With the Royal wedding the burning question on all fashionistas lips is 'What will the bride be wearing?'
With all the coverage in the press it would be hard to believe that Kate Middleton is not the only bride this year!
Whether your style is are more a contemporary conservative like Camilla or an dynamic 80's Diva like Diana there is one thing that all Royal Brides have in common - a Great British designed wedding dress:
· Queen Elizabeth II 1947: The wedding dress was designed by Norman Hartnell - a duchesse satin bridal dress detailed with star lilies and orange blossoms. Princess Elizabeth had to use ration coupons to obtain the material. Princess Margaret (1960) like her sister, chose a dress was designed by Norman Hartnell. It was white silk and accessorised with a diamond tiara.
· Princess Anne1973: Designed by Maureen Baker was an embroidered Tudor-style wedding dress with a high collar and medieval sleeves.
· Princess Diana 1986: She wore an Emanuel designed ivory taffeta and antique lace gown with a 25ft (7.62m) train!
· Camilla Parker- Bowles 2005: The Duchess wore an oyster silk basket-weave coat and chiffon dress for the ceremony, then changed for the blessing into a porcelain blue silk dress. Both dresses were designed by Robinson Valentine
If you want to be treated like royalty and don't want to be outshone by the Royal wedding, be your own Princess for a day. Head along to the multi award-winning Mamfii Bridal now in a stunning new premises,in Smithbrook, near Guildford, Surrey. It is the perfect setting in which to choose your wedding dress, designed to ensure a calm, private atmosphere for you and your guests, whilst making sure you have fun at the same time.
And whether as the a guest or the Bride complete your outfit with the beautiful accessories from All That Glitters.