Princess Beatrice’s wedding dress is still in the news. The low-key ceremony that took place last July became an inspiration for future brides around the world.
Queen Elizabeth‘s granddaughter married Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi at All Saints Royal Chapel in Windsor, in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, on July 17 in an intimate but significant ceremony that went down in history for the meaningful details it had.
Princess Beatriz’s wedding dress
The most striking of all was the wedding dress worn by the daughter of Prince Andrew. The dress was a pleasant surprise for everyone and made her look radiant in the official images shared by the royal family.
Beatriz wore a classic Norman Hartnell dress that belonged to her grandmother.
The stunning ivory-embellished gown was not designed as a wedding dress but some subtle adjustments were made to it, including the addition of organza sleeves.
According to the designer of Princess Diana‘s wedding dress, David Emanuel, he believes that the royal’s choice of a second-hand piece will spark a new trend for brides who make their “borrowed thing” the dress itself.
Another much-talked-about wink was Queen Mary’s diamond fringed tiara that Queen Elizabeth II herself wore at her marriage to Prince Philip in 1947.
Aside from inspiring brides to choose to recycle nostalgic pieces, the designer also believes that Beatriz’s intimate ceremony will have an impact on post covid-19 weddings.