Although the term princess generally refers to the beautiful and lucky girl in the fairy tales, but in this real life there are also some lucky girl who are often associated to the royal.
Whether they are the offspring of royal family or simply married with the royal member.
Those real princesses of course are having much prestige in their life. One of them is that their weddings are really majestic and pretentious.
Well, for other “ordinary” girl it is probably rather difficult to imitate their wedding style except you are a celebrity or a major businessman. But following just a little of their wedding style that’s no problem actually.
Probably you are inspired by the princess wedding dresses they worn. You can do that without breaking your bank. Here are some princess wedding dresses that may inspire you and how to trick them to be more affordable.
Kate Middleton’s Wedding Dress
This lacy dress is made by Sarah Burton, a designer who works at the mode house of Alexander McQueen.
It is a type of long sleeves wedding dresses which are mainly made by combining ivory and white satin. All the tailoring process is manually and traditionally done by using the original skills of Ireland clothing. That’s why this dress is really prestigious.
The skirt is perfectly flaring because of the curvy and fold details. Sarah Burton added a tail as you see in other wedding dresses, in which the length is 2.7 meters.
The corset tighten in her wais is adorned with 58 buttons covered by the organza. The lace used is French Chantily combined with English Cluny. Her appearance is then perfected with a tiara made in 1936 and a veil made from silk tulle with hand-embroidered flowers on it.
Yes, if you want to make similar princess wedding dresses, you can use conventional tulle, lace and satin. For the processing, you need an ordinary tailor with his or her sewing machine. Not manually making it with his hands.
Princess Diana’s Wedding Dress
Now we move to the Kate’s mother in law.
This glamorous princess wedding dress is designed by Elizabeth Emanuel will simply remind you to the ball gown of Cinderella. Yes, Diana is the Cinderella indeed.
This dress is made from ivory silk with classical style combined by the lace, a patrimony from Charles’ great-grandmother. The belly-out long sleeves and the wavy v-collars really perfect her appearance as a princess. The train or tail of this dress is 25 feet length and it is including the longest skirt’s tail in the history.
If you want to make similar dress in affordable way is by substituting the materials. You don’t need to use silk, but you can use conventional satin or artificial-woven silk. Don’t forget to get a haircut and put a tiara and a veil on it.
Grace Kelly of Monaco’s Wedding Dress
This is one of iconic wedding dresses ever. Moreover, it is said that Kate Middleton is inspired by Grace Kelly’s wedding dress.
As you see that both are having long sleeves and many lacy details. The difference is probably placed on the necks and the skirts.
If Kate use a v-neck, therefore Grace’s wedding dress prefer using neckline with the buttons up to her beck. The volume of Grace’s skirt is more than the Kate’s, it simply makes Grace’s skirt is more flaring and then the tail of Grace’s is shorter than Kate’s.
The main material of this Monaco princess wedding dress is made from silk, lace, and convection taffeta. Not hand made. Well, if you want to imitate this dress, you may consider substituting the materials with the more affordable ones.
Princess Rania of Jordan’s Wedding Dress
This short sleeves wedding dress are having gold details on several part.
Simple v-neck followed by collar successfully brings the unique sense of this type of princess wedding dresses. You want to follow her in an affordable way. Simply, throw away all the gold, and change them with ordinary golden strings.