Princess Beatrice wore Queen Elizabeth’s vintage gown for her wedding

Princess Beatrice wore a vintage Norman Hartnell dress for her wedding to Italian property tycoon Eduardo Mapelli Mozzi. The exquisite gown was first worn by queen Elizabeth II at the premier of  “Lawrence of Arabia” in 1962. The gown is made from ivory taffeta and is encrusted with diamanté and has a geometric checkered bodice. The Queen’a vintage dress had to be remodelled to fit princess Beatrice’s measurements.  The beautiful bride paired her exquisite ivory gown with the Queen Mary diamond fringe tiara that was worn by Queen Elizabeth II on her wedding  day in 1947.

Princess Beatrice’s vintage choice was a touching gesture of sustainability respecting the current global pandemic.  

princess Beatrice wedding dress

princess Beatrice wedding dress

princess Beatrice wedding dress

princess Beatrice wedding dress

princess Beatrice wedding tiara

Princess Eugenie ‘s Wedding Dress

Princess Eugenie looked stunning on her wedding day in a beautiful white portrait-neckline gown by London-based designers, Peter Piloto and Christopher de Vos. She chose a long sleeved V- neck gown in silk jacquard that gently folded around her shoulders.The gown was made from various layers of silk, cotton and viscose and the elaborated top layer was made in Como, Italy.

 Princess Eugenie 's Wedding Dress

Princess Eugenie Wedding

Eugenie chose not to wear a veil and decided to pair her  amazing wedding dress with the spectacular Greville Emerald Kokoshink tiara, made of rose-cut pave diamonds set in platinum. This marvelous piece was designed by the amazing French jeweller Boucheron in 1919. Princess Eugenie accompanied her tiara with a pair of matching diamond and emerald earrings given to her by her new husband Jack Brooksbank.

Princess Eugenie  Emerald Wedding Tiara

Princess Eugenie  Royal Wedding

Luxembourg Royal Wedding

Prince Felix of Luxembourg married his sweetheart, Claire Lademacher in a casual civil ceremony in Germany 17th of September, followed by a religious ceremony in the Provencal town of Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume on Saturday.















The new princess looked stunning in an Elie Saab custom designed gown made of ivory silk with Chantilly lace floral motifs and lace-encrusted sleeves. The gown featured a 10-foot-long train embellished of crystals and sequined pearls.
































Clair chose to wear a diamond tiara that belongs to the Grand Ducal, which has been worn as a wedding tiara by tradition.



Andrea Casiraghi’s of Monaco weds Tatiana Santo Domingo

Andrea Casiraghi, Princess Carolina of Monaco’s eldest son and the second in line of the Monegasque throne married Tatiana Santo Domingo in a private Monte Carlo ceremony. Tatiana, the daughter of the late Julio Santo Domingo, once the richest man in Columbia, met Andrea through his sister, Charlotte while studying in Paris. The couple already has a 5-month old son called Sacha.

Tatiana was the ultimate bohemian bride in an embroidered V-neck Ivory three quarter length sleeve gown designed by her best friend Margherita Missoni. Tatiana and her bridesmaids all wore Missoni gowns and floral garlands to the pre wedding dinner party that was held on Princess Caroline’s luxury yacht Pacha lll.

Princess Madeleine of Sweden wed Christopher O’Neil in a lavishing Ceremony

Princess Madeline of Sweden wed the New York banker, Christopher O’Neill on Saturday June 8th in Sweden. The youngest daughter of King Carl XVI choose a stunning lace gown designed by Valentino. Princess Madeleine choose the fringe Tiara, a circlet of interlocking diamonds thought to have been a tenth anniversary present in 1986 from her father to her mother.