What a great wedding it was! Everything about it was just perfect, everything you imagine a Royal wedding to be. And yes, as we talked about in our last post, Kate Middleton’s Wedding Dress was the most talked about topic during the whole event.
However, against our wild guess, Temperley was not the one who designed the Wedding Dress, but Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen’s. We bow to Burton to produce such a masterpiece that will be looked upon as one of the most influential wedding dress for many years to come.
The wedding dress of Kate or should we now call Her Royal Highness, Duchess of Cambridge portrayed a beautiful combination of modernity and traditions. The hand embroidered sleeves, the delicate veil and about 6-feet long tail, every detail about the dress was pure classic.
Having talked about the dress, we can’t ignore the stunning Halo tiara that she was wearing. The Halo Tiara by Cartier belongs to the Queen and was lent to Miss Kate for the occasion. It was created in 1936 and was gifted to Queen’s mother by her father (King George VI) three weeks before he took over the throne. Queen was presented this tiara on her 18th Birthday. Set in platinum and studded with baguette shaped diamonds, the tiara made up for the right ingredients for the gorgeous new member of the royal family.