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The Most Iconic Princess Wedding Dresses

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Royalty brides always trigger expectancy and excitement. The biggest suspense revolves around their wedding dress. Their entrance is a fairytale scene which results in the most awaited fashion moment of the year. From Princess Diana to Meghan Markle, the world still paints the ladies’ elegance and glamour while walking towards their prince.


Here is a retrospective of the most iconic royal wedding dresses that will be forever in style. Galia Lahav walks you through those timeless looks for you to be the princess of your dreams on your big day.

1956: Princess Grace Kelly of Monaco

Just like Grace Kelly’s wedding dress, our Corina Couture gown sports the same sweetheart, long lace sleeves and full skirt resulting in the ultimate fairy princess look.

1981: Princess Diana of Wales

Princess Diana’s gown was deemed the “most closely guarded secret in fashion history”. With its Victorian mouton sleeves and V neckline, the royal Charlie is a laced version of Lady D’s wedding dress.

1993: Princess Masako of Japan

Ruffled neckline and sheer ball gown link our Casablanca Lily to Princess Masako’s Ivory duchess satin dress. The floral motives will add a touch of exoticism to your royal elegant gown.

2010: Princess Victoria of Sweden

Simple yet extremely elegant, Princess Victoria of Sweden entered the church in a divine silk satin dress.

The delicacy and bateau neckline of our Alexandra gown is the perfect fit to be classy and inspire royalty on your big day.

2011: Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge

With its victorian-inspired corsetry, long sleeves, and a delicate lace flower collar, Kate Middleton’s dress turned the fashion world upside down with international press covering her royal entrance. Retrieving features from this iconic gown, our entirely embroidered Estelle will dress you like royalty with a glimpse of extra glamour.  

2012: Countess Stephanie of Luxembourg

Countess Stephanie’s dress sported a 13-foot train,  embellished with 50,000 pearls and 80,000 transparent crystals. With her long sleeves and fine embroidered lace, the stunning Penelope embrace perfectly you body with charm and elegance.

2013: Princess Madeleine of Sweden

Madeleine’s gown had a wide neckline, short sleeves, a deep-cut back, and an emphasised waist. The dress was made from pleated silk organza with Chantilly lace. Our Gala-202 is a 2.0 royal wedding gown, modernised by its shape and lace pattern.  

2015: Princess Sofia of Sweden

An A-line silhouette, an open V-neck neckline, and an empire waist, including handmade lace, Princess Sofia’s wedding gown amazing the press around the world. Mastering a delicate lace work and sexy cut, our G-209 dress will show the princess in you.  

2018: Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex

With its bateau neckline and three-quarter sleeves in a pure white color, Meghan Markle’s wedding dress was the most mediatic outfit of 2018. Our Juniper resumes the Duchess of Cambridge’s gown while adding a touch of boho style.


By Annaelle Beenstock

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Annaelle Beenstock | July 9, 2019

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