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ROYAL BRIDES AND THEIR GOWNS

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ROYAL BRIDES AND THEIR GOWNS

When it comes to a royal wedding the dress of the bride gains the maximum attention. The wedding dress of the royal brides is in the spotlight and we sure do not miss out on the details. The dress designer gains popularity, without any doubt. Let`s take a look at some of the royal brides and their wedding gown which is something one should not miss out talking about.

First on our list is Princess Maxima of Netherlands who married her royal love on February, 2002. The royal brides wore a beautiful white valentine dress. The dress was a Valentino couture long-sleeved ivory gown. The gown had embroidery of flowers. The gown also had train inset with beautiful flowers. The gown looked even more stunning on Princess Maxima with a tiara and a cascading arrangement of white roses as her bouquet.

 

Married in 2008, with yet another stunning wedding gown had been Autumn Kelly. The bride was a Canadian who was reported to have spent a fortune on her wedding gown. She wore an ivory duchess satin dress. The dress was estimated to have cost £2,000. The dress was complimented with details which included, a lace bolero and cathedral tail. She also wore a beautiful tiara.

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If we are talking about royal weddings and the royal wedding gowns, it is Princess Diana who we can never miss out. The wedding gown of Princess Diana was designed by David Emanuel. It is stated that Diana had multiple visits with her dress designer. She also took her mother to one of the visits. Moreover, the designer also tore apart the sketch of the dress to make sure the dress is not disclosed.

The wedding gown was absolutely stunning. It was made out of ivory silk taffeta and antique lace. It also had a massive train which was around 25 feet long.

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Wedding gowns of royal brides stay in the spotlight long after the wedding. Designers continue to copy details of the royal weddings gowns because brides love them.

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