Women today no longer have to ward off evil spirits with a veil painted with flames. In this century, women wear a veil to show the formality of her wedding ceremony. The sophistication of Star Jones’ wedding veil showed a length of 27 feet long. In 2004, that was a full 2 feet longer than the cathedral veil Princess Diana wore for her elaborate ceremony.
It may be more essential for brides to wear a veil if the Church declares it necessary. Veils are used to cover the head of the bride and to be turned back at the end of the romantic ceremony leading to the first kiss as man and wife.
A wedding veil looks sweet and lovely as the bride walks down the aisle to join with the man of her dreams. She feels innocent and protected and looks forward to the kiss he will give her telling her she is now in his care.
Some brides opt to wear a headpiece only. The feathers and flowers on the head are gorgeous symbols of beauty. The feeling of the flowers brushing against the cheek and neck remind the bride of the splendor of the day.
Veils and Headpieces will bring the glorious finish to your wedding gown. The Illusion Collection is a massive one that includes hairpieces to be put in while your hair is being styled and veils and headbands for the little flower girl who will go down the aisle before you.
You might note that the children’s veils offered by Illusion are perfect for the First Communion celebration. There are many styles and if the dress you are purchasing doesn’t include a veil, check out Illusions to fill your need.
To help you with your wedding shopping, decide how you want to look. Many collections hold every imaginable veil or headpiece you could conceive wearing for your wedding day. From the long cathedral veil to the short veil or the little pouf of netting, there is something for you. The headpiece that has a birdcage veil is charming and a stunning retro look.
Find the veil or headpiece for you wedding day and look like the most striking woman on earth.