Kate’s younger sister wed a whole six years after her. However, somebody must have told Pippa that all eyes would be on her. She could not embarrass Kate with a sub-par wedding. Well, instead she shined. We know that you’ve seen at least one photo of Pippa’s wedding by now.
The Second World War saw both more and fewer marriages – more because of men devoted to their sweethearts, and fewer because of the cost and timing. The 1940s were a time of great change, in everything, and we see that too in fashion and wedding wear.
Married eight times to seven different men, Elizabeth Taylor wore plenty of wedding dresses in her lifetime. However, she adorned wedding gowns before this, most notably in the film Father of the Bride.
Let’s take a look at Mia Farrow’s sweet two-piece suit she wore during her wedding to Frank Sinatra. At The Wedding Secret, we understand the importance of looking back at dresses and weddings of history, both as inspiration and to see how things have changed.
Royal weddings of past and present continue to enchant the nation. Across the world, 200 million people tuned in to listen to the marriage of Princess Elizabeth and Philip Mountbatten. Certainly it was a massive event, and one that is still talked about in relation to the royal marriages of today.