31.Baroness Marie Christine von Reibnitz And Prince Michael of Kent – 1978
German-born Baroness Marie Christine von Reibnitz married Prince Michael of Kent in Vienna, Austria. Belville Sassoon designed the ’70s-style classic silk crepe royal wedding dress. The high neck donned with pearls looked fabulous with her large tiara.
It was her second husband after she got an annulment, and she wore the city of London diamond fringe tiara. Many other women copied her wedding dress style because it was so on-trend for the time.
32.Alessandra de Osma And Prince Christian of Hanover – 2018
The ceremony between Prince Christian of Hanover and Alessandra de Osma took place in San Pedro Church in Lima, Peru. The 17th-century structure was the perfect backdrop for their nuptials, and Alessandra wore the most gorgeous dress.
Designed by Spanish fashion designer Jorge Vazquéz, the dress featured long lace sleeves, and it was inspired by Kate Middleton’s dress. She wore a large bejeweled tiara to compliment her simple hairstyle.
33.Lady Charlotte Wellesley And Alejandro Santo Domingo – 2016
The other royals should watch out because Lady Charlotte Wellesley and Alejandro Santo Domingo’s wedding was absolute perfection. Lady Charlotte wore a breathtaking white wedding dress by Emilia Wickstead, and she looked like a princess.
Lady Charlotte gave us all the #Bridegoals with her long-sleeve gown and unique collar. People lined the streets to watch the arrivals of the family, and there was even a bit of rain, which is good luck on your wedding day.
Peter Phillips was the first of Queen Elizabeth’s grandchildren to marry, and his beautiful bride Autumn Kelly was a vision in white. She wore a Sassi Holford gown with an A-line shape and a lace shall.
Her bridesmaids wore sage green dresses that matched her bouquet. Her simple tiara complimented the minimalistic dress. The couple’s wedding was more beyond beautiful, and the royal family showed up to share in the happy day.
35.Princess Stéphanie Of Luxembourg And Prince Guillaume – 2012
The religious wedding of Princess Stephanie of Luxembourg and Prince Guillaume took place at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Luxembourg. Lebanese designer Ellie Saab took a total of 3,900 hours to make the dress.
Seven hundred hours were spent on the construction of the dress, and another 3,200 were spent on the embroidery. It was complete with the 13-foot train and 50,000 pearls.
36.Claire Lademacher And Prince Felix Of Luxembourg – 2013
Claire Lademacher and Prince Felix of Luxembourg got married in a religious ceremony in the south of France. Claire wore a picturesque lace gown by Ellie Saab. The ivory silk dress was embroidered with Chantilly lace floral motifs and glimmering silver threads.
The gown had a 10-foot train with neo-baroque flower details that continued into the length of the silk tulle veil. She was the most gorgeous bride we have ever seen, and her tiara topped the whole look off.
37.Princess Tatiana of Greece And Prince Nikolaos Of Greece – 2010
The lavish wedding of Princess Tatiana and Prince Nikolaos of Greece took place in the breathtaking Spetses, Greece. Tatiana arrived in a horse-drawn carriage wearing an Angel Sanchez gown.
Created from 131-feet of Chantilly lace with a molded bodice that showed off her slender waist. To keep herself modest in the church, she added a lace shall to cover her shoulders, and it perfectly matched her lace veil.
38.Princess Anne Marie And King Constantine II – 1964
When Princess Anne Marie married King Constantine II, she must have predicted Princess Leia’s iconic hairstyle because she looked like a princess from a galaxy far, far away. Her dress was simple, yet the attention to detail was incredible.
The high-waisted number had lots of lace, and it was the perfect choice for her body. The wide neck design showed off her decolletage, and her simple necklace was the perfect accessory for the look.
39.Princess Martha Louise And Ari Behn of Norway – 2002
Her brother’s rule-breaking marriage to a woman with a complex past paved the way for Princess Martha Louise to marry author, Ari Behn. For her lovely nuptials, Princess Martha wore an ivory dress covered in crystals and with long sleeves shaped like trumpets.
The coat dress was designed by Norwegian designer Wenche Lyche and she added Queen Maud’s pearl and diamond tiara. For the reception, she removed the coat to show off her arms.
40.Queen Soraya Of Iran And Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi – 1951
Queen Soraya of Iran married Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi on February 12, 1951, at the Marble Palace in Tehran. She wore the most stunning 40-pound strapless dress made of 37 yards of silver lame.
The gown featured 6,000 diamond pieces and 20,000 marabou feathers. It was also studded with pearls, and it was the perfect dress for a woman of her status. The dress was talked about for years because it was so lavish.