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« Reply #270 on: October 20, 2021, 03:50:58 PM »

On the 22nd September 2004 the wedding ball of Duchess Elisabeth of Bavaria and Daniel Terberger took place at the Nymphenburg Schloss in München.

The couple got married on 25th September 2004.

Duchess Elisabeth is the 4th child and 4th daughter of Duke Max Emmanuel, Duke in Bayern and his wife Elizabeth, Countess Douglas.

She has 4 sisters: Sophie (1967), married to hereditary prince Alois of Liechtenstein. Marie-Caroline (1969), married to duke Friedrich von Württemberg and Helena (1972), who isn't married and Anna (1975) who married twice (firstly Klaus Runow (1964) and secondly Baron Andreas von Maltzahn)

The bride and groom met in a Vienese coffee house. At the time Elisabeth worked in Vienna. Elisabeth is at the time of the wedding 30, her groom is 7 years older.

Elisabeth wore the same ancient family veil and tiara as the two sisters who married before (Marie-Caroline (1991) & Sophie (1993))

The wedding dress was an ivory-colored Duchess satin dress.  She completed the look with a 200-year old veil made of Brussels lace.

I haven't figured out yet who the designer is.



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« Reply #271 on: October 20, 2021, 03:59:02 PM »

Duchess Maria Anna Henriette Gabrielle Julie in Bavaria (7 May 1975) is the 5th child and daughter (and the youngest) of Duke Max Emmanuel, Duke in Bayern and his wife Elizabeth, Countess Douglas.

She firstly married on 8 September 2007 in Munich, Klaus Runow (3 July 1964 ), an investment banker. Their divorce was announced in early 2015.

Maria-Anna secondly married on 16 October 2015, Baron Andreas von Maltzahn.

She has two sons from her first marriage.


The Wedding Of Duchess Maria Anna Of Bavaria And Klaus Runow:



It is unknown to me who designed her wedding dress.


Her 2nd marriage was apperently an only civil marriage:

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« Reply #272 on: October 20, 2021, 04:04:44 PM »

So Max-Emanuel Herzog in Bayern (sometimes styled Prince Max of Bavaria, Duke in Bavaria)( 21 January 1937) and his wife Swedish Countess Elisabeth Douglas (31 December 1940) have 5 daughters, of which 4 are married:

- Duchess Sophie Elizabeth Marie Gabrielle in Bavaria (28 October 1967), married on 3 July 1993 in Vaduz, Hereditary Prince Alois of Liechtenstein (11 June 1968), son of Hans-Adam II, Prince of Liechtenstein, and Countess Marie Aglaë Kinsky of Wchinitz and Tettau. They have four children.

- Duchess Marie-Caroline Hedwig Eleonore in Bavaria (23 June 1969), married on 27 July 1991 in Tegernsee, Duke Philipp of Württemberg (1 November 1964), son of Carl, Duke of Württemberg, and Princess Diane of Orléans. They have four children.

- Duchess Helena Eugenie Maria Donatha Mechthild in Bavaria (6 May 1972)

- Duchess Elisabeth Marie Christine Franziska in Bavaria (4 October 1973), married on 25 September 2004 in Munich, Daniel Terberger (11 June 1967). They have two children.

- Duchess Maria Anna Henriette Gabrielle Julie in Bavaria (7 May 1975), firstly married on 8 September 2007 in Munich, Klaus Runow (3 July 1964), an investment banker. Their divorce was announced in early 2015. Maria-Anna secondly married on 16 October 2015, Baron Andreas von Maltzahn. She has two sons from her first marriage
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« Reply #273 on: October 20, 2021, 04:22:15 PM »

And as for the parents:

Prince Max-Emanuel of Bavaria, Duke in Bavaria & (Swedish) Countess Elisabeth Douglas-Stjernorp auf Muhlhausen und Langenstein (10 January 1967)




Designer of the wedding dress is unknwon to me

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« Reply #274 on: October 20, 2021, 04:33:21 PM »

