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Bridal Gallery

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Choose from 282 pictures in our Bridal collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Tatler front cover of Duchess of Kent in her wedding gown Featured Print

Tatler front cover of Duchess of Kent in her wedding gown

H.R.H The Duchess of Kent, formerly Princess Marina of Greece, pictured in her wedding dress of white and silver floral brocade designed by Captain Edward Molyneux. She achieved the distinction of being the first royal bride to wear a streamlined wedding dress, which swept from the shoulders in a curve to the train at the back of the dress. The waistline was eliminated because it would have interrupted the curve, with the high draped neckline and long, widening sleeves with cuffs of silver lame adding to the effect. Date: 1934

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10499591

Wedding of Oswald Mosley and Cynthia Curzon Featured Print

Wedding of Oswald Mosley and Cynthia Curzon

Wedding of Lady Cynthia Curzon and Oswald Mosley in 11 May 1920, as reported in The Sphere magazine. The left picture shows the bride leaving Carlton House Terrace with her father, Lord Curzon, for the Chapel Royal, St. James's. Middle photograph shows Cimmie posing in her wedding gown. According to The Sphere, 'The corsage of the gown is severely simple. The tight-fitting sleeves reach almost to the finger-tips and the drapery of the skirt is held in position by a long trailing sheaf of arum lilies.' The gown was designed by Captain Edward Molyneux. Right hand picture shows the bride and bridegroom after the ceremony outside the residence of Lord Curzon at Carlton House Terrace where 'the brilliant reception was held.' Date: 1920

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Admetus In The Bridal Chamber Featured Print

Admetus In The Bridal Chamber

Engraving depicting Admetus, king of Pherae in Thessaly, who - in Greek mythology - saves his wife, Alcestis, from a bridal chamber filled with snakes, placed there by the goddess Artemis, circa 1200 BC. (Photo by Kean Collection/Getty Images)

© 2011 Getty Images

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