A bride is getting a veil on her wedding day.
She may have a big smile and an earring in the front, but there’s a reason why she’s wearing it.
For a couple, getting married is the most exciting time of their lives, and getting married with a veil can be just as stressful as the ceremony itself.
But with some good news, it seems you’re not the only one.
The Australian Wedding Photographers Association (AWPA) has released a survey which found that 50% of Australian couples are happy with the choice of veil, with 35% saying they were happy with their veil.
While veil is no new idea in Australia, it has become popular with younger Australians, especially those who grew up in rural areas.
Weddings are often held in remote locations, such as a remote farm, where there are few other people.
There’s also a tradition of wearing a veil at funerals, weddings and funerals for close friends and family.
It’s the veil that makes the most difference, with more than 80% of respondents in the AWPA survey saying they had worn a veil.
While most of us are aware that veil can make the wedding night more special, it’s still a subject that is often taboo in Australia.
If you or someone you know has been asked to wear a veil, or you have a wedding that requires you to wear one, please feel free to share your story in the comments section below.