Royal Wedding Dress Prediction

Royal Wedding Dress Prediction 

The entire wedding world is holding their breath to see what Meghan Markle will wear for her May 19th nuptials to Prince Harry. I wanted to weight in on my my Royal Wedding Dress Prediction. 

Of course…being in the business that I am, I adore weddings. But, royal weddings are a whole other level of obsession.  I mean, what is more romantic than a princess getting married…and when it is an American becoming a princess?!  Well, I can hardly contain myself!  We are thrilled to be hosting a Royal Wedding Viewing Party on Saturday, May 19th in celebration of the event. All American eyes will be on the newly crowned princess and what she will be wearing.  The designer, as is standard, is being kept secret, as are most of the wedding details. 

As Meghan’s aesthetic is very clean and modern, my prediction is that she will wear a clean gown with no lace.  The fabric will be structured and have a sheen – I think a beautiful mikado would be gorgeous! As she will getting married in the church, her arms will need to be covered.  My hope is that she will show off her gorgeous décolletage and cover her arms with a clean close fitting sleeve.  And of course, she will have a long beautiful train! I do think that she will wear a traditional long veil and my hope is that it will have a touch of lace on it.  She will wear some sort of tiara, as is customary. It is rumored that she will wear one from Diana’s collection.  

It is unknown if she will have any attendants beyond the sweet little children (Price George, Princess Charlotte, and the daughter of her stylist Jessica Mulroney will serve as flower girls and paiges).  There is nothing more darling that the little children dressed in shades of white preceding the bride down the aisle! 

Meghan Markle Wedding Dress

Sketch provided by Jean and Jewel 

 

April 19th can’t come soon enough!  We simply cannot wait to see the gown that Meghan Markle chooses. It is sure to be a show-stopper and one that will set trends in bridal for years to come! 

xoxo, Beth