Royal Adorable Wedding Dresses Through The Years #Royalty

Known for their subtle Elegance and Majestic style statement, Royal Adorable Wedding Dresses Through The Years #Royalty has influenced and inspired many wedding fashion trends.

Royal Adorable Wedding Dresses Through The Years (Royal Adorable Wedding Dress)
Royal Adorable Wedding Dresses Through The Years


Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, 1947 (Royal Adorable Wedding Dress)
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, 1947
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, 1947

Queen Elizabeth II's wedding day was on Nov. 20, at Westminster Abbey in London, England.

Her dressmaker Norman Hartnell had the honor of designing the ivory duchess satin gown adorned with crystals, 10,000 tiny pearls, and appliqué tulle embroidery.

The 13-foot-long (four meters) tulle train was embroidered with pearls and crystals as well as appliqué duchess satin; it was inspired by Botticelli's 1482 painting "Primavera" and was symbolic of rebirth and growth after World War II.


Monaco's Prince Rainier III and Grace Kelly, 1956 (Royal Adorable Wedding Dress)
Monaco's Prince Rainier III and Grace Kelly, 1956
Monaco's Prince Rainier III and Grace Kelly, 1956

MGM wardrobe designer Helen Rose created Kelly's gown for the April 19 wedding.

The dress featured a full skirt of ivory peau de soie, a fitted bodice made of Brussels lace and embroidered with seed pearls, and the veil adorned with lace lovebirds.

The gown remains one of the most celebrated royal wedding dresses in history.


Britain's Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1960 (Royal Adorable Wedding Dress)
Britain's Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1960
Britain's Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1960

Queen Elizabeth II's younger sister, Princess Margaret, wed on May 6 in the world's first televised royal wedding.
She chose a simple gown by her favorite designer Norman Hartnell for the occasion.

The bride wore a white silk organza dress with a short train, a Claude St Cyr of Paris veil and the Poltimore Tiara, purchased at an auction in 1959.


Beatrix of the Netherlands and Prince Claus, 1966 (Royal Adorable Wedding Dress)
Beatrix of the Netherlands and Prince Claus, 1966
Beatrix of the Netherlands and Prince Claus, 1966

With the help of designer Caroline Bergé-Farwick of Maison Linette, the then Crown Princess of the Netherlands designed her own gown for the March 10 wedding.

A simple square neckline gown with the slim skirt, the highlight of the ensemble was the grand Württemberg Tiara. With a 16-foot-long (4.8 meters) train and tulle veil, every inch of the all-white satin gown was royalty personified.


Britain's Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales, 1981 (Royal Adorable Wedding Dress)
Britain's Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales, 1981
Britain's Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales, 1981

During her marriage to Prince Charles on July 29, Diana wore a silk taffeta gown designed by Elizabeth and David Emanuel — complete with enormous puff sleeves, 10,000 hand-stitched pearls, and a record-breaking 25-foot-long (7.6 meters) train.





















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