Princess Diana Wedding

April 29, 2011 by Post Team 

Princess Diana WeddingPrincess Diana Wedding, While the world waits to see the wedding dress of Kate Middleton, Eyewitness News reminisces about Princess Diana. it is very arguably the most famous wedding dress of modern times Princess Diana’s dress was 40 feet of ivory silk taffeta and antique lace.
It was covered with 10,000 hand-sewn pearls, and who could forget the 25-foot long cathedral train.

“I sewed on the dress because I had a nightmare that the train can drop down the aisle,” said Elizabeth Emanuel.

Elizabeth and David Emanuel, who was married then, were the creative force behind the robe of the century.

In 1981 young designers were little known that marked the work of a lifetime.

However, came with the pressure than ever could have imagined.

“We knew it would be very stressful, especially with the world’s eyes upon us. And that exceeded our expectations,” said Elizabeth Emanuel.

“We read in the press that this would be the dress of the century, and I bagels,” said David Emanuel.

For months they were forced to work in secret.

Security personnel guarded the dress day and night.

“Even journalists were dug in the trash &”, told Eyewitness News.

“That is correct. We used to go to different types of fabric and threads, which put off the track,” said Elizabeth Emanuel.

And if a picture of the dress was filtered out, there was another dress waiting in the wings.

Wedding Day Diana Emanuel year was a whirlwind, a life-changing event.

However, it was a phone call at the end of that historic day for them was the biggest pay.

“I was to the exclusion of the study, which was 6 pm when the phone rang.” Hello? Diana just wanted to say thank you very much. I loved it and Prince Charles was delighted, and for me that was the icing on the cake “said David Emanuel.

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