The Duchess of Cambridge’s elaborately beautified wedding dress established a blissful welcome. Kate sought for a dress with present and of historical value with a modern-day sense.
The wedding dress has a string of lace designs together with rose, thistle, daffodil and shamrock to signify England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. All motifs, various as small as five pence piece, were applied with small stitches every two to three millimeters.
The veil which was prepared of coated soft, ivory silk tulle with a tidy of hand-embroidered by the royal School of Needlework. The 1936 Cartier halo was provided to the bride by the Queen, while Kate’s diamond earrings were specially made by the Middleton family as special gift to the bride from her parents. The bodice, tapering at the waist and padded at the hips, is a trademark of McQueen’s designs. Kate shoes were made of satin with hand embroidered.
This wedding dress is truly exciting; Kate is stunning with classic beauty to complement with the dress. I definitely give credit to Kate for making the right decision on choosing traditional wedding dress. The technical side of it is wonderful. Workmanship undeniably stands out through and I’m delighted she chose such a top skilled couturier, someone who knows the true skills.