Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament- Detroit, Michigan
Cathedral of Saint Paul- St. Paul, Minnesota
Sacred Heart Catholic Church- Tampa, Florida
Saint Sophia Cathedral- Los Angeles, California
Christ the King- Atlanta, Georgia
Cathedral of the Holy Cross- Boston, Massachusetts
St. Helena Catholic Church- St. Helena, California
St. Mary of the Angels- Chicago, Illinois
Christ Cathedral Church- Houston, Texas
Grace Cathedral- San Francisco, California
Wayfarers Chapel- Palos Verdes, CA
About me: In 2010, while shopping for my bridal gown, I quickly realized that bridal stores had a very small selection (or none!) of lace mantilla veils. I ended up getting my veil from Spain and after all the compliments I received on my wedding day about my veil, I knew I had to bring these beautiful, authentic, quality, Spanish-made veils to brides in the US. My husband and I planned the whole business on the plane during our honeymoon! Today, we carry a large selection online of mantilla veils and have been featured in many bridal blogs and magazines. Read more about our story here.
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