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Royal Wedding Dresses Gallery

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Choose from 30 pictures in our Royal Wedding Dresses 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. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Mary Evans Prints Online.

Royal Wedding 1919 -- Princess Patricia of Connaught Featured Royal Wedding Dresses Print

Royal Wedding 1919 -- Princess Patricia of Connaught

Princess Patricia of Connaught's wedding dress (left), and the dresses of the elder and younger bridesmaids. She married Commander Alexander Ramsay RN on 27 February 1919. Her dress was in Venetian style, made of white broche panne on an underdress of silver lace, and the train was made of rich cloth of silver, embroidered with a lily design. The bridesmaids' dresses were in love-in-the-mist blue georgette over blue satin. All of the dresses were by Messrs Revill and Rossiter. On her marriage Princess Patricia, a granddaughter of Queen Victoria, relinquished her royal title and became Lady Patricia Ramsay. Date: March 1919

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Royal Wedding 1947 - bride and bridesmaid dresses Featured Royal Wedding Dresses Print

Royal Wedding 1947 - bride and bridesmaid dresses

Illustration of the wedding dress worn by Princess Elizabeth for her marriage to Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten on 20 November 1947 at Westminster Abbey. The gown, designed by Norman Hartnell was of ivory satin gleaming with hand embroidery representing garlands of York roses entwined with ears of corn. Motifs of applique tulle outlined with pearl and crystal formed a border for the billowing skirt and a train of ethereal tulle, splendidly embroidered, fell from the shoulders under the cloudy folds of the veil. Her shoes were of ivory satin while her attendants wore satin shoes piped wtih silver kid. The bridesmaid dresses, also by Hartnell, were modelled on the Winterhalter portraits hanging in Buckingham Palace and were of diaphanous ivory silk tulle with softly moulded bodices foaming from the waistline into a swirl of tulle scattered with clusters of syringa in applique satin embroidered with a motif which repeated that of the bridal train. A deep fichu of pearl spotted tulle bordered with applique satin syringa swathed the shoulders. Date: 1947

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