erin lindsay designs

keeping brides fabulous in veils, feathered frivolities, bejeweled headpieces, and more

style spotlight: ruffled edge veil

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ruffles. just the word itself brings countless lovely images to our minds… dramatically oversized victorian-era dresses… elaborately tiered wedding cakes… perfectly feminine ballerina tutus… gorgeous flowers. it is these most extravagantly layered flowers, their texture and form and design, that inspired the style for our ruffled pencil edge veil.ruffles_victoriandress_celosia_peonies_cabbage_hydrangea

(clockwise from left) a dramatically layered dress from 1867

celosia, an extraordinary and unique flower

cabbage, a surprising beauty in purples and greens

hydrangea, a classic summer flower with a spectacular blossom

peonies, a softly feminine yet bold bloom

the softly layered and rhythmic lines of these ruffled blooms inspired the style that exudes subtle elegance, yet creates quite an unforgettable look. it is daintily feminine, photographs beautifully, and remains classic, standing the test of time while standing out as a modern twist on a traditional look. it’s one of our favorite, and one of our most popular, styles


(clockwise from left) gail wore a beautiful two-tiered ruffled edge veil on her big day (photo: cornerstone photography)

the simple ruffled edge veil, one of our favorite looks (photo: erin lindsay designs)

nichole wore a two-tiered wrist-length ruffled edge veil for her elegant ceremony (photo: danray photography)

kim wore a dramatic chapel lenth veil, simple yet stylized with the ruffled edge

lauren’s custom crystal and bead headpiece was completed with a simple yet substantial ruffled edge veil (photo: Jolie Images)

Author: erinlindsay

I'm cute and poetic, I create stuff, I am the shiznitt

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