Three Reasons Why Bride wear Wedding Veils
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Ever since I was a little girl, my mother told me that a bride is always the most beautiful. Whenever I see the bride wearing a white wedding dress, with a veil, I always feel sacred and solemn.
So does anyone ever wonder why brides always wear wedding veils? What does BLUSHER mean? Should you include the veil in your wedding checklist?
Today we’re going to talk about whether you, as a bride, should wear a veil at your wedding. The blog will be divided into three parts: the history of the Veil, why it covers the face, and three reasons that you should wear it.Welcome to like this blog and subscribe to Wendy's Boutique, if you have any questions please leave a message below, I LOVE to help you!
History of the Wedding Veil
The veil is one of the oldest parts of a bridal look, dating as far back as Greek and Roman times, to hide a bride "from evil spirits who might want to thwart her happiness" or to frighten the spirits away.
The veil also served to hide the bride's face from the groom prior to the wedding, as superstition says that it is bad luck for the groom to see the bride before the ceremony.
As weddings became more religious ceremonies in Western culture, the veil was used to symbolize modesty before God, obedience, and when the veil was white, chastity. By the 17th and 18th century, bridal veils were occasionally worn, but were generally out of fashion in Britain and North America, with brides choosing from many other options instead.
However, the bridal veil returned to popularity after Queen Victoria wore a veil in her wedding to Prince Albert in 1840. The bridal veil became a status symbol during the Victorian era, and the weight, length, and quality of the veil indicated the bride's social status.
What is a Blusher Veil?
The veil can have many different lengths. Which veil you choose depends entirely on the style of your dress and what you like. However, one aspect of the veil, you may or may not use it as part of your veil, is the tulle veil that covers your face when you walk down the aisle. The part that falls on your face is called blusher.
The veil symbolizes modesty and obedience. In many religions, it is seen as a sign of respect for women covering their heads. When wearing a white wedding dress to symbolize chastity, the white veil comes with it.
Some brides find it a very outdated, while others find that wearing a veil with blusher makes them feel more like a bride. I personally will choose to have blusher because I love the solemn moment the veil is lifted by the groom.
3 Reasons Why You Should Wear a Wedding Veil
Many brides question whether they should wear a veil on a big day. Some people think it's out of date, but others think it adds tradition and freshness to the bride. There is no doubt that the veil is beautiful, they can really accent the wedding dress, make the bride look more elegant. So there are three reasons why a bride wears a veil on her wedding day.
Only brides wear wedding veils.
Some brides think that the veil is an afterthought. However, wedding veils are special because they are only for brides. Wearing one is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! This is a delicate piece of fabric, so sheer, so purified, that’s sole purpose is to turn you from a woman in a beautiful white dress into a bride.
Veils make for beautiful photos.
The veil is very beautiful, they can make the wedding photos more beautiful! With the unique and eye-catching Cathedral veil, your photographer will take gorgeous and vivid photos. When covering the veil, you can do more to deal with wedding photos!
Veils can become a family keepsake.
The veil can be a very important family keepsake. If you leave the wedding dress to your daughter, granddaughter, niece, daughter-in-law, or others, they may think that the wedding dress is outdated or not suitable for them. But the veil is often timeless and one size fits all. In WendysBoutique, every hand-made veil is unique, sheer and timeless; making each of our veils a piece of heirloom quality!