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Frequently Asked Questions...

How do I wear a wedding veil?

I am planning on having my hair up for my wedding (I'm not sure exactly what style yet), but I'm not sure how to wear a veil. I'd like to find a veil attached to a pretty comb or a headpiece -- do they sell veils like this? How are veils usually attached to your hair?


Best Answer...

Answer:

Veils can be attached in many ways. Some attach with a comb, some with a headband or tiara, some with pins. Some heirloom veils may be heavy enough to require that they be pinned in by a dozen or more pins *and* tucked securely into a headband or tiara *and* the tiara secured with even more pins!

How you attach it will also depend on where you attach it, and that depends partly on how you wear your hair. Most brides before about 1990 or so attached their veils at the top of the head since so many brides in the 80s and earlier wore their hair down or had short hair. As the popularity of updos increased the veil moved backwards, first to the crown of the head (just in front of the bun) and now to the back of the head, below the bun.

If you wear your hair up and attach the veil below the bun you'll need a comb and pins and probably also a band around the bun to attach the veil securely, and you should choose a lightweight veil such as silk or polyester tulle in three layers or less. Lace veils or five-layer veils will likely be too heavy for this treatment. If you attach it above the bun, you can use a heavier veil and you can probably get away with just a comb and pins.

If you wear a tiara, you may wish to have the veil attached to the tiara which means that it would start just above your front hairline (ie. Princess Diana).