Does this work perfectly?It’s probably more usual to state what something is embellished with, but it’s also okay to use the verb intransitively. The writer is clearly not a professional, or they would never have repeated beautiful/beautifully like that.
So this is unnatural? :Whatever the veil was embellished with - beads, lace, beads and lace, embroidery, ...
The point is that someone is much more likely to say the more specific thing - a beaded veil, a lace veil, etc - so there won't be that many hits for "embellished veil".
I found lots of results when I Googled it: About 21,500,000 results (0.43 seconds)Hello to all,
Can a bridal veil be embellished? Because when I googled it not a lot of results returned.
Is this correct? :
The bride was wearing a dress which was beautifully embroidered. The bridal veil was also embellished.