Veils come in all different sizes (and names). Which length is right for you? Here is a little cheat sheet for you!
BIRDCAGE VEILS: These are the shortest veils. They can be worn to just cover the eyes or come down to your chin.
SHOULDER-LENGTH VEILS: These end somewhere between your shoulder to mid back.
ELBOW-LENGTH VEILS: These are typically informal veils. They end where the skirt of your dress starts.
FINGERTIP-LENGTH VEILS: These are the most popular veils. They fall somewhere around your lower back.
BALLET-LENGTH VEILS: These aren’t as common, but very pretty. They fall between your knee and foot.
CHAPEL-LENGTH VEILS: This veil goes all the way to the ground, but does not have a train.
CATHEDRAL-LENGTH VEILS: This is the longest type of veil. These have a train, and are usually worn for a very formal wedding. (PICTURED ABOVE: AlisaBrides)