Have you been wondering what a 2 tier medium length waterfall veil would look like? It has pretty cascading sides that fall in waves down the sides. They work well at fingertip and waltz length. Chapel length will work too, but the longer they get the more subtle the cascade effect is.
To get the waterfall effect the veil fabric needs to be wide at the top. Perfect if you want some thickness at the top. If you want to minimize the bulk choose our 4.25″ comb to help the gathers spread out more. All 2 tier veils do have more thickness, if that is a concern we recommend a 1 tier veil.
With the waterfall shape the end of the veil will be narrow, thus more transparent. This is great for a dress with features at the waist or below that you want to keep visible.
This champagne veil is 60 inches long and 36 inches long. It can be a blusher veil. It is at the full width. Notice this one has a simple cut edge that gives the cascades a more subtle effect that will blend in with the wedding dress. Waterfall veils do look nice with a pencil or cord edge. They work well with the beaded edge too. The ribbon edge does not work as well for waterfall veils because the edge is turning in and out and making the back of the ribbon more prominent. We sew the ribbon flat on the veil close to the edge, so the back has a bit of the illusion over the ribbon which is usually quite invisible with traditional or mantilla veils.