Brideshead Revisited

A few weekends ago I headed uptown to visit Brideshead Revisited over at The Wedding Library [they were also at the Wedding Party]. I’m happy to announce that I’m pretty sure I found my veil, but I won’t tell which one since Chad doesn’t want to know [and reads Brooklyn Bride RELIGIOUSLY!], but for you brides who are looking for something a little out of the ordinary, I would definitely check them out. All the veils are custom made, and you can customize most aspects of them to your liking. They’ve also got beautiful flowers, brooches, and headbands too.

[images from Brideshead Revisited]

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3 Comments to “Brideshead Revisited”

  1. Wendy Says:

    I love these! Not traditional, but very much the bride! Can’t wait for the unveiling of yours after the wedding!

  2. Katrina + Andrew Says:

    *good* veils are so underrated by brides these days!! and many brides insist upon having a 10ft long veil… veils can be the perfect accent piece without dominating the look and feel of the entire brides’ ensemble.. good choice on either of the two veils here! :)

    ~andrew mejia~

  3. One Love Photo Says:

    Oh I love these! I keep hoping I get a bride with a cute little cage veil someday. For me veils make the photos so much more fun, I also love flowers in the hair.

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