Bridal veils are one of the very important bridal accessories that completes the bride’s look on her wedding day. Although very archaic and traditional, the bridal veil is still relevant. With or without it, the bride-to-be still looks as much pretty and her comfort is key.
The use and purpose of the bridal veil differs from culture to culture and dependent on the bride-to-be’s interest. For Yoruba traditional weddings, the bride must wear a bridal veil and she is unveiled by the groom’s parents. But in the case of the white wedding, it differs. the brides’s father could unveil the bride-to-be as soon as he walks her to the altar or the husband unveils his bride-to-be after they are both pronounced as husband and wife.
The fact that the bridal veil is a symbol of decency and obedience does not mean it cannot be worn fashionably and stylishly. One way or the other, the bridal veil amplifies your beauty.
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