Ratings-wise, nothing compares to a royal marriage. On april 29, 2011, an estimated two billion people saw prince william and kate middleton marry. That means that almost one third of the population saw the royal wedding on tv. How can someone manage that much pressure with so many eyes watching them? Answer: she dresses in a stunning gown.
This dress was made by a top couture designer and had all the bells & whistles. The appetizers were lace applique, a nine-foot train and a shimmering silk ivory tulle veil. The english cluny and french chantilly lace were used throughout the bodice, and underskirt of the most talked-about gown. The skirt, which was made of white satin gazar, was designed to look like an opening flower.
A few girls can afford to buy a kate-style dress for their wedding. They don't have the luxury of a twenty-million-pound budget. An average bride spends around a thousand dollars on her wedding gown. However, costs are rising as more brides request the extras.
First, the term "no frills" was used to describe a plain-looking dress. These gowns were free from frills, flounces, and ruffles. These gowns were loved by brides from all walks of society. Until recently, wealthy women didn't wear elaborate or fancy wedding gowns. Even the royal brides wore gowns they had worn before.