Lord Edward Albert Charles Spencer-Churchill (1974) is the son of John George Vanderbilt Henry Spencer-Churchill, 11th Duke of Marlborough, JP, DL (13 April 1926 – 16 October 2014) and his 3rd wife  Countess Rosita Douglas-Stjernorp. His parent married on  20 May 1972 and were divorced in 2008. Rosita is a sister of Duchess Elisabeth in Bavaria (née Countess Elisabeth Douglas-Stjernop), the wife of Prince Max-Emanuel of Bavaria, Duke in Bavaria. Edward is a half-brother of the current Duke of Marlborough.

Edward married German photographer Kimberly Hammerstroem. They had a civil ceremony at Mayfair Library in London on 4 July 2018, followed by a religious ceremony at Blenheim Palace on 7 July. The couple has 1 child together: Phoenix.

Edward and Kimberly kept their big day traditional at the royal’s ancestral seat Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, on July 7, 2018.

Kimberly wore an effortlessly chic off-white Galvan dress for their civil ceremony that was held a few days before, and glammed her look up with a lace gown, floral crown, and long veil for the Blenheim party.







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« Reply #275 on: October 20, 2021, 04:52:38 PM »

George John Godolphin Spencer-Churchill, Marquess of Blandford (28 July 1992), styled as Earl of Sunderland until 2014, is a British aristocrat and polo player. He is a model and brand ambassador for La Martina, an Argentinean polo clothing and accessories company. He is the son of Jamie Spencer-Churchill, 12th Duke of Marlborough and his first wife, Rebecca Mary Few Brown. He is also a descendant of Consuelo Vanderbilt (first wife of the 9th Duke of Marlborough).

Lord Blandford married Camilla Elizabeth Antonia Thorp (now styled as Marchioness of Blandford), a descendant of the Tempest baronets of Tong, Yorkshire, on 8 September 2018 at St Mary Magdalene Church, Woodstock.

They have a daughter, Lady Olympia Arabella Kitty Spencer-Churchill (10 September 2020)


At her wedding Camilla wore a Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda couture wedding dress.


The future Duchess of Marlborough travelled to and from Milan on multiple occasions while working on the dress, the first custom-made wedding gown by the designers that has ever been worn in Britain. Featuring an off-the-shoulder cut, lace bodice with appliqué pearls and flowers in white and pale pink and an organza and lace skirt and train, the dress drew much praise in fashion circles.

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« Reply #276 on: October 20, 2021, 05:09:54 PM »

Castell-Rüdenhausen is a German noble family.

Roderik Frederik Graf zu Castell-Rüdenhausen (19 June 1980) is the son of Christian Friedrich Casimir Graf zu Castell-Rüdenhausen and Carolina Hintzen. In 2014 he married Liesbeth Lotgering at Twickle Castle in Delden, the Netherlands.

Twickel is a protected historic country estate with 81 complex parts near Delden in the hamlet of Deldeneresch , in the municipality of Hof van Twente in the province of Overijssel in The Netherlands. The moated castle forms the center. The Twickel Foundation was established in 1953 with the aim of preserving Twickel as a nature reserve and cultural monument for hikers, nature lovers and art lovers and thus perpetuating its historical significance. Baroness Van Heeckeren van Wassenaer contributed the core assets of her properties to the foundation. This included the Twickel castle with accompanying forests and farms and the inventory. The house archives also became the property of the foundation. The remaining lands remained the private property of the baroness. After her death in 1975, all her private estates were transferred by bequest to the Twickel Foundation. Since 2013, part of the house has been occupied by Roderik zu Castell-Rüdenhausen and his family.


After their civil wedding on 17 May 2014, the religious wedding of Count Roderik zu Castell-Rüdenhausen and Liesbeth Lotgering took place in the Oude Blasius Church in Delden, The Netherlands on 7 June 2014.

