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Now that is one gorgeous wedding gown and veil for a change instead of the strapless ones most wear nowadays.

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White wedding dresses do not actually symbolize innocence as many think. They originated with royalty and because it was so costly to clean dresses way back when, wearing white was a way to show the bride’s family was wealthy. From Wikipedia:
The tradition of a white wedding is commonly credited to Queen Victoria’s choice to wear a white wedding dress at her wedding to Prince Albert in 1840.[1][2]

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
Royal brides before Victoria did not typically wear white, instead choosing “heavy brocaded gowns embroidered with white and silver thread,” with red being a particularly popular color in Western Europe more generally.[1] European and American brides had been wearing a plethora of colors, including blue, yellow, and practical colors like black, brown, or gray. As accounts of Victoria’s wedding spread across the Atlantic and throughout Europe elites followed her lead. Because of the limitations of laundering techniques, white dresses provided an opportunity for conspicuous consumption. They were favored primarily as a way to show the world that the bride’s family was so wealthy and so firmly part of the leisure class that the bride would choose an elaborate dress that could be ruined by any sort of work or spill.[3] The color white was also the color girls were required to wear at the time when they were presented to the court.[4]

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