The Royal Wedding Dresses of Autumn Kelly and Zara Phillips

The Royal Wedding Dresses of Autumn Kelly and Zara Phillips

Royal wedding dresses aren’t just about what the bride wants to wear. While the woman in white has a big say in the design, her dream dress also has to fit the rather regal occasion which will see her and her intended say ‘I do’.

Autumn Kelly and Zara Phillipsboth had plenty of pressure on them to come up with impressive royal wedding looks even if their celebrations were more low key than the…

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The Wedding Dress of the Countess of Wessex

The Wedding Dress of the Countess of Wessex

If ever a royal wedding dress summed up its wearer, it was the gown chosen by Sophie Rhys-Jones for her marriage to Prince Edward on 19 June 1999 at St George’s Chapel, Windsor. Subtle, elegant and classic, this was the final Windsor bridal dress of the 20th century and it saw in a new era with style.

Sophie and Edward’s big daymight have been a modern marriage but it had an air of the medieval…

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The Wedding Dress of Diana, Princess of Wales

The Wedding Dress of Diana, Princess of Wales

It is perhaps the most famous royal wedding dress of them all. The gown worn by Lady Diana Spencer for her marriage to Prince Charles, Prince of Wales on July 29th, 1981 at St Paul’s Cathedralhas its special place in royal history. Designed by David and Elizabeth Emanual, it came to symbolise the fairytale wedding that hundreds of millions of people around the world tuned in to watch. The ending…

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The Wedding Dress of Sarah, Duchess of York

The Wedding Dress of Sarah, Duchess of York

It was filled with special symbolism for the bride and groom and became a popular favourite, too.  The dress worn by the then Sarah Ferguson for her marriage to Prince Andrew on July 23rd 1986 at Westminster Abbey is still one of the most talked about royal weddings gowns of modern times and it’s more than stood the test of time.

The bride called it ”the most flattering gown ever” and there’s no…

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Royal Wedding Dresses: The Kent Brides

Royal Wedding Dresses: The Kent Brides

TThe modern brides of the House of Kent have all made history with their royal marriages in one way or another and the gowns they wore on their big day are certainly memorable. Two took centre stage in some of the most ancient churches in England while another was worn at a very modern marriage hundreds of miles from home. They share an air of romance while having striking features all of their…

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The Wedding Dresses of Princess Anne

The Wedding Dresses of Princess Anne

Princess Anne, the Princess Royal, was the first of the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh’s children to wed and she was also the first to contract a second marriage. For both ceremonies, she chose striking outfits which would take their own places in royal wedding history.

Anne’s First Wedding Dress

All modern royal brides have an input into the design of their dress and, as you would expect from a…

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The Wedding Dress of Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon

Some royal wedding dresses stand the test of time, others are always very much of the era they were worn but some are such instant hits that they take on a fame all of their own. The gown worn by the Queen’s only sister, Princess Margaret, for her wedding to photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones on 6 May 1960 at Westminster Abbey is definitely an outfit with its own place in history. Margaret’s…

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