Sorry that I do not know who to give credit for this graphic
In preparation for my annual
WEDDING BLOG PARTY
on June 10th
I'm sharing one of my favorite wedding graphics
for Pink Saturday
I'm also sharing vintage/retro wedding gown photos.....
Styles of the 1950's - early 1970's
Birdcage Veil with Rhinestones
Vintage Crocheted Gloves
Grace Kelly weds Prince Rainier of Monoco, 1956
The taffeta and Val lace confection was a wedding gift from MGM Studios, designed by Helen Rose. Imagine this: 25 yards of silk taffeta, 100 yards of silk net, and vintage Belgian rose point lace. Her headpiece was classic : a bandeau cap covered in tiny seed pearls under an intricate lace mantilla.
Catherine Middleton, bride of Prince William, 2011
A-Line/Princess Strapless Tea-length organza wedding dress (BST0033)
Retails @ $119.98
Vintage Style White Sleeveless Satin Organza Wedding Dress
Retails @ $105.98
Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy weds Sen. John F. Kennedy, 1953
Gown designed by Ann Lowe, a very talented African-American dressmaker. There were 50 yards of silk taffeta, with a very full circular skirt tucked and pleated (Lowe's specialty). On Jackie's head was her grandmother's rose point lace veil hanging from a circular lace cap festooned with orange blossoms. She pulled her look together with short, white kid gloves.
1950's Tea Length Gown
Justin Alexander, Style 8465
Retails @ $1,000.00
House of Dior Wedding Dress @ 1964
@ 1950's Classic Designer Tea Length Gown
Typical 1960's mod wedding attire
All about the mini skirts, pantyhose, buckled shoes, flower power
House of Dior Chambord Ball Gown
I would like to invite all my friends and followers
to my party and giveaway!
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Everyone loves a wedding!
Have a wonderful PINK SATURDAY and please stop by and say hi to my dear friend
Beverly of How Sweet the Sound and see the list of todays PINK SATURDAY participants!
Be sure and return here next time as I'll be featuring vintage wedding gowns of the late 1800's and early 1900's!