The Borrowed Collection - Veils
This Friday, The Borrowed Collection, a Canadian business specializing in wedding jewelry and and accessory rentals, has recently launched its newest line of rental items -- veils. From sweet and simple, to elegant and elaborate, waist-length to cathedral-style, The Borrowed Collection has a stunning collection on offer, and Vale + Vine is giving you a sneak peek at their new lookbook! With gowns by Truvelle and golden light among the gardens at Vancouver's Aberthau Mansion, these veils bring every last drop of drama and romance to the table.
For more details, tune in to The Borrowed Collection this Friday, for the full cast of veils available for rent, on view in the latest lookbook and photographed by Ainsley Rose Photography. For more veil or hairpiece inspiration, take a look at these versatile bridal stylings or these statement headpieces for your wedding day.
Finally, here's an excerpt written by Elise McClain of The Borrowed Collection, describing the company and their newly launched veil selection:
"The Borrowed Collection is Canada’s premier bridal jewelry rental company, offering a carefully curated selection of jewelry, headpieces, belts, and veils. Based out of Vancouver and offering nationwide shipping, The Borrowed Collection came to be, thanks to the concept of renting high end products with companies like Bag, Borrow, or Steal. If women can rent designer handbags, why not wedding jewelry?! The response has been incredible and we couldn't be more excited that brides love our concept! Nothing makes us happier than seeing brides get the look they want at a price that puts a smile on their face, instead of a considerable dent in their wedding budget. The veil collection launched in Vancouver this spring and we are excited to share it with the rest of our Canadian brides. We are thrilled that brides have been very excited about the veil collection, mostly thanks to the fact that a veil is absolutely an accessory that you will rarely, if ever, find another occasion to wear."