The Wedding Veil Styles That'll Be Trending in 2018

Wedding trends, just like their ready-to-wear counterparts, shift from season to season. Just as varied as the gowns themselves, creative wedding veil styles abound. To get a better idea of what we can expect from brides walking down the aisle in 2018, we asked fashion and beauty editor Shelley Brown of wedding destination The Knot to weigh in. While long tulle veils à la Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy made a comeback this year, Brown and her team are anticipating long veils with embellishments to be popular in 2018. She says, “It’s a very elaborate way to make your entire wedding day look feel cohesive.”

Go on to see and shop the wedding veils that’ll be trending in 2018.

A Cathedral-length veil elegantly frames the rest of the look with the addition of a scalloped lace edge.

Modern brides will try this alternative to a traditional hairpiece veils by draping the lace-embroidered fabric this way.

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BHLDN

Opt for subtle touches of floral embroidery to match the shade of your dress (if it's not a true white) to tie the whole look together.

Shop the style: BHLDN Sonnet Veil ($625)

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Veil Trends

According to Brown, we're going to see a lot of 3D embellishments on extra-long tulle veils this year.

Shop the style: Veil Trends Fleet Embellished Bridal Veil ($725)

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Sara Gabriel

With hand-cut embroidered florals scattered artfully about the edge, this dramatic veil will definitely take center stage in any wedding photos.

Shop the style: Sara Gabriel Annie Veil ($1368)

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Needle & Thread

Cut from lightweight ivory tulle in a chapel length, it's embroidered to resemble antique lace and embellished with iridescent sequins to catch the light as you walk down the aisle.

Shop the style: Needle & Thread Marie Embroidered Tulle Veil ($375)

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Mikaella by Paloma Blanca

Pared-back embroidery works best on chapel-length veils. This one with lace appliqués along the edge is perfect for minimalist brides.

Shop the style: Mikaella by Paloma Veils ($400)

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Carolina Herrera

Gorgeously tiered, this lightly embroidered tulle veil floats elegantly behind you.

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Carolina Herrera

Bold, almost graphic floral designs ring this veil at shoulder length, revealing the gorgeous neckline of your dress.

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Brides & Hairpins

Highlight the romance of this beautiful day with a gauzy tulle veil finished with a scalloped, beaded edge and ornamented with floral embroidered lace.

Shop the style: Brides & Hairpins Mikaela Embellished Veil ($280)

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Elie Saab

The stunning floral design cascades down the center of this veil, coordinating with the embroidery on its matching wedding gown.

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Sara Gabriel

Exquisite lace is artfully placed and meticulously stitched into an elegant design that sweeps softly behind you.

Shop the style: Sara Gabriel Harmony Veil ($268)

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David's Bridal

Lace embroidery fills the latter half of this cathedral-length, gauzy tulle piece.

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David's Bridal

Three-dimensional floral appliqué accents give this chapel length veil a playful feel.

Shop the style: David's Bridal 3D Floral Elbow-Length Veil ($140)

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