Princess Beatrice of England married Prince Henry of Battenberg on July 23, 1885.
Princess Beatrice wore the Honiton lace and veil which her mother, Queen Victoria had worn.
Yes Beatrice was highly honoured. Mama hadn't allowed the other daughters to wear it. Victoria's wedding veil was put over her face as she was laid out in bed after death, not in her wedding dress, though. She was dressed in a white satin dressing gown with the Order of the Garter. Some locks of her hair were taken.
Victoria left precise instructions. Certain rings were to be placed on her fingers, gifts from Albert and her children and John Brown's mother's wedding ring. In the coffin (which was almost as wide as it was long) were placed a cloak of Albert's embroidered by Alice, handkerchiefs, a plaster cast of Albert's hand, lockets, bracelets and a sprig of heather from Balmoral, under a silk quilted cushion. Then Victoria was laid on top of that.
Her doctor, Dr Reid, put a photo of John Brown and a lock of his hair in tissue paper inside a silk case made by her long term dresser, into Victoria's left hand and covered them with flowers given by Queen Alexandra. He did this after the family had left. Reid stated 'And my duties were over with the Queen after twenty years service'. (Just after her death he had physically examined her in private and discovered she had a prolapsed uterus and a ventral hernia!)
From 'Serving Victoria' by Kate Hubbard, pages 357, 360.