We want our clients to feel amazing on their wedding day and it is essential that they feel free to reflect their own styles.
Lace, silk or tulle, cathedral, birdcage or cascading; whatever the style, veils have been hailed as the traditional accompaniment to a wedding dress ever since the trend began in the early 19th century, Rebekah McCann-Williams, from Visionary Veils is the queen of veil making but admits that not every bride should wear a veil. She said: "We want our clients to feel amazing on their wedding day and it is essential that they feel free to reflect their own styles. I would therefore say it is not essential to wear a veil just because you feel you should! For many clients, it is the moment they try on their wedding dress and veil for the first time that the significance of the wedding actually hits them. Their wedding gowns are beautiful, but for many clients the addition of a veil transforms them into a bride."