Veils & Headpieces
The perfect headpiece and veil will complete your bridal ensemble and show all your guests that you are the star! The Perfect Bride can help you achieve the look you want with many headpieces and veils that can be custom ordered for you.
Don't forget that all of our accessory items are sold at discounted prices!
We are proud to carry the entire line of products from AA Bridal. This includes the Jessica McClintock collection, headbands, side combs, feathers & flowers, bridal belts, brooches and jewelry.
Many gorgeous new options in Bridal Accessories are also available from Mariell. Click the following links to view the selections of Veils, Wedding Belts & Bridal Sashes, Tiaras & Headpieces, Feather Fascinators and Bridal & Cocktail Hats.
For pricing and more information, please fill out our form on the contact page, or call 920-884-7984.
Choosing a Bridal Veil Length
Shoulder Length Bridal Veil: It ranges in length from 18" to 27", just coming to or passing the shoulders. Simple style sheath gowns look fabulous with this length of veil at the back of the head.
Elbow Length Bridal Veil: Just a bit longer than the shoulder length veil. It
measures anywhere from 28" to 36" in length and ends at or near the elbows. A perfect classic for when you want a more dramatic length of tulle at the back.
Fingertip Length Bridal Veil: This veil is meant to extend to your outstretched fingertips. It is usually 48 inches in length and can be single layer or doubled with a
Waltz Length Bridal Veil: Known as a "Walking Veil," the tulle should end between the calf of the leg and the ankle. The usual length is 54" to 60".
Chapel length Bridal Veil: A Chapel length veil is meant to just barely skim the floor.
Cathedral Length Bridal Veil: Cathedral Veils are meant for very formal weddings, and are so dramatic that they can be the focal point of attention over the dress. Many Brides choose to embellish a floor length dress with a Cathedral Veil to give the impression of a long train. A Cathedral Veil can extend for more than 5 yards if desired, but your best guide is to have the veil extend at least a foot beyond
your gown's train.