Kate’s Wedding Dress

April 29, 2011 by Post Team 

Kate’s Wedding Dress, Kate Middleton Wedding Dress Royal Wedding is an ivory dress with floral applique lace accents designed by Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen.

Gazar ivory and white satin, the skirt is like “a flower that opens” with white satin bows and folds gazar. And Kate bridal flowers contain an emotional tribute to her husband to be – your bouquet includes sweet William.

The dress beautiful and intricate trains only two meters 70 centimeters – modest compared with many previous royal brides. The train and bodice are decorated with delicate floral lace appliques, handmade using the technique of Carrickmacross lace, which originated in Ireland in the 1820′s.

St. James’s Palace said the bride chose Alexander McQueen British brand for the “beauty of her craft” and “respect for the traditional labor and technical construction of clothing.”

Kate worked in close collaboration with Burton, which is much speculation that has won the coveted job of creating the wedding dress historical in design.

“She had a vision in mind that wanted to support the Arts and Crafts tradition,” said St. James Palace.

The Arts and Crafts tradition advocated truth to materials and traditional craftsmanship with simple shapes and colors often-romantic decoration.

The design incorporates lace dress rose, thistle, daffodil and shamrock – the four floral emblems of the United Kingdom. The soon to be Duchess of Cambridge, who usually wears her hair thoroughly, select a “Demi bun” for their wedding day instead.

Her tiara – the little known 1936 Cartier “halo” – was her “something borrowed” and was given to the bride by the Queen, a tradition of royal weddings. The veil that falls just below the waist is made of layers of soft tulle, ivory silk and decorated with a cut hand-embroidered flowers.

The dress top secret, that up to two million people watching around the world were waiting to see, has sleeves – appropriate for a religious wedding holy around Westminster Abbey.

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