First the Great Unveiling... and then a collective gasp: With a plunging neckline and lots of lace, the gown was a timeless triumph
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The Wedding Dress - Queen Béatrix of the Netherlands _
Queen Béatrix of the Netherlands
Princess Margaret's wedding dress was designed by Norman Hartnell, the favoured couturier of the royals and was made from silk organza, and a skirt made from some 33 yards of fabric. Hartnell specifically kept the adornments of the dress such as the crystal embellishments & beading to a minimum in order to suit Margaret's petite frame She was a beautiful bride! The dress now belongs to the British Royal Collection and is part of a display of royal wedding dresses at Kensington Palace in…
History Wedding Dress -Lady Elizabeth Bowes Lyon _ Queen of England
On this day 26th April,1923 the marriage of Lady Elizabeth Bowes Lyon (later the 'Queen Mother') to the Duke of York (later King George VI) at Westminster Abbey in London. It was the first royal wedding in the Abbey since 1383 B. Lowe
mariage du prince Charles de Galles et de Diana Spencer à la Cathédrale Saint-Paul de Londres le 29 juillet 1981.
01.07.1972 : mariage de la princesse Maria da Gloria d'Orléans-Bragance et du prince Alexandre de Yougoslavie
Princesse Mafalda de Savoie(1925)
Tresses de mariées
Elizabeth Taylor optait pour une tresse haute, piquée de jacinthes romaines et de muguet , pour son mariage avec Richard Burton en 1964. http://www.vogue.fr/mariage/beaute/diaporama/tresses-de-maries-coiffures-mariage/22472#elizabeth-taylor-optait-pour-une-tresse-haute-pique-de-jacinthes-romaines-et-de-muguet-pour-son-mariage-avec-richard-burton-en-1964
Amazing behind-the-scenes pictures of the 1981 royal wedding
Whispering words of encouragement to her five-year-old bridesmaid, Diana, Princess of Wales, looks resplendent in her wedding dress as she carries the young girl through the grand rooms of Buckingham Palace. At her side is Queen, who just moments earlier had become her mother-in-law when she married Charles, the Prince of Wales, in a ceremony held at St Paul's Cathedral. The scene, striking in its intimacy and candidness.