Monday, 9 May 2011

Delphine Manivet Wedding Veils

Lots of modern brides don't go for wedding veils nowadays, but I'm predicting a huge surge in popularity after Princess Catherine wore one at the Royal Wedding. Personally I've always wanted to wear a veil - for me, they define 'bride' like nothing else. The first time I tried the dresses in Delphine Manivet, the lovely sales assistant suggested their incredible, cathedral length veil, and I fell in love. It's a family heirloom in the waiting, edged with lace handmade in Calais, and it's pure 'bride'. It comes without a sewn-in comb, and works any which way you can imagine, including tied in a bow on the side - a gorgeous kooky modern look. Take a look at the pictures for more inspiration, or head to Brown's Bride in London, who stock Delphine Manivet's wedding gowns. I can't wait to wear mine at my wedding in Provence!


Photo Credits: {above left} Amy Punky Photography, {above right} Davidone


Photo Credits: {above left} Corbin Gurkin via wedding blog 100 Layer Cake {above middle} inspiration from Twigs & Honey {above right} Delphine Manivet {below, both pictures} Butler-Madden Weddings


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