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September 3, 2020

What Makes a Veil Fly?

If you are anything like me, you WANT that flying veil shot!!! I feel like as a wedding photographer it is my responsibility to let you bride’s know that not all veils will fly.

If a flying veil shot is something you absolutely want on your wedding day then here are a few steps to follow when picking out a veil that is easily airborne and extra photogenic!:

  1. Avoid heavy beading and detail that weighs down your veil.
  2. One layer is best! Multiple layers of tulle can be hard to toss.
  3. Off-white is best. Some veils can actually photograph “blue” if they are a pure white and that is very hard to hide in editing! This is true for stark white dresses as well. Off-white, light ivories and creams are actually better for pictures!
  4. Fine tulle flies more freely. Stiff tulle is a little more rigid.
Ottawa Backyard Wedding | Brittany Navin Photography

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