Bedazzled, colorful, & embellished wedding veils to give you regal unicorn vibes

April 26 2019 | bijouxandbits
gilded, bedazzled, & colorful wedding veils
Cascading Silk Headpiece from Gibson Bespoke

I love to dive back into wedding veils after a bit of time to see what's new.

Milliners and artisans are always doing new things, adding new elements, and just making things a little bit more extra each time I look.

This time I decided to see what was new in the realm of colored, bedazzled, and embellished wedding veils and it was so not a disappointment. I found some super lovely, super offbeat, and super chic veil options if that's the look you're feeling.

Let's get to the veil ogling…

gilded, bedazzled, & colorful wedding veils
Golden Juliet Cap Veil from Blair Nadeau Bridal
gilded, bedazzled, & colorful wedding veils
Dyed Cathedral Wedding Veil from Ann Nottingham Bridal
gilded, bedazzled, & colorful wedding veils
Art Deco Tulle Headpiece from Danani
gilded, bedazzled, & colorful wedding veils
Black Wedding Veil with Silk Flowers from Madame B's Boutique
gilded, bedazzled, & colorful wedding veils
The Beulah – Off White Grey Bridal Headpiece from Daniella London
gilded, bedazzled, & colorful wedding veils
Rainbow ombre veil from Coquettishly Adorned
gilded, bedazzled, & colorful wedding veils
Moon and stars veil from Gilded Shadows
gilded, bedazzled, & colorful wedding veils
Over The Rainbow Fingertip Blusher Veil from Crown and Glory
gilded, bedazzled, & colorful wedding veils
Ivory Juliet Veil from Blair Nadeau Bridal
gilded, bedazzled, & colorful wedding veils
"Always" Harry Potter veil from BMillinery
gilded, bedazzled, & colorful wedding veils
Black Polka Dot Drop Veil from Wcollective
gilded, bedazzled, & colorful wedding veils
Red Birdcage Veil  from Maynard Millinery

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