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!