After the wedding the bridal couple toured the small city of Delden by carriage. It left more than enough time for guests, public and press to walk to the nearby Twickel Castle, where the couple lives since a few months. Loudly cheered they arrived at the front square of the castle. They shortly posed for the photographers present before going into the castle, followed by their guests. A reception took place in the castle grounds, and of course a big party was being held in the evening.

The tiara comes with the castle, Twickel. It's not a Castell-tiara.

Designer of the wedding dress is unknown to me





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« Reply #277 on: October 21, 2021, 11:08:39 AM »

Princess Ingrid of Sweden (Ingrid Victoria Sofia Louise Margareta)(28 March 1910 – 7 November 2000), the daughter of King Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden and his first wife, Princess Margaret of Connaught. n 1935 she married Crown Prince Frederick of Denmark and they had three daughters, Margrethe, the present Queen of Denmark, Benedikte, now a Princess of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, and Anne-Marie, the former Queen of the Hellenes.In 1947, her husband became king on his father's death. As queen, Ingrid reformed the traditions of Danish court life, abolished many old-fashioned customs at court and created a more relaxed atmosphere at official receptions. King Frederick IX died in 1972, and Ingrid's daughter Margrethe became queen.



Frederick IX (Danish: Christian Frederik Franz Michael Carl Valdemar Georg)( 11 March 1899 – 14 January 1972) was King of Denmark from 1947 to 1972. Born into the House of Glücksburg, Frederick was the elder son of King Christian X (26 September 1870 – 20 April 1947) and Queen Alexandrine of Denmark (née Duchess Alexandrine of Mecklenburg-Schwerin) (24 December 1879 – 28 December 1952). Frederick was educated at the Royal Danish Naval Academy (breaking with Danish royal tradition by choosing a naval instead of an army career) and the University of Copenhagen. Before he became king, he had acquired the rank of rear admiral and he had had several senior commands on active service. He acquired several tattoos during his naval service.In addition, with his great love of music, the king was an able piano player and conductor. In the 1910s, Alexandrine considered the two youngest daughters of her cousin Tsar Nicholas II, Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna of Russia and Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia, as possible wives for Frederick, until the execution of the Romanov family in 1918. In 1922, Frederick was engaged to Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark, his second cousin. They never wed. Instead, on 15 March 1935, a few days after his 36th birthday, he was engaged to Princess Ingrid of Sweden (1910–2000), a daughter of Crown Prince Gustaf Adolf (later King Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden) and his first wife, Princess Margaret of Connaught. They were related in several ways. They married in Stockholm Cathedral on 24 May 1935. Their wedding was one of the greatest media events of the day in Sweden in 1935. They had 3 daughters.


Ingrid's wedding dress was a "simply cut" white gown, described alternately as silk or crepe satin. The gown featured a high neck, a draped bodice, and long sleeves with a 20 foot train, trimmed with point de venice lace worn by Ingrid's mother Margaret of Connaught on her own wedding day in 1906. The veil was made of the same lace and has since been worn  by many descendants of Ingrid or their brides on their wedding day. Atop the veil Ingrid wore the crown of myrtle, common for Swedish brides. She wore the Khedive of Egypt Catier Tiara she had inherited from her mother and a strand of simple pearls.


Ingrid also wore a special gift commissioned by her new husband for their wedding day. Frederik ordered a brooch from Carlman of Sweden, made of Queen Margaret's diamonds into a namesake daisy shape. The brooch is now a much-loved piece of the Danish Royal Family. Ingrid's daughter Queen Margrethe II wore the daisy brooch on her own wedding day.


Ingrid carried a bouquet of long stemmed lilies, plum roses, and myrtle tied with trailling ribbons. She also carried a fan and a handkerchief that was part of her mother's wedding ensemble.





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« Reply #278 on: October 21, 2021, 11:18:47 AM »

Christian X (Danish: Christian Carl Frederik Albert Alexander Vilhelm)(26 September 1870 – 20 April 1947) was King of Denmark from 1912 to 1947, and the only King of Iceland (as Kristján X) between 1918 and 1944.He was the first child of Crown Prince Frederick of Denmark and his wife Louise of Sweden.His father was the eldest son of King Christian IX of Denmark and Louise of Hesse-Kassel, and his mother was the only daughter of King Charles XV of Sweden and Norway and Louise of the Netherlands. Christian married Alexandrine of Mecklenburg-Schwerin in Cannes on 26 April 1898.They had two sons.


