Why I Didn't Wear A Veil (Simply Bridal Giveaway!)

When I got married, I decided not to wear a veil.  

I liked the idea of a veil, and there was one at the bridal store that I actually liked, but it was half the cost of my dress!  It's amazing how pricey they can get.  I didn't really need it to achieve the look I was going for, and it wasn't in the budget, so I ended up not wearing one.

I was happy not having a veil, but if I had been able to find a more affordable one that I liked I might have worn it for the ceremony.

Recently I was contacted by a representative of Simply Bridal, which is a discount online bridal shop - I poked around on their website, and they have a gorgeous selection of veils for deeply discounted prices!  I think if I had worn a veil at my wedding, I would have picked one like this:

They also have a huge selection of dresses.  This one stood out to me, (I admit, largely because of the name):

Simply Bridal has offered to give one of my readers a veil of their choice!  

Or for those of us who are already married, you can choose a piece of their bridal jewelry - if I were to pick one, I think I'd get this one, but that's just me.  It would have gone perfect with the earrings I wore on my wedding day, but I think it'd be pretty to wear now too!

To enter, fill out the Rafflecopter form below!  Giveaway will end on July 24th.  Good luck!

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Melanie said...

I didn't wear a veil either!! The back of my dress was too pretty to cover up..plus like you said..veils are EXPENSIVE!

Hannah said...

veils are soooo expensive! pretty much all of the ones I found when I was looking cost nearly as much as my dress! They are pretty, but I was perfectly happy not wearing one :)

Unknown said...

I wore a veil, but I kind of regret it now because it was sooo expensive and I didn't even wear it over my face for the ceremony, and took it off before the reception. Kind of a waste! but they are pretty.

thanks for hosting the giveaway!


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