Princess Charlotte's wedding dress...Her dress was silver lama [lamé] on net, over a silver tissue slip, embroidered at the bottom with silver lama in shells and flowers. Body and sleeves to correspond, elegantly trimmed with point Brussels lace. The manteau was of silver tissue lined with white satin, with a border of embroidery to answer that on the dress, and fastened in front with a splendid diamond ornament. (1816)
Silk- and metallic-embroidered silk satin wedding dress with silver-embroidered cotton mull petticoat, American, c. 1799. Worn by Eunice Hooper at her wedding to her cousin John Hooper, in Marblehead, Massachusetts.
Queen Victoria in her wedding dress. White satin, trimmed with Honiton lace, with Honiton long veil and a wreath of orange blossoms to represent purity. "It was then that white became the dominant, traditional choice, symbolizing purity and maidenhood." – Emma’s Wedding Diary. 1840. #royalty