What to Wear for your own Royal Wedding

With all the buzz surrounding Princess Eugenie’s lockdown wedding, not to mention the fond memories of Princess Beatrice, Meghan Markle, and Kate Middleton’s big days, your timing couldn’t be more perfect to add a royal touch to your wedding day.

Your wedding day is one of the few days in your life that us mere mortals can live like royalty and hold onto the our own Royal Wedding memories for a lifetime. Royalty has long held an influence on weddings with everyone from Elizabeth Taylor, Nicole Richie, Kim Kardashian, and Miranda Kerr all embracing their inner Princess when they said I Do.

Prior to Meghan Markle, the most famous American Royal Bride was - Old Hollywood Starlet Grace Kelly aka Princess Grace of Monaco, famed for her timeless and elegant look. To help make your wedding fit for a Queen, we’ve rounded our top picks for your very own nuptials.

What makes a Royal Wedding?

The nature of a royal wedding is that one of a country’s leaders is marrying and as a result becomes a moment the entire country wishes to be a part of. Royal weddings have been televised since Princess Margaret’s wedding in 1960 was televised in the UK.

From ultra-long bridal veils to diamond tiaras, no expense is spared for a royal wedding. Think opulence yet timeless. Lavish yet elegant. Gold is the color most associated with royalty so its no surprise it’s a popular choice for royal weddings.

Bridal Headpieces...

The trademark of a royal wedding is the bride’s diamond-encrusted tiara. However, outside of Buckingham Palace, it’s a much more realistic to wear a tiara that is extremely well made with top of the line materials like Swarovski Crystals, and extremely high quality Simulated Diamonds so it LOOKS like diamonds - but doesn't need it's own security detail.

MEGHAN Tiara -
Meghan is the perfect nod to royalty for the bride who’s looking for a more understated look.

Going for an unadorned dress? The Lover’s Knot will deliver all the glamour you need for your big day.

Perfect for the princess bride, Petite Queen Victoria is the icing on the cake for the lavish ceremony whether in city hall or the Plaza Hotel.

Nothing oozes Queen like a glamorous crown to finish off your look. Standing at 2.3in, with sparkling simulated diamonds, Queen Maxima is perfect for a larger wedding, while also keeping eyes glued to you for smaller affairs.

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Bridal Veils...

When it comes to royal weddings, the longer a veil the better. Princess Diana’s veil was twenty-five feet long - so there’s no need to keep it short and sweet. While 25ft long might be a touch on the long side for a non-royal, a Cathedral or Royal Cathedral veil will have you exuding elegance and glamour as you glide down the aisle.

GRANDE AMBRELL Extra Long Royal Cathedral Drop Veil -
Boasting a train of 14 feet long, GRANDE AMBRELL is the number one choice for the show stopping bride embracing her inner Grace Kelly.

VICTORIA Royal Cathedral Veil-
VICTORIA is perfect for the a classic or outdoor woodland forest wedding. The simplistic design, adds a touch of royal glamour to the ethereal ceremony.

OLIVIA Lace Royal Cathedral Veil -
OLIVIA is the summer bride embodying the fun and carefree attitude of the season. Featuring pastel pink French Alencon lace edging, Olivia adds some girly glamour embodying where Gwen Stefani meets Kate Middleton.