In my last post I told that you have only one opportunity to wear a veil, and that’s on your wedding day, today I’m going to talk about the other traditional accessory of the bride-to-be: the bridal bouquet, and how to find the one that best suits your style.
How to Be the Most Elegant Guest
I have always lived the moment when I’m invited to a wedding with great joy, someone close decided to get married and that’s a reason to rejoice. I don’t know if it’s ever happened to you that you know exactly what you’re going to wear, but sometimes inspiration is completely lacking and you don’t know what to wear or you’re not sure if what you have chosen is appropriate or not.
By Keyla Díaz, author of Tendencias de bodas
Veils: yes or no? You don’t need to pluck all the petals off of a daisy to make up your mind; if you have any doubts, my advice is steadfast: Veil yes! Why not? I got married without a veil because I thought veils were reserved for religious ceremonies, and I was tying the knot with a civil wedding in a garden. I didn’t think it was appropriate at the time, and now I regret not having tried on a single one to see for myself if it was really my thing or not. If there’s one thing I’ve learned from years as a wedding blogger, it’s that you only have one occasion to wear a veil, and that’s on your wedding day. Think about that!