If you’ve made a decision on your wedding gown, the search for the perfect set accessories begins, starting with one of the most important pieces – the veil.

If you’re new to the world of wedding veils, you might want to start with our guide to the different types of wedding veils – from short and sweet to long and flowy. You can also visit your local bridal salons which will have a wonderful assortment of veils in different styles and price ranges. They are worth checking out because there are so many incredible designers who do not sell their veils online.

But if you’re looking for something in particular or looking for a great deal, here are some online stores that are worth paying a visit to.


Justine M. Couture: For traditional veils, lace mantillas and veils with a bit of sparkle and embroidery, look no further than this stunning collection. Have something particular in mind? Create your own perfect veil.

Cassandra Lynne: It’s a one woman shop, but she sure does offer a lot of pretty items – from traditional veils to custom and even colored veils, Cassandra’s pieces are pretty, customizable and affordable.

Andria Bird:  Where modern meets vintage, these veils are ultra unique, at affordable prices.

birdcage veils

HushedCommotion: Relatively new on the bridal scene, the handmade hair accessories and veils from HushedCommotion are delicate and feminine. Gold! We love the gold!

BHLDN: They’re a little more vintage in style and a tad more on the pricey side, but BHLDN’s collection of veils are oh so pretty, it would be a crime to not at least take a peek.

Bloom Bazaar: This little shop has quite the unique collection of blusher veils – they are whimsical, fun with lush flowers, petals and spring blooms.

David’s Bridal: You’ll find dozens and dozens of veils here in different lengths and styles, including the White by Vera Wang collection, many of which are under $100.

Light in the Box: This is another hugely popular option for wedding veils. They have hundreds, from blushers to cathedral veils. You won’t find cheaper veils here – many sell for under $10! If you’re not particular on which veil you wear and just want to check the box, look great and not spend a lot of money, this is your best bet.


Etsy: Etsy is a must for brides looking for unique, handmade pieces. Many brides we’ve spoken with are obsessed with the site. Here are a few Etsy shops worth checking out.

Vanya Bvlgari: Beautiful Spanish style lace veils and mantillas

lace wedding veil

Powder Blue Bijou: A wonderful collection of super affordable cage veils as well as traditional wedding veils.

TheRedMagnolia: Lovely made to order, handmade blusher and cage veils

January Rose Bridal: Another great shop with handmade birdcage and blusher veils.

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