Fabulous To-Know: Mantilla Veil

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man·til·la (noun): a silk or lace head scarf [or veil] arranged over a high comb and falling over the back and shoulders, worn in Spain, Mexico, etc. (source)

A mantilla veil naturally lends a certain romance to any bridal look, which we love.

A few things to know? Any mantilla veil must be secured in place with a comb. These traditional veils may vary in length, from a more reserved shorter-style veil to a longer, more dramatic length; each option is equally exquisite. In fact, many of our brides who wear Edgardo Bonilla, Pronovias or La Sposa lace gowns pair their dresses with a mantilla veil, as one helps to complete the traditional Spanish look.

The images of the three brides below are perfect proof you that on a bride’s wedding day she can never be too dramatic!

Lovella Bridal

mantilla traditional Spanish veil wedding dress

mantilla traditional Spanish veil wedding dress

mantilla traditional Spanish veil wedding dress

mantilla traditional Spanish veil wedding dress

mantilla traditional Spanish veil wedding dress

Image credits: 1 & 2 Continuum Photography via *** 3 & 4 Anna Roussos via *** 5 Simply Jessie Photography via ***

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