Our 5 Favorite Royal Wedding Gowns.
There is so much love in the air after the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Megan Markle. Its a perfect time to look back on our top five favorite royal wedding gowns. BravoBride is here to help every bride feel like a princess on their special day.
Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge
The Victorian-inspired wedding dress was designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. Burton used Carrickmacross lace technique to design individual roses, thistle, daffodils, and shamrock for her silk tulle.
The Queen let Kate Middleton borrow the Cartier Halo tiara to hold her handcrafted veil in place. The tiara was purchased by King George VI in 1936 and the Lovers Knot element to her wedding. Check our BravoBride for information on our new Pearl Dangle Drop Crystal Tiara.
Megan Markle, Duchess of Sussex
The wedding dress was designed by the British fashion designer Clare Keller, artistic director of the fashion house Givenchy. Her veil is embroidered with flowers she selected and flowers representing the state of California. Her dress conveyed a minimalist and elegant aesthetic. A piece her blue dress from her first date with Prince Harry was stitched into the dress to continue the Lovers Knot tradition.
Victoria Westling, Princess of Sweden
Princess Victoria designed an elegant off-the-shoulder gown that featured a long five meter embroidered train. Her dress is a cream colored, silk satin and v-shape design. The dress emphasized her waist and perfect for a church wedding.
Off the shoulder dresses are This Falls Top Wedding Dress Trend. Of course, this beautiful dress made our top five wedding dress Gowns.
Stéphanie Hereditiary, Duchess of Luxembourg
The dress is a custom Elie Saab couture gown. It has an A-line ivory color with a little bit of a mermaid skirt. The boat neckline and three-quarter lace sleeves show a little bit of her back. The whole gown is embroidered in silver thread, beads, and pearls. Mr. Saab designed the wedding dress for a princess.
Diana, Princess of Wales
Princess Dianna wedding dress was a complete mystery until the day of her wedding. It is declared the most guarded secret in fashion history. Her dress was intricately embroidered with sequins, lace, and 10,000 pearls. Talk about glamour and style!
She stuck with the tradition of wearing something old, new, borrowed. Her antique lace gown is “something old” because the lace on the dress dates back to the Queen Mary. Her elegant vail attached to her tiara measured at 153-yards.
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