The veil is one of the oldest parts of a bridal ensemble, dating as far back as Greek and Roman times. Its original purpose was to hide the bride from “evil spirits who might want to thwart her happiness" or to frighten the spirits away. Though the original meaning of the bridal veil has largely faded, the tradition of including the veil itself has remained a significant component of the bride’s attire.
Because the tradition of leaving a bride’s face veiled during the wedding procession until she takes her vows is less common nowadays, there are a huge number of options and styles that Ida's Bridal Boutique provides, since veils today are often more of an accessory.
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