Birdcage or regular veil???

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Yaritza Posts : 3 Registered: 9/9/08
Birdcage or regular veil???
Posted: Sep 28, 2008 12:57 PM

My wedding dress is a Demetrios 2747 ( in case cause I dont know if the picture is gonna show up)

My stylist is going to make a bow with my hair (I think it's look great I already wear it before) and I don't know if I should wear a bird cage or a regular veil. Can someone help make my decision , please.

Thanks

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Pumpkinsky Posts : 11 Registered: 9/27/08
Re: Birdcage or regular veil???
Posted: Sep 28, 2008 2:09 PM Go to message in response to: Yaritza

I WOULD GO WITH REGULAR VEIL...OR FRESH FLOWERS...GOOD LUCK TO YOU!
Smile

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justinet Posts : 35 Registered: 3/15/08
Re: Birdcage or regular veil???
Posted: Oct 8, 2008 6:48 PM Go to message in response to: Yaritza

I can't see your picture but I wore a regular veil for my ceremony and a birdcage for my reception. I had the best of both :)

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eileenHayes Posts : 9 Registered: 1/29/09
Re: Birdcage or regular veil???
Posted: Jan 29, 2009 9:28 PM Go to message in response to: Yaritza

I will have both. Why choose when you can use both? ;o) I'm going to have a veil during the ceremony and a birdcage veil for the morning pictures. I both custom made by the designer on etsy. You can check her out at www.5eizen.etsy.com

You'll find its cheaper than buy your veils at the bridal store.

Hope this helps.

-E

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AuNights Posts : 5 Registered: 1/2/09
Re: Birdcage or regular veil???
Posted: Feb 2, 2009 7:27 PM Go to message in response to: Yaritza

depending on the style of the veil, i say a birdcage russian veil will go nicely with the dress. maybe blusher type bird cage veil. then again, that's what i like and will think look best with the dress.

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Toast Posts : 480 Registered: 9/10/08
Re: Birdcage or regular veil???
Posted: Feb 3, 2009 2:45 PM Go to message in response to: AuNights

i Cant see your pic either, but I googled the dress...if it is the one with the full beaded corset and the feathers on the skirt I say DEFINATELY a birdcage veil!!!!

The style of the dress is way too "Hollywood" and modern and artsy with the feathers and beading and full skirt to go with a traditional veil. I think it might look kind of weird. A birdcage veil with a few white feathers to mimick the ones on the skirt would look amazing!!!!!!!!

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JennHatesWaiting Posts : 74 Registered: 1/14/09
Re: Birdcage or regular veil???
Posted: Feb 7, 2009 4:50 PM Go to message in response to: Yaritza

Wow! That dressing is stunning!! I would DEFINITELY go with the birdcage! How can you NOT wear a birdcage with that dress??!

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sarahsummer Posts : 2 Registered: 6/7/09
Re: Birdcage or regular veil???
Posted: Jun 7, 2009 12:09 PM Go to message in response to: Yaritza

Wow, that is a gorgeous dress. I would definitely go with an ivory or offwhite birdcage veil so you don't take away from the dress or cover it up in anyway. I got mine from DonnaElla on etsy. She did a great job and was reasonably priced.

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ChelsRae85 Posts : 371 Registered: 5/16/09
Re: Birdcage or regular veil???
Posted: Jun 8, 2009 11:44 AM Go to message in response to: Yaritza

omg, with that dress, you almost HAVE to wear a birdcage. it's a prerequisite. ;P

Gorgeous dress, lady. I love it!
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SamanthaBride Posts : 10 Registered: 6/17/09
Re: Birdcage or regular veil???
Posted: Jun 19, 2009 1:15 PM Go to message in response to: Yaritza

Agreed!

Birdcage Veil:
birdcage veil 13-18 inch white ivory black
I believe this Birdcage veil is in Ivory from tessakim on etsy.

Congratulations and good luck!

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Sammiej23 Posts : 9 Registered: 5/2/09
Re: Birdcage or regular veil???
Posted: Jun 19, 2009 8:34 PM Go to message in response to: Yaritza

there is absolutely no way that u can go without the birdcage. the dress is goreous and the look can only be completed w/birdcage.

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