Bridal Veils were once used only in Christian weddings as they go very well with the white gowns. The purpose of the veil is to hide the face while entering the wedding venue. But now its a big trend with the Hindu, Sikh and other weddings also, where brides wear traditional clothes like Anarkalis, Sarees or lehngas. It has to be light and in a transparent material like the net so that it could easily stay on the head without disturbing the bridal hairstyle. Therefore nowadays brides go in for a double dupatta style too; one heavy embroidered one for the shoulder and the second one, light in weight to cover the head.
And trust us these veils on Indian brides give them a very gorgeous look.
So what are you waiting for just scroll down and check out the veils which we have spotted on real brides!
If you do not want a full plain veil, then it can also be embroidered up to few inches, in one full length at the side which will cover your face, the other side can remain without embroidery.
The veil in one of its simplest forms, its left plain without any embroidery or heavy border, just a plain dyed net in the same color as the lehenga
Real bride Anusha’s paneled white lehenga with a veil!
This Bollywood bride in royal attire set new goals for brides all over! From her traditional jewelry to her exquisite veils – we love it all.
One of the all-time classic patterns with small flower shape botties all over and a very thin border highlighting the corners! A bride can never go wrong with this pattern.
Its a big trend nowadays to get the bridal lehnga done in pastel shades and in a single color. Many Bollywood celebrity wedding has witnessed this trend. In this case, one can easily take a veil in contrast color like in the picture, preferably in some bright shade.