Are you planning to wear a blusher veil on your wedding day?
Um, what IS a blusher veil?!
You’re not the only one who has asked this question. I, too, once had the same veil uncertainty while planning my wedding. I haven’t always been this cool, calm, and collected wedding expert, ya know.
Totally kidding. I drink too much coffee to be calm, but the rest is absolutely SPOT ON. ;)
When I was shopping for veils, I knew I wanted, “one of those veils that covers my face“; after further research, I figured it out. Blusher veil. Boom.
Blusher Veil: What Is It?
In its simplest terms, a blusher veil covers your face while you walk down the aisle. When you reach the end of the aisle, the veil is lifted up and over your head. In some cases, the veil is not lifted over your head, in the case of a birdcage veil where its placement is intended to stay where it is on your face.
Otherwise, your veil pretty much gets lifted up, over, and down. A blusher is traditionally 27″ in length, but this can vary depending on its style.
Now that you know what it is, let’s get some inspiration going! To do so, we’re consulting one of the best veil designers in the biz: Tessa Kim. My goodness, she is one-of-a-kind.
Tessa’s veils are exceptionally made, beautifully photographed (by Deyla Huss Photography), and are always up-to-date with the latest styles and trends. They’re completely handmade, just for you.
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On to the veils! We hand-picked 7 to share with you, but of course, there are more to love in the shop. Enjoy!
Double-Layer Birdcage Veil with Blusher
A double-layer bandeau with illusion veiling makes this a perfect veil; two small wire combs in silver make it easy to add to your hairstyle.
This simple and minimalist style goes with nearly any hairstyle.
Traditional Blusher Veil
Crystal and Pearls
Add a little sparkle to your bridal ensemble with this option. I love the short length of this one!
Birdcage Veil with Netting Blusher
Long Veil with Crystals
Helpful Guide on Veil Lengths
Need a guide on which length of veil is best for you? This outline by Tessa Kim will help.
To see more veils like these, click here to browse!
Hope it helps!