Friday, April 29, 2011

Kate Middleton's wedding dress

Catherine Middleton's much-anticipated wedding dress was designed by Sarah Burton, creative director for Alexander McQueen. According to the official royal wedding website, "Miss Middleton worked closely with Sarah Burton in formulating the design of her dress."

The dress, made of ivory and white satin gazar, features English lace and French Chantilly lace throughout the bodice and skirt. The bride also wore a veil of ivory silk tulle held in place by a Cartier "halo" tiara borrowed from the Queen.

All of these details came from the official wedding site. Go here to learn more about Kate Middleton's attire, jewelry, and bouquet, as well as the bridesmaids' dresses and page uniforms.

Catherine Middleton

Photo © Press Association. Photo source: The British Monarchy

Text © World of Royalty


Unknown said...

Wasn't that dress AMAZING??? She looked absolutely stunning, breathtaking! Hats off to Sarah Burton.

Love the blog btw! x

Vyankatesh said...

It was interesting to watch a royal wedding in London, with Prince William getting married to Kate Middleton - eagerly watched by two billion people.

Catch my thoughts at A Royal Wedding For Kate And William

Marilyn Braun said...

Thanks Simon!

Yes that dress was truly stunning. An absolute work of art. Kate showed such good taste and restraint in her choice. Looking back, many years from now, Kate's dress will hold up much better in photographs than Diana's does.

kim23 said...

Kate Middleton's wedding dress was absolutely charming! She looked very beautiful and amazing in this gown! I also liked her veil of ivory silk! Sarah Burton is a great and professional designer! nice blog, Marilyn!