I was watching the Khloe Kardashian –Lamar Odom wedding special on E! and noted that Khole expressed her dislike of veils. A lot of modern brides feel this way and many are opting not to wear a veil at all. Brides of today are lucky in that there really are no ‘rules’ in weddings. In fact most brides strive to be unique.
My favorite wedding hair style web pages www.haircomesthebride.com. One can find all kinds of great alternatives to veils. My personal favorite alternative is the wedding feather hair accessories. Other great wedding hair accessories include flowers, silk flowers, crystal wedding combs, bridal tiaras, wedding headpieces, rhinestone hair pins and combs jewelry made with cultured pearl.
If you are not quite ready to ditch the veil but want a hip vintage wedding hair style, try the blusher or birdcage veil. The blusher is the short part of the veil that covers the bride’s face during the ceremony. Many brides wear a blusher over the face in deference to their cultural heritage. During the ceremony, the blusher is lifted back over the head to reveal the bride.
In a Jewish wedding ceremony the veil is vital and is used for the Badeken. One should check with your officiant about any religious head-covering requirements before making the final decision.