The results of a combined experimental and numerical study on droplet behavior within an electrohydrodynamic fine spray are presented. Experiments were conducted specifically to characterize the motion of droplets within the spray. Light-sheet visualizations and measurements of droplet speed and velocity using laser-based, single-particle counters were obtained. Additionally, a numerical simulation of the droplet motion within the spray was made and compared to the experimental results. The electrohydrodynamic fine spray of ethanol droplets (~1 to 40 µm diameter) was generated using a typical capillary-plate configuration, with a capillary tip electric field intensity of ~ 106 V/m.