Audrey Hepburn was a much beloved actress, both on-screen and in real life. She became a film and fashion icon shortly after entering the world of Hollywood. Because of this, she had many admirers who tried to win her heart, and two that won her hand.Continue reading “Iconic Wedding Dresses: Audrey Hepburn”
As much as the country goes crazy for a celebrity wedding, there is one type of nuptials that gets even more attention: a royal wedding. The British Royal Family are not only known around the world but are also pretty universally liked. The weddings of Queen Elizabeth II’s grandchildren have received great attention in Europe and America.Continue reading “A Royal Wedding History: Margaret, Anne and Diana”
“Lithic” means “relating to stone” and “Neo” means new, therefore the Neolithic era was also called the “New Stone Age”. This refers to the period between 10,000 BCE and 1,700 BCE, although the timeline is greatly disputed. A Neolithic wedding will most likely take place at a Neolithic site. This includes places like Stonehenge or Avebury Stone Circle, which often have great historical and spiritual significance.
If you find the idea of this interesting, read on!Continue reading “Weird Wedding Venues: Marry at a Pagan or Neolithic site!”
If you want the Force to be with your marriage, what better way is there than emulating the style of Padmé Amidala’s wedding dress? Okay, so that may be slightly ambitious, as the dress is very complicated. But, it would make a beautiful tribute to the film series, or a wedding on 4th May. However, before we get too carried away, let’s look at the dress the Star Wars character wore to her wedding.Continue reading “Iconic Wedding Dresses in Film: Star Wars”
Most often, wedding dresses in film usually means a marriage is about to occur. Sometimes, the drama requires one half of the happy couple, and in this case there is no actual wedding. However, the 1957 film Funny Face goes even further: there was never meant to be a wedding in the first place!Continue reading “Iconic Wedding Dresses in Film: Funny Face”