Wedding Veils * History & Tradition

Today Wedding Tradition is part superstition – in that in My case I borrowed my Wedding Veil . I was having my hair done by a friend and I had not purchase one and she offered hers.   So it became my borrowed item for my wedding. But the Veil can have many symbols in many countries and religion.  Which make it a tradition for many brides.  Lisa 

So my Question is ? Did you have one? Length?

Bridal Veil Length Guide = Shoulder 20″- 22″ Inches , Elbow Length 30″- 34″ Inches, Fingertip Length 38″- 42″ Inches, Walking/Waltz 60″- 70″ Inches, Chapel Length 90″ Inches and Cathedral Length 108″ Inches.

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history of wedding veils. The history of wedding veils tells us that, in ancient times, the Greeks used it as a way of protecting the bride from evil spirits, while in Medieval times it was worn as a symbol of purity and chastity.

Wedding Veil   Etiquette  Answer ‘s Here  Bride .com

Planning a Wedding in 2017 – Latest Veil Trends Fashion Week

 

Yes ! Lori Wilde has a great series call – Wedding Veil Wishes  this book features an Irish viel . Enjoy –

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Wedding Veil Wishes Series

Legend claims this antique Irish wedding veil can grant your heart’s deepest desire. But be careful what you wish for…
The moment Texas socialite Delaney Cartwright touches the veil, she knows she can’t go through with her wedding. And it’s not just because she envisions a stranger’s dark eyes and irresistible lips the second her fingers hit lace. But she can’t simply call the whole thing off. The nuptials to her nice, predictable childhood friend are the social event of the season (not to mention that her mother would freak). To fan the flames of this dying ember, Delaney abducts her fiance for a night of passion…and grabs the wrong guy! It isn’t her fault that Detective Nick Vinetti of the oddly familiar eyes and lips has crossed her path–and looks game for all kinds of sexy fun.
Now Delaney hatches an outrageous plan to get out of marrying: she’ll hire her own kidnapper. With an altar to avoid and a cop to dream of, this runaway bride is hoping a little Irish magic will unveil the true destiny of her heart.

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