British media has listed and presented the 6 most expensive royal wedding dresses in modern history. And on the list of course includes two brides Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle. Let’s rank it from the bottom up to see which royal wedding dress is the most expensive of them all.
The royal wedding is always the most extravagant, elaborate and expensive, that’s why it’s desirable. And royal wedding dresses are the most popular topic, it has a great influence on fashion and also inspires many brides around the world.
Usually, these dresses are extremely elaborately designed, with delicate details and sometimes hidden special details for the bride and groom. Besides, they are always designed by the most famous figures in the fashion industry. 6th place: Sarah Ferguson – Duchess of York The wedding dress was embroidered with the initials A and S (Andrew & Sarah) with silver beads. Wedding date: July 23, 1986 Location: Westminster Abbey in London Cost: £35,000 Designer: Lindka Cierach The most royal detail: The wedding dress was embroidered with the initials A and S (apparently by Andrew & Sarah) in silver beads. 5th place: Meghan Markle The chiffon is decorated with floral embroidery from 53 countries of the Commonwealth. Wedding date: May 19, 2018 Location: St George’s Chapel in Windsor Cost: £110,000 Designer: Givenchy is a French fashion house, but the dress was created by British designer Clare Waight Keller. The most royal detail: The 16-foot wedding dress and veil were decorated with floral embroidery from 53 Commonwealth countries. 4th place: Princess Diana The longest wedding dress in royal history. Wedding date: July 29, 1981 Location: St Paul’s Cathedral in London Cost: £151,000 Designer: David Emanuel The most royal detail: The longest wedding dress in royal history. In addition, the neckline and sleeves are made of lace, bulging with bold 1980s characteristics. 3rd place: Princess Eugenie Floral prints on the satin fabric of the wedding dress are meaningful symbols. Wedding date: October 12, 2018 Location: St George’s Chapel in Windsor Cost: £200,000 Designers: Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vo The most royal detail: Floral prints on the satin of the wedding dress are symbolic of significance, including Scotland’s thistle, Ireland’s Shamrock, York’s rose and ivy. 2nd place: Kate Middleton – Duchess of Cambridge Long-sleeve ivory satin bodice with patterned, lace-up. Wedding date: April 29, 2011 Location: Westminster Abbey in London Cost: £250,000 Designer: British designer Sarah Burton from Alexander McQueen brand. The most royal detail: Long-sleeved satin bodice in ivory with pattern, lace appliqué. 1st place: Queen Letizia of Spain Real gold threads are skillfully embroidered on silk. Wedding date: May 22, 2004 Location: Church of Santa María la Real de la Almudena in Madrid Cost: £6 million Designer: Royal couturier Manuel Pertegaz The most royal detail: Real gold threads are skillfully woven on silk. Which dress do you like the most?