The 1920s were a brief respite from the horrors of World War One before the austerity of the Great Depression. It was a time of great advancement from civil rights to a social revolution. Likewise, it was a great era for watching the changing fashions of wedding dresses.
Royal weddings continue to captivate the nation, and this is amplified when the royal in question will rule the country. Especially in times of hardship, it is these figures we look to. Certain weddings shaped the monarchy that we know today. Never has this been truer than with the post-war weddings of King George VI […]
The Evolution of Photography The evolution of wedding photography was closely related to the development of photographic technology, along with a few social influences too. Since its inception back in the 19th century, newlywed couples have been burning their blurry outlines onto bitumen paper, posing for long-exposure black and white film, eventually being transformed into a […]
Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1960 Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones’ marriage was the first royal marriage to be broadcast live on television, and received an audience of 300 million viewers worldwide with over 20,000 guests in attendance. Princess Margaret wore a stunning sophisticated princess ballgown with a tailored bodice. The dress was created in […]