Wedding is everyone’s dream, while one
piece of beautiful wedding dress is every bride’s dream. I want say Queen Kate
Middleton’s bridal dress more than a dream. Now let us see this dress in
dress details a rose, thistle, daffodil and shamrock to represent each nation
of the UK. It designed by Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen, it has a lace
appliqué bodice and skirt, and veil. The bride wore her hair down, with a
Burton said creating the royal wedding dress had been the "experience of a
lifetime". Prince William wore the uniform of colonel of the Irish Guards,
as well as his Royal Air Force wings. The lace on the bride's dress details a
rose, thistle, daffodil and shamrock, and was hand-made by the Royal School of
Needlework at Hampton Court Palace. The bridal train measures 2m 70cm, and
along with the lace, all other fabrics used in the creation of the dress were
sourced from and supplied by British companies. Kate Middleton is the perfect
Grace Kelly princess bride”
lace motifs were pinned, "framed up" and applied with stab stitching
every 2mm to 3mm around each lace motif.
Workers washed their hands every 30
minutes to keep the lace and threads pristine, and the needles were renewed
every three hours, to keep them sharp and clean.
The veil was held in place by a Cartier
"halo" tiara, lent to Miss Middleton by the Queen.
After the wedding ceremony finished,
people start talking about this wedding dress. Someone say “I love it”; “it’s
nice, but not what I expected”; while others say “can’t stand it” or “it’s just
so so”. Whatever we bless this couple, and we always expecting ourselves
wedding and wedding dress, isn’t it?