veils for brides
Verity Edgecombe Photography
Verity Edgecombe Photography

veils for brides

Getting great bridal portraits

This wedding day was at Cedar Cottages in country New South Wales. The bride stayed in one of the cottages the night before the wedding so was able to get some gorgeous bridal portraits, some photos with her parents and others with her bridesmaids before the ceremony. I love movement in photos and Jo, the bride, was very good as swishing that veil creating one of my favourite bridal portraits to date!

Should or shouldn't I have a veil?

Veils are only worn by brides...or little girls dreaming of being brides! They can be heavy and annoying and even get a bit hot but there's normally only one chance in life to wear a veil so, why not! They add a beautiful element to your look, can be a bonus for brides who want their arms covered or softened and add that touch of mystique for the groom before the veil is removed - generally for the kiss!

Some brides choose to take their veils off after the ceremony, which is ok but if you like your veil, don't forget to get a few bride and groom portraits with the veil as they are often beautiful, especially if the wind catches the veil just a little and adds some more natural movement.

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You can learn more about Verity Edgecombe Photography and our approach to weddings here
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Location: 1840 Wollombi Rd, Wollombi South Wales.