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Blusher Veil


What is a blusher veil?

A blusher veil is a shoulder length layer of veiling used to cover the face before the ceremony. Typically combined with a veil of another length, the blusher is then removed or flipped back.
 
A blusher is a short veil that falls in front of the face. It is worn when walking down the aisle and is traditionally lifted or folded back by the bride's father at the end of the processional. During the ceremony, some brides wear a blusher for a dramatic effect and remove it for the reception, while other brides are required to wear a blusher for certain religious ceremonies.
 
Blusher style veils come in varying lengths, and can be combined with a longer veil or worn alone in a shorter, less traditional style.   

Examples of a blusher veil accompanying a longer veil

Blusher veil Hannah by Sara Gabriel 
Sara Gabriel Hannah is a cathedral length veil pictured here with a blusher layer. 

Examples of a blusher veil worn alone

Blusher veil Charisse by Sara Gabriel Blusher veil Drew by Sara Gabriel

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