Alexandrine of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (24 December 1879 – 28 December 1952) was Queen of Denmark as the spouse of King Christian X. She was also Queen of Iceland (where the name was officially Alexandría) from 1 December 1918 to 17 June 1944.Her father was Frederick Francis III, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin; her mother was Grand Duchess Anastasia Mikhailovna of Russia, a granddaughter of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. She was a paternal first cousin of Juliana of the Netherlands. Her mother was the paternal aunt of Princess Irina Alexandrovna of Russia, the wife of Felix Yusupov, one of the murderers of Rasputin. Duchess Alexandrine married Prince Christian of Denmark on 26 April 1898, in Cannes, France, when she was 18 years old. They had two children.



After his unhappy love to Marguerite d' Orleans in 1893 some years went by before Christian X was ready to try again. In march 1897 the young Prince Christian travelled to Cannes, officially to visit his aunts, Thyra of Cumberland and Olga of Greece, but unofficially to seek a future wife in a city which teemed with young princesses of the crowned heads of Europe i the season. One of his first visits went to 'Villa Wenden', where Grand Duke Friederich Franz 2. of Mecklenburg-Schwerin had his recidence, when in France. Here Prince Christian meets the 17 year old Princess Alexandrine of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (Adine) and fell in love. She was the eldest of two sisters. The other sister, Cecilie, was later married to Crown Prince William of Preussia (son of Kaiser Wilhellm II).

Queen Alexandrine's wedding dress has another variation of leg-o-mutton sleeves that taper and are thoroughly crumpled complementing the yoked bodice.





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« Reply #279 on: October 21, 2021, 11:43:16 AM »

Duchess Cecilie Auguste Marie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (20 September 1886 – 6 May 1954) the youngest daughter of Frederick Francis III, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin and Grand Duchess Anastasia Mikhailovna of Russia.She spent most of her childhood in Schwerin, at the royal residences of Ludwigslust Palace and the Gelbensande hunting lodge, only a few kilometres from the Baltic Sea coast. Her father suffered badly from asthma and the wet damp cold climate of Mecklenburg was not good for his health. As a result, Cecilie spent a large amount of time with her family in Cannes in the south of France, favoured at the time by European royalty, including some whom Cecilie met such as Empress Eugénie and her future husband's great-uncle, Edward VII.During the winter visit of 1897, Cecilie's sister, Alexandrine, met her future husband, Crown Prince Christian, later Christian X of Denmark, shortly before the death of their father at the age of 46. After returning to Schwerin, Cecilie spent time with her widowed mother in Denmark.  After the death of her father, she traveled every summer, from 1898 to 1904, visiting her relatives in Russia.During the wedding festivities of her brother Frederick Francis IV, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin in Schwerin in June 1904, the 17-year-old Duchess Cecilie got to know her future husband, Wilhelm, German Crown Prince. Kaiser Wilhelm II had sent his eldest son to the festivities as his personal representative. Taller than most women of her time at 182 centimetres (over 5'11"), Cecilie was as tall as the German Crown Prince. Wilhelm was struck by her great beauty, and her dark hair and eyes. On 4 September 1904, the young couple celebrated their engagement at the Mecklenburg-Schwerin hunting lodge, Gelbensande.


Wilhelm, German Crown Prince, Crown Prince of Prussia (Friedrich Wilhelm Victor August Ernst)( 6 May 1882 – 20 July 1951) the eldest child and heir of the last German Emperor, Wilhelm II, and the last Crown Prince of the German Empire and the Kingdom of Prussia. After the death of his grandfather Emperor Frederick III, Wilhelm became crown prince at the age of six, retaining that title for 30 years until the fall of the empire on 9 November 1918. Wilhelm was born on 6 May 1882 in the Marmorpalais of Potsdam in the Province of Brandenburg. He was the eldest son of Wilhelm II, the last German Kaiser (Emperor) (1859–1941), and his first wife, Princess Augusta Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein (1858–1921).


The wedding of Duchess Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin and the German Crown Prince Wilhelm took place on 6 June 1905 in Berlin. The wedding ceremony took place in the Royal Chapel and also the nearby Berlin Cathedral. The royal couple received as wedding presents jewellery, silverware and porcelain. At the wish of the bride, Richard Wagner's famous wedding march from Lohengrin was played along with music from The Meistersinger from Nuremberg conducted by Richard Strauss. On her wedding day, Duchess Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin became Her Imperial and Royal Highness The German Crown Princess and Crown Princess of Prussia. She was expected to one day become German Empress and Queen of Prussia. The couple were married in a civil ceremony earlier the same day.

This was "one of the most distinguished assemblages that could be gathered in Europe," where several hundred guests witnesses the "simple wedding service of the Lutheran Church."  Seventy of the guests represented German and foreign royal houses, including Archduke Franz Ferdinand, representing Emperor Franz Joseph, Grand Duke Michael of Russia, Prince Hendrik of the Netherlands, representing Queen Wilhelmina; the Duke and Duchess of Aosta, representing the King and Queen of Italy; Prince Arthur of Connaught, representing King Edward VII; Prince Albert of Belgium; the Duke of Oporto, representing the King; Prince Ferdinand of Roumania, and the Crown Princes of Denmark and Greece.

Cecilie's wedding gown was "of Russian silver brocade, with a train four and a half yards in length."  The train was attached to the shoulders. The bridal veil "was of old Brussels lace."  Four maids of honor were dress in "pale blue silk," the Crown Prince's favorite color.  The attendants carried the bride's train.  She was also followed by two young pages.   


She will wear a white dress adorned with the costliest lace, for which her dressmaker will receive a check for $25,000; a long white veil and a small wreath of myrtle with the nuptial crown, „The Prinzessinnenkrone „on her head.





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« Reply #280 on: October 21, 2021, 12:04:06 PM »

Prince Ferdinand zu Leiningen (1982), son of Andreas Fürst zu Leiningen (27 november 1955) and Princess Alexandra of Hanover (1959)


Princess Viktoria Luise of Prussia (Viktoria-Luise Kira Ehrengard Prinzessin von Preußen)(2 May 1982) is the daughter of Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia and his 2nd wife Ehrengard von Reden.


Viktoria Luise von Preußen married Ferdinand zu Leiningen on April 29, 2017 in a civil ceremony in Amorbach. The couple was married by Peter Schmitt, the mayor of Amorbach. The church wedding took place on September 16, 2017 in the Princely Abbey Church of Amorbach. At the church wedding, the bride wore the Prussian meander diadem


Bride and groom are rather closely related. They are second cousins once removed.

The wedding dress was by a German designer But internet doesn't allow me to open sites where the designer name is mentioned.




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« Reply #281 on: October 21, 2021, 02:19:51 PM »

Fantastic work Principessa! Thank you so much !  Jumping  Beer
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« Reply #282 on: October 21, 2021, 05:20:07 PM »

Fantastic work Principessa! Thank you so much !  Jumping  Beer

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« Reply #283 on: October 21, 2021, 05:23:11 PM »


Love the dress (sort of reminds me of my own), but the tiara seems too big for her head.
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« Reply #284 on: October 21, 2021, 05:35:41 PM »

Princess Alexandra of Hanover (1959), the 5th child and 3rd daughter of Ernst August, Hereditary Prince of Brunswick, Prince of Hanover (German: Ernst August Prinz von Hannover)(18 March 1914 – 9 December 1987) and his 1st wife Princess Ortrud of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg (1925–1980). She is a younger sister of Ernst August, the current head of the House of Hanover. She is in the British line of succession.

