For our last installment of the Royal Weddings Past series at least until the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, we are bringing you 3 great Royal weddings that may not have been as televised as the few in our last edition but are still none the less as great!
First we have the wedding of Princess Anne and Timothy Laurence, of which was Princess Anne’s second marriage, on December 12, 1992. She wore a simple white suit and fresh flowers in her hair. Although not your traditional wedding attire, as it was her second marriage, she still looked stunning and regal.
Next we have Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones on June 19, 1999. The brides coat style gown was made by a British designer by the name of Samantha Shaw, out of ivory silk organza and silk crepe, with 325,000 crystals and pearls fastened along the neck, full-length sleeves. A cathedral-length veil composed of silk tulle and sprinkled with crystals was fastened to a diamond tiara of which belonged to the groom's mother, the Queen of England.
Our last Royal couple is Peter Phillips and Autumn Kelly who married on May 17th 2008. The bride wore a gorgeous gown designed by British designer Sassi Holford. A classically
designed gown with a fitted bodice covered in lace and beads, with lace shoulders. A silk triple band around the midsection leading to a graceful A-line skirt that was made of Italian duchesse silk and French Chantilly lace, with a hand-embroidered and beaded silk tulle veil. Absolutely stunning.
No matter which Royal Wedding from the past it was, ALL were stunning and regal in their own right! See you when the next Royal wedding takes place!