Wedding Tip Thursday - How to Handle a Long Veil

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Beautiful Bride Becca-Jane | Wedding By Erin McLean Events | Photo By Cyn Kain Photography

Nothing says “Bride” like a veil! If you know your aisle surface is rough, choose a shorter option that won’t snag as you make your entrance.  You may find that an aisle made of brick, concrete, or real wood could catch a long veil as you make your entrance.

If you have already chosen a long veil, be sure to give it a test run at your ceremony location. Does it threaten to snag as you walk? There are a couple of options. Bunch it up in a pretty best online casino way on top of your train. It should stay in place as you walk and your Maid of Honor can spread it out once you are in place for the ceremony (then place it on your train again for the recessional). Or, channel your inner Princess and have a flower girl or two hold your veil as you proceed and recess down the aisle – what an entrance!

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