Queen Victoria's wedding dress, wedding fashion dramatically change
• Queen Victoria's wedding dress, wedding fashion dramatically change the
The vast majority of people are aware of Queen Victoria, as the ancestor of the ruling today in the British House of Windsor. But many are not even aware that she can rightly be considered the ancestor of wedding fashion. In addition, many European wedding traditions (and also Russian) originate from one of the biggest weddings of the 19th century - the British Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
Queen Victoria for her wedding to Prince Albert, Prince Consort February 10, 1840 wore a white dress, which was an unusual choice at the time, because most of the girls preferred red or black dress of heavy silk or satin. It is credited to Queen Victoria started the tradition of the white wedding dresses, although in fact it was not the first sovereigns who marry "in white."
February 10, 1840: Queen Victoria (1819 - 1901) and Prince Albert (1819 - 1861), returning from a marriage ceremony in the Palace of Saint - James.
Victorian cream satin dress was made from fabric woven in Spitalfields, East London, and lace for him to have been specially made by hand in Devon (and to create a piece of lace size 137h76 cm, more than a hundred lace worked for as long as six months). Also, instead of the traditional crown on the bride's head adorned with a wreath and veil, thrown like a veil.
A pair of white satin shoes that wore the Queen Victoria on her wedding day.
Queen Victoria described her selection of clothes in his diary: "I was dressed in a white satin dress with lace imitating old models Jewels were minimal:. My Turkish diamond necklace and earrings, as well as a beautiful sapphire brooch that was given to me, my dear Albert."
Portrait of Queen Victoria in her wedding dress and veil, which was written in 1847 as a gift for her husband, Prince Albert.
Victoria with a wedding fan, poses for a portrait of the anniversary, 1897.
This dress is worn for all subsequent royal baptism of children up to the baptism of James, Viscount Severn in 2008, when it was first used by a replica.
Victoria also wore their wedding lace christening of his nine children, and during weddings of his two children, Victoria's eldest daughter, in 1858 and the youngest son of Leopold in 1882. Her youngest daughter, Princess Beatrice, were allowed to wear mother's dress to her own wedding in 1885.
When Victoria died, she was buried with her wedding veil on her face. Now dress her up as a relic stored at Kensington Palace.