Veils & Hair Style for 2016
The spring veil trends for 2016 are everything from whimsical to boho chic. The flower wreaths are taken to a whole new level with this stunning over the top single white flower clip shown in The Couture Veils 2016 collection.
Glamorous Maria Elenas 2016 headpieces give off an “it’s spring” vibe, but with the brilliant craftsmanship of jeweled flowers on a gold or silver vine, the bride makes all wedding guests heads turn. Not quite a tiara, which can be too much of a “royal wedding feel” for some, the gorgeous head bands provide brides with a classy and elegant headpiece that has a bohemian element.
$300-$800 Little White Dress Bridal Shop, Denver Co
Rachel Trevor Morgan has a classically feminine, yet slightly bold line of birdcage veils. From over the face, or a sassy angled style, a bride is certain to achieve that sought after vintage look with a modern twist.
Feathers have also made an appearance in the spring/summer line, a piece of the vintage look that hasn’t always carried over with modern design.
Viktoria Novaks uniquely handmade headpieces are delicate and give an oppulant, slightly French style to a bride’s wedding day attire.
The Flora, $695
Mary Lee, $770
Gracious Grace, $2,330
Sara Gabriel veils are very sheer and give brides a floor or train length veil that isn’t too heavy for spring. The flowered Chantilly lace edging on many of the veils give a simple unique look without taking away the light and airy feel.
The Ellington veil, from $403, the Rochelle veil, from $515 and the Rebecca veil, from $889 are especially stunning.