The primary concern for short-haired brides who want to wear a veil is how they will keep the veil from slipping out. Because most veils attach to the head via a hair comb, having less hair can make it more difficult to keep the veil in. However, it is definitely possible to wear a veil if you have short hair. All it takes is a little creativity and an open mind. It may help to speak to your hair stylist who will be doing your hair for your wedding. Chances are good they have had prior experience with short-haired brides and can use that experience to make suggestions to you. If you have time, you may want to grow your hair a little longer to make it easier to attach your veil. If you don't have time or prefer to keep your hair short, you can still attach a veil with a little creativity. If your hair is chin length, you can have your stylist take it back at the crown and sides, and attach the veil that way. The key is to create an "anchor" to which the comb can be securely attached. If your hair is very short, your best option may be to wear a wreath-style veil. These sit on top of your head regardless of the length of your hair. Bear in mind, too, that if you have short hair you should choose a shorter veil.