The Next Royal Gown Set To Inspire Brides
Another week, another Royal Wedding- and we couldn’t be happier with all the beautiful inspiration! This time it was Princess Nathalie of Denmark’s turn, who married Alexander Johannsmann this weekend in Bad Berleburg, Germany. The Princess wore a stunning gown by Danish designer Henrik Hviid, which featured a traditional demure neckline and long sleeves, not dissimilar Princess Catherine’s McQueen gown. What set this beautiful style apart were the delicate fabric flowers that adorned the neckline, sleeves and ran down the centre front of the Duchess satin gown.
Princess Nathalie chose a classic lace veil and following Royal tradition she borrowed a stunning Cartier tiara that her grandmother, Crown Princess Margaret of Sweden, wore at her wedding in 1905- if only all brides could have such a fabulous ‘Something Borrowed’!
While her gown was just as grand as Princess Catherine’s, the couple opted for a far more relaxed reception vibe. Tables were set outdoors with potted plants, gingham table clothes and timber chairs that created a down-to-earth feel for guests.
Do you like the relaxed feel of this wedding? Or do you think a Royal Weddings should be a little more grand?