purchase necessary
o Winner has 6 months to claim prize
o Prize value: $94 | No cash value
o Past giveaway winners within 30 days not eligible to win
o Use entry form below to enter
One winner will receive a unique handmade bridal mantilla lace veil in off white. Cathedral length. Features embroidered lace edge. Veil is 3m/120″ long and is made of soft bridal illusion material to drape beautifully.
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