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Drop Veil vs Two Tier Veil

Brides searching for wedding veils would have seen two designs that look rather similar to each other, being Drop Veil and Two-tier Veil. Let's talk about what the differences are between the two, and which one may suit your bridal style better.

Drop Veil

A drop veil is a piece of tulle artfully shaped to adorn your crown. It is designed to sit (or drop, quite literally) over the face during the wedding ceremony and then pulled back to create a two layered veil. As no comb is used, there is no gathers in drop veil so the veil sits flat against the head giving no volume or puffiness. You or your HMUA can opt to secure it in your hair with a hat pin. It is the perfect style if you want to add a sense of formality to your wedding whilst staying classically chic.

Two Tier Veil

A two-tier veil has two layers of tulle, usually a longer layer that runs from your crown to your back or beyond, depending on your veil length, and a shorter layer that covers over your face. The shorter layer is known as the blusher. If lifting of the blusher after a ceremony is a tradition you desire on your wedding day, then a two-tier bridal veil is what you are looking for.

Elena in our Christella Pearl Veil | Mademoiselle Bridal
Our bride in Christelle Pearl Veil, two-tier, cathedral length


Most of our veils can be made as a two tier veil or drop veil. Simply send us a message and we can assist further.

Have other questions about ways to wear a Wedding Veil? Contact us!



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