What are your favourite royal wedding dresses? Here are ours…
What could be more fun than having a good look at the most gorgeous royal wedding dresses? We’ve rounded up our top ten favourites and would love which one you love the most.Disclaimer: We didn’t include the gowns of Lady Diana Spencer or Sarah Ferguson, just because…well, we just couldn’t imagine wearing either. In our opinion, the dresses that made the cut are still timeless and gorgeous so they made the cut.
If you disagree with our choices, please add your vote to the poll and sound off in the comments! All right, let’s get started:
10. Lady Sarah Chatto, London, July 1994
It feels wrong to have this gorgeous dress down at the end of the list but someone had to be #10. Lady Sarah Chatto (nee Armstrong-Jones) is the late Princess Margaret’s daughter and therefore the Queen’s niece. She was also one of Princess Diana’s bridesmaids in 1981. When we first saw pictures of Sarah in this Jasper Conran designed dress back in 1994, it just seemed so ladylike and perfect. 17 years later it still looks timeless. We love the square neck, sheer sleeves, and drape of the fabric. And how lovely are the matching bridesmaids dresses? the corsetry and fastenings up the back are stunning.
9. Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon, London, 1960
And here we have another winter wedding! This dress is seasonally appropriate and gorgeous in its simplicity. The gown was designed by none other than Valentino himself. We just love the length of the sleeves, the upturned neck, and how the skirt just grazes the floor just so. Because the dress is so simple, Maxima could really add a lot of style with the ornate veil and tiara. Love.
5. Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, May 2004
Here is another simple but totally gorgeous gown. The Dress was designed by Danish designer Uffe Frank and must have taken quite a lot of time to get just right. The rounded neckline and sleeve length are so flattering, and the folds of the skirt adds some drama and visual interest. Fun fact: in a nod to her Australian heritage, Mary’s bouquet included Australian eucalyptus.
4. Crown Princess Letizia of Spain, Madrid, May 2004