The official car is approaching the door of the Church, are just a few minutes to the start of the ceremony and through the window can appreciate the first details of the styling of the Princess: the veil, jewelry and makeup.
This is one of the expected real links and more magical moments; When the wedding dress and the sketch of the same, that takes months appearing in the media, becomes reality.
When we talk about Royal Weddings the first question and that creates more excitement is the of: which designer receive the honor to dress the Princess? There are always rumors and speculations about how you dress, who will design and what the bride will complement it. In the majority of cases is not up to the day of the ceremony when it uncovers the unknown.
This is one of the moments with more significance of wedding: when the bride leaves the official car and the public can admire her dress for the first time in detail, and the artifice of it is revealed. In the majority of cases it is usually choose a national designer: Kate Middleton married in 2011 the Prince Guillermo de Cambridge, dressed by the British firm Alexander McQueen and the design was the work of its Creative Director, Sarah Burton. The Danish designer Uffe Frank was the author of the spectacular dress the Princess Mary Donaldson, which needed 8 metres of lace and satin 24. The Spanish designer Manuel Pertegaz, received the most important work of his career when the now Queen of Spain commissioned him to your wedding dress. There are princesses also committed to a firm renowned for the occasion, as in the case of Maxima of Holland, Madeleine of Sweden and Charlene Wittstock; all three opted for an Italian House. In honor of the upcoming marriage link which will be held on June 13 by the Swedish Royal House.
The importance of small details
One of the most important elements of dress and bride often memorialized is its tail: This complements not only him, but it also must adapt to the link location and demands of the bride. The most extensive so far, real queue has been one of Charlene of Monaco, it was 20 meters and it is fused fabric dress with silk veil;something that made it impossible for him to walk naturally and that the public could appreciate.
It should be noted that none of the 10 brides appearing in this compendium wore a dress with strapless neckline and most used details made with lace and embroidery to characterize the dress. While a early year 2000 got attention in the cleavage and that is where was the element of surprise of the design.
When we talk about Royal Weddings, should bear in mind that they are religious links, therefore the designer should take its demands to brand creation Protocol. Arms must be covered and neck may not be greatly exaggerated or provocative. Designers have to adapt their creativity to the seasons and exclusive locations where links are held. As it is the case of the wedding of Mathilde of Belgium, decided to marry in December and therefore the Belgian designer Edouard Vermeulen complemented the simple dress with an elegant layer like showing on Physicscat.