Mantilla Veils

Are you saying “I do” in a beautiful church?  Perhaps a Catholic destination wedding in Spain or Mexico or you just love the look of lace!?  Well, then consider covering up in a breathtaking mantilla veil.  Typically covering your head and shoulders, the lace look originated in Spain in the 16th century and is and was often worn by women in the church.  Today it can be a nod to your religion, the place on which you wed, or simply your personal style.  Here are a few ways to wear the veil…

mantilla veil

{Photos: Top Row Left: The Nichols, Right: Anne’s Blog, Second Row Left: Britteny Hogan, Right: Flickr, Third Row Left: Pinterest, Right: Style Hive, Forth Row Left: Pinterest, Right: OneWed, Fifth Row Left: Here Comes the Bride, Right: Bride & Groom Store, Bottom Row: Ryan Flynn via SMP}

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  • The seventh shooting was really look like Godly statue.  The wedding dress is very impressive