Have you ever dreamed about having that fairytale wedding? We bet that yes, almost all young girls dream about having a dreamy princess wedding. These royal brides made that dream a reality and here are the pictures to show these brides wearing royal princess wedding dresses and floating down the aisle as guests stand in awe of such unparalleled dignity and grace. Take a look at these gorgeous royal brides in their stunning royal wedding gowns. Here are 9 of the most beautiful princess wedding dresses from these true fairytale weddings.
Duchess of Sussex
When Meghan Markle got married to Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, in 2018, she wore a beautiful bateau-neck gown. This was one of the royal bride’s dresses created by Clare Waight Keller, a British designer for Givenchy. Waight Keller is the first woman designer for Givenchy and did an excellent job on Meghan’s royal gown.
Queen of Spain
In 2014 when Queen Letizia Ortiz wedded King Felipe she wore a stunning gown fit only for a queen. Her wedding gown was a design by designer Manuel Pertegaz. It is made of silk and the beauteous threading is made of precious metals. The most stunning feature of royal wedding dresses like these is often the train, and Queen’s gown had a gorgeous train of 15 feet to follow her down the aisle.
Duchess of Cambridge
Kate Middleton wed William, Duke of Cambridge in a beautiful summer ceremony. They wed at the historic Westminster Abbey. Duchess Kate’s royal bridal gown was designed by designer Sarah Burton for the magnificent Alexander McQueen. The princess wedding dress had a corset top inspired by the Victorian era, lacy long sleeves, and a collar made of delicate lace.
Princess of Monaco
Charlene Wittstock, Princess of Monaco got married to Albert II in the summer of 2011 in a beautiful palace. Princess Charlene wore a brilliant Armani gown which featured a dazzling off-the-shoulder bodice and glistening embroidery containing forty thousand gemstones, twenty thousand mother of pearl beads, and thirty thousand pieces of gold.
Queen of Bhutan
This Queen, Jetsun Pema of Bhutan, got married in a rainbow Bhutanese Kira. Her wedding, an event that stretched over three days, was a beautiful celebration during which she wore many Bhutanese royal bride’s dresses.
Queen of England
Then-Princess Elizabeth was married to Prince Philip in 1947 at the place where many royal princess wedding dresses are seen: Westminster Abbey. Designed by Norman Hartnell, her royal gown had long sleeves and a stunning elaborate veil.
Queen of Lesotho
Anna Karabo Motšoeneng married King Letsie III in a beautiful full-skirted dress with long sleeves and accents of lace. Her long veil was faceted on to a beautiful queenly crown as she walked down the aisle to marry her King. Anna is the first person of non-royal lineage to marry royalty in Lesotho.
Princess of Brunei
Dayangku Sarah binti Pengiran Salleh, bride to Prince Haji Al-Muhtadee Billah wore a deep blue wedding dress in the popular Bruneise weaving pattern Jong Sarat. The gold in the thread used for weaving and the depth of the blue of the royal brides’ dresses signified the regality and royalty of the Princess bridal gown.
Princess of Ethiopia
In 2017 Arina Austin, who was born in the United States, married Prince Yoel of Ethiopia. Prince Yoel is the great-grandson of the last emperor of Ethiopia. During their wedding celebration which lasted a whole week, The royal bride wore an ivory Lazaro princess wedding gown with a full plushy skirt and a very long train.
I hope you enjoyed this list of 9 royal wedding dresses and princess bride dresses! Maybe with inspiration for your future wedding from these lovely Queens and Princesses, you can have your very own fairytale wedding with a beautiful dress that will make you feel and look like a princess.