Hi, loves! Happy Monday! We’re kicking off this beautiful new week (and new month!) with a lovely new collection from Tessa Kim. She just unveiled a new line of capelets, veils, garters, hair accessories, and more, and we’re sharing them with you today! Don’t take our word for how gorgeous it is — see for yourself! (P.S. Photography by the wonderful Deyla Huss.)
It’s Wedding Advice Wednesday! Today we’re tackling an Ask Emmaline question submitted by bride-to-be Caroline. She asks…
Hi Emmaline, I’ve picked a long veil for my wedding. Do I wear it for the entire wedding, or just the ceremony? When do I take it off?Caroline
Great question, Caroline! Everybody knows the veil is an important part of the bride’s ensemble, but no one ever tells you when to put it on or when to take it off. We’re here to help!
Happy Sunday! It is the perfect fall day outside — not a cloud in the sky! We hope it’s beautiful where you are, too. We’re popping in to share this crystal beaded headpiece (today’s #HANDMADEADAY find!), which is a part of the new 2016 collection by Nestina Accessories! The brand new collection is being shown at NY Bridal Market this weekend (Oct. 10th through Oct. 12th — stop by and say hi to Ernestine at Pier 94, booth #918!). The new collection will be showcased right here on Emmaline Bride on Tuesday (and available for purchase in her shop). We can’t wait to show you all the gorgeous, jaw-dropping accessories! Ah, so excited!
Until then, we leave you with this beautiful headpiece — and encourage you to subscribe so you don’t miss the collection unveiling on Tuesday!
Crystal Beaded Headpiece
Now get out there and enjoy some fresh air and sunshine before the new week begins!
Hi, lovelies! Happy Monday! Today we’re helping you find the perfect wedding veil for your big day. Have you thought about a mantilla wedding veil? A mantilla veil is a unique bridal veil style typically made of lace and worn over the head and shoulders. The length varies but they are usually hip-length, chapel, or cathedral length. We have been admiring the mantilla veils over at SIBO Designs and today we’re sharing seven of our handpicked favorites. These intricate veils feature the finest tulle, floral lace, and beading we’ve seen yet and each veil is handcrafted just for you. Take a look below and find out which veil is today’s #HANDMADEADAY find! Also, tell us: what is your favorite wedding veil style?
Mantilla Veils for Weddings
1. Floral Lace Mantilla Wedding Veil
It’s classic themed weddings week at Emmaline Bride! Many of our posts will encompass a classic themed wedding with accessories and decor. Be sure you are subscribed so you don’t miss a single post. Also, be sure to grab this with a full chapter dedicated to this theme.
Happy Monday, loves! We’re kicking off our beautiful Classic Themed Weddings Week with our first handmade-a-day find. This cathedral length veil has a long, flowing train and is the ideal style veil for a traditional wedding. This veil has a slightly modern twist, too: it features metallic lace ivory and metallic thread to give it a little shine. The edge is finished with delicate Chantilly lace, measures a stunning 108″ in length, and is finished with a gold or silver plated comb for easy addition to any hairstyle. This veil is lovingly handmade by SIBO Designs. Take a look!
Cathedral Length Wedding Veil
If you liked this veil, you can find out more about it here. This shop features a ton of bridal accessories including more cathedral length veils and bridal accessories we know you’ll love. Tell Sheila that Emmaline Bride sent you! She’s wonderful to work with, so we know you’re in good hands.
There’s more coming up next!
What is a blusher veil? We’ll show you about this unique wedding veil trend! P.S. If you love wedding advice, tips, giveaways, and more, be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss future posts like this!
Are you considering a blusher veil? Wondering what a blusher veil even is? Today we’re here to show you about this wedding veil, how it is worn, and what hairstyles you can wear with it. We’re also sharing some of our favorite blusher veils to inspire you. Enjoy!
What is a Blusher Veil?
First things first: what is a blusher veil?
A blusher veil is a short wedding veil that covers the bride’s face as she walks down the aisle. A blusher is a very classic choice. You can choose a blusher veil by itself, or have a blusher veil added to another veil style. It can be as poufy as you’d like; a single layer blusher veil is closer to your face, while a double layer blusher veil — like this one, below — offers more volume.
How is a Blusher Veil Worn?
Most blusher veils are attached to a simple hair comb or a headband. This blusher veil, shown below by Rose Red Bridal Designs, is attached to your hair with a hair comb.
Here’s an alternate view:
What hairstyles can be worn with a blusher veil?
A blusher veil looks great with any hairstyle, with your hair worn down or in an updo.
This blusher veil by Sara Brosious is attached to a headband and has a hand beaded applique with muted nude sequins for a little sparkle.
This double layer birdcage veil by Melinda Rose Design has a 9-10″ size and is available in white or ivory.
Hi, loves! Emma here and we are bringing you a new Ask Emmaline question today, one that we’ve received more than once — and for good reason! Brides who don’t want to wear a wedding veil (or simply something different for the reception) always want to see some veil alternatives. And they want to know if they have to even wear a veil at all. Remember, a bride doesn’t have to do anything. We are firm believers in “your wedding, your way” here at Emmaline Bride and when it comes down to it, you should do anything you want to do. At the end of the day, you can say you did it YOUR way, not anyone else’s. You only get one wedding day, so you might as well make it everything you’ve dreamed it would be. Here’s what Shannon wrote us:
“I can’t decide if I should wear a veil for the ceremony and reception. Do you have any ideas for what to wear instead of a veil at the reception?”
Great question, Shannon! When you’re deciding what to wear instead of a veil (even for just the reception), consider your hairstyle. Will you be wearing an updo? Will you wear your hair down? Will you pick this amazing Gibson Tuck, rock a top knot, or maybe some boho-inspired braids? Whatever you decide, do a trial run and wear a veil alternative with it so you know ahead of time how it will look all put together.
What to Wear Instead of Veil
Some of our favorite veil alternatives include hair pins, hair flowers, hair combs, fascinators, or headbands (you can find all of these in The Marketplace. And, these are just a few suggestions — there are a dozen more! Today we’re sharing a handful of favorite veil alternatives from Fancie Strands to inspire you. Which veil alternative is most similar to your style?
7 Wedding Veil Alternative Ideas
1. Rhinestone + Lace Hair Flower
2. Hair Pins
3. Ivory Chiffon Hair Flower
4. Tulle Headband
5. Pearl Hair Flower
6. Gold Sequin Hair Piece
7. Ivory Flower Fascinator
8. Bridal Headpiece
You can see these and more over at Fancie Strands.
Are you planning to do airbrush makeup for your wedding, but you don’t have a kit? Do you want makeup that looks natural, but doesn’t come with the price tag of an expensive airbrush makeup kit? We’ve found a solution! We recently had the opportunity to test-drive the new Liquid Veil spray foundation from the folks over at Pür Minerals. It is so luxuriously soft and airy, it feels like you’re not wearing makeup at all. I’m a no-fuss makeup wearer, so I like the ease of this spray application. It looked great and matched my skin tone perfectly (I chose light as my color).
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