Bridal Veils Specifications
Size: 120″ or 195″ Long.
Materials: 2 Layer Veil Tulle Fabric & Plastic Comb
Processing Time: 1-3 Days
Payment Options: You can Shop Online from our Shop on ETSY
Shipping Cost: Free shipping across Canada and the US
FREE Local Pickup after 2 business days.
- Send us the size and the colour you are looking for
- Book an appointment
- Visit our shop for pick up
Why a Wedding Veil is the Perfect Addition to Your Big Day
From the moment you decide to get married, you’ll start making all sorts of decisions. What kind of dress will you wear? What color should the bridesmaid dresses be? And don’t forget about the accessories! One of the most important additions to your big day is a wedding veil. Wearing a veil on your wedding day is an age-old tradition that has been around for centuries, and for good reason. Let’s take a look at some of the benefits of wearing a wedding veil.
The Timelessness of Veils
A wedding veil is timeless and classic. It can add an air of elegance and class to any bride’s ensemble. Whether you opt for a simple, single-tiered veil or something more intricate and ornate, wearing a veil will give your look an extra touch of sophistication. Plus, there are so many different styles and lengths available that you’re sure to find one that complements your dress perfectly.
Veils as Symbols
Wearing a veil on your wedding day isn’t just about looking good, it’s also about symbolism. With its white or ivory fabric cascading down from your head, it serves as a physical reminder that this is a special occasion and marks the beginning of something beautiful and new.
Adding Meaningful Details
In addition to being symbolic, veils are also great for adding meaningful details to your bridal look and wearing a wedding veil gives you plenty of opportunities for stunning photos!
No matter what style or length you choose, a wedding veil truly makes an ideal addition to any bride’s ensemble!
We ship our products to all the major cities and surrounding areas across Canada and the US, including but not limited to:
Greater Toronto Area: Ajax | Aurora | Brampton | East York | Etobicoke | Markham | Mississauga | Newmarket | North York | Pickering | Richmond Hill | Scarborough | Thornhill | Toronto | Vaughan
Ontario: Barrie | Burlington |Cambridge | Guelph | Hamilton | Kitchener | Milton | Oakville | Oshawa | Waterloo | Whitby | Greater Sudbury
British Columbia: Vancouver | Surrey
Quebec: Montreal | Quebec City
Alberta: Calgary | Edmonton
New Brunswick: Moncton | Saint John | Fredericton
Newfoundland and Labrador: St. John’s
Nova Scotia: Halifax | Cape Breton
Saskatchewan: Saskatoon | Regina
Alabama: Huntsville | Arizona: Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa | Arkansas: Little Rock | California: Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose, San Francisco, Fresno, Sacramento | Colorado: Denver | Connecticut: Bridgeport | Delaware: Wilmington
Florida: Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa | Georgia: Atlanta | Idaho: Boise City | Illinois: Chicago | Indiana: Indianapolis | Iowa: Des Moines | Kansas: Wichita | Kentucky: Louisville | Louisiana: New Orleans | Maine: Portland | Maryland: Baltimore
Massachusetts: Boston | Michigan: Detroit | Minnesota: Minneapolis | Mississippi: Jackson | Missouri: Kansas City | Montana: Billings | Nebraska: Omaha | Nevada: Las Vegas | New Hampshire: Manchester | New Jersey: Newark
New Mexico: Albuquerque | New York City | North Carolina: Charlotte, Raleigh | North Dakota: Fargo | Ohio: Columbus, Cleveland | Oklahoma City: Tulsa | Oregon: Portland | Pennsylvania: Philadelphia | Rhode Island: Providence
South Carolina: Charleston | South Dakota: Sioux Falls | Tennessee: Nashville, Memphis | Texas: Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, Fort Worth, El Paso | Utah: Salt Lake City | Vermont: Burlington | Virginia: Virginia Beach | Washington: Seattle
West Virginia: Charleston | Wisconsin: Milwaukee | Wyoming: Cheyenne |