Wonderful wedding dressing traditions from around the world 2/22/2016 •

Wonderful wedding dressing traditions from around the world

The wedding day is considered to be one of the most important in life. Brides from all over the world try their best to look stunning on their big day!

A traditional wedding dress had not always been white: Queen Victoria was the first one to choose a white attire for her wedding ceremony with prince Albert in 1840. The whole world fell in love with this splendid outfit, a true symbol of beauty and purity. Women from around the world followed the Queen’s lead.

Nevertheless, today’s brides still venerate the traditions of their countries. Wonderful wedding attires follow current fashion trends and reflect national color as well. That’s terrific!

Very touching, isn't it? Tell us what you think of these splendid wedding outfits! What are the wedding traditions of your country and family? Share with us!

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