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The fabric a veil is made from — and how it is woven — determines the look. Silk, nylon, polyester, cotton, organza, chiffon, and point d’esprit are all common veil materials. “Tulle” is the generic term for veil material, with specifics depending on the actual fabric. The most common varieties are made from nylon, rayon, or silk. “Bridal Illusion” — another common veil fabric term — is sheer, soft tulle (finer than netting, but stiffer than silk). For more descriptions of veil fabrics, read “Veil Fabrics: Silk, Tulle, Illusion and Netting” on MyOnlineWeddingHelp.com: https://www.myonlineweddinghelp.com/bride/accessories/veils_tiaras_headpieces/veil_fabrics.htm
You have found the perfect pair of high heels for the wedding. They are SO cute and make your legs look fabulous. One problem: the heels are 4″ and your heel-walking experience doesn’t go beyond 2″. Don’t despair. There *is* hope. You can train yourself to walk with grace in these higher heels. The keys are gradually working your way up to 4″ and practicing. Begin by standing in the shoes. Next, move onto tiny steps, then try bigger steps and maneuvering around obstacles. Once you’ve mastered those skills, try more difficult situations and develop your stamina. By the wedding […]
We all know about tiaras, but did you know there are several other kinds of bridal hairpieces as well? If a tiara isn’t your style, try another approach. Combs, for example, are versatile and can be simple to elaborate, depending on your preference. They can be used as a backpiece, worn at the top of the head, or placed to draw attention to hairstyle features. Barrettes serve the same function, but with a little different look. If you like how a tiara circles your hair, but are not really the princess type, try a bun wrap, halo, or wreath. You […]
The mantilla veil is distinctive because of it scalloped edge. Traditionally, they were made from embroidered Chantilly or Blonda lace. Nowdays, some mantillas are made from tulle, with embroidered edging. The veil is made from a single piece of non-gathered material, which is draped over the head and secured with an unobtrusive comb or pin. To see mantilla veil pictures and learn more about them, go to the MyOnLineWeddingHelp.com mantilla veil page.
To the uninitiated, choosing a veil seems rather straightforward. We soon learn, however, that the veil can be one of the hardest decisions. Short or long? How short? How long? How many tiers? What shape? Blusher or not? Edging or not? If so, what kind? What color? Embellishments? Shimmer? The choices seem endless. Veil length is one of the most important factors in how a veil looks, so it’s best to begin there. In general, lengths range from the very short birdcage, which falls to your nose, to the cathedral (or royal) length, which trails behind as you walk down the aisle. Take a look at our veil […]
As previously mentioned, comfort counts when choosing bridal shoes. There are other considerations as well. Where will you be walking in them? How does the heel height look with your gown? Do you REALLY love them, or are you simply following a fashion trend? Do they go well with the rest of your look? We help you with these answers and more on the MyOnlineWeddingHelp.com wedding shoes considerations page.
You have found the tiara to DIE for…beautiful, regal, and gorgeous atop the model’s head. Before making a final decision, there are some things to consider. Like every other piece of your wedding-day ensemble, it must contribute to the overall look by complementing — not competing — with it. The shape of your face makes a difference, too. Find more about choosing the perfect tiara on the MyOnlineWeddingHelp.com wedding tiaras page.
The last thing you want on your wedding day is blisters, so it’s worth your while to spend some time thinking about comfort. Many brides consider wearing flats for the ceremony and reception — especially if they are somewhat tall and don’t want to tower over the groom. Others have a high-fashion pair for the wedding and a comfy pair for the reception. You can even save wear and tear on your feet by kicking back and shopping online. MyOnlineWeddingHelp.com lists a variety of flats, ballet shoes, and even wedding tennis shoes in the shopping section.
With all the attention surrounding veils, we sometimes forget that theyaren’t the only options in bridal hair fashion. There are an increasing number of hair jewelry options available…decorative pins, twists, and combs, for example. For more examples and ideas see the MyOnlineWeddingHelp.com hair jewelry page. Or shop here for bridal hair jewelry and accessories.