Who doesn’t love anything or everything royal?? We do! This blog is dedicated to all things royal, wedding gowns, that is! All the way from the 1800s to today with the beautiful reigning Princess Kate, we’ve got them all!
It wouldn’t be a wedding like today without Queen Victoria. She started it all with the traditional look brides wear now, white dress, veil, bridesmaids, flower girls. It all started here on February 10, 1840.
Princess Mary of Teck wed King George V in 1893. During this time period, brides switched from opulent gowns of silver and gold embroidery to more simple white gowns.
The Duchess of Windsor married in 1937. She wore a Mainbocher gown which is now regarded as an art piece in the MET.
Queen Elizabeth was stunning on her wedding day in 1947. She wore a gown from Hartnell who took his inspiration from a Botticelli painting.
Grace Kelly married Prince Rainier of Monaco becoming the new princess of Monaco in 1956. Her gown was designed by MGM costume designer Helen Rose.
Princess Diana and Prince Charles. The puffy sleeves may be out but how could we forget that iconic train? Her gorgeous gown was designed by David and Elizabeth Emmanuel.
This may be a princess you don’t remember but her gown was stunning! Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece wore Valentino to her wedding in 1995. Love that sheer neckline!
Princess Letiza of Spain wed Prince Felipe in May 2004 wearing Manuel Pertegaz.
The whole info about the wedding gowns from past to present is placed here. There’s really a great change in the styles of gowns. Their styles are changing continuously.