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Wedding dress worn by Mary Beck at her marriage to Nathaniel Carter, 1742 England, worn in United States, Museum of Fine Arts Boston

Wedding dress worn by Mary Beck at her marriage to Nathaniel Carter, 1742 England, worn in United States, Museum of Fine Arts Boston

Wedding dress worn by Mary of Habsburg, 1520’s Hungary, Hungarian National Museum
An outfit worn by her husband also exists, but I can’t find a color picture of it.
I would definitely wear this dress.

Wedding dress worn by Mary of Habsburg, 1520’s Hungary, Hungarian National Museum

An outfit worn by her husband also exists, but I can’t find a color picture of it.

I would definitely wear this dress.

(right) Wedding dress by Worth, 1875, Bridal Lexington Museum

(right) Wedding dress by Worth, 1875, Bridal Lexington Museum

Wedding dresses, 1837-39, Bridal Lexington Museum

Wedding dresses, 1837-39, Bridal Lexington Museum

Queen Anne of Britain by Willem Wissing and Jan van der Vaardt, 1683
This was her wedding dress.  I know everyone knows this picture but I love it.  So pretty.

Queen Anne of Britain by Willem Wissing and Jan van der Vaardt, 1683

This was her wedding dress.  I know everyone knows this picture but I love it.  So pretty.

Wedding dress, ca 1870, the Victoria & Albert Museum

Wedding dress, ca 1870, the Victoria & Albert Museum

The Reluctant Bride by Auguste Toulmouche, 1866
Wedding dress, 1830-33, the Victoria & Albert Museum

Wedding dress, 1830-33, the Victoria & Albert Museum

charlestonmuseum:

Plum silk taffeta two-piece dress, 1883. This stylish outfit has a second bodice, with plaid velvet lapels and cuffs, a feature that would extend the usefulness of this dress. It was worn by Mrs. James F. Condon for her marriage on April 27, 1883.

HT 4378  The Charleston Museum

charlestonmuseum:

Silk brocade dress, 1842. The skirt is set onto the bodice in flat pleats, with the skirt slightly fuller in the back. Elizabeth Mary Lesesne Blamyer wore this dress at her wedding to Henry Wigfall (1821-1858) on February 24, 1842 at Saint Paul’s Church.
HT 3071  The Charleston Museum

charlestonmuseum:

Silk brocade dress, 1842. The skirt is set onto the bodice in flat pleats, with the skirt slightly fuller in the back. Elizabeth Mary Lesesne Blamyer wore this dress at her wedding to Henry Wigfall (1821-1858) on February 24, 1842 at Saint Paul’s Church.

HT 3071  The Charleston Museum

Bridal evening dress, 1856 US, Harper’s Magazine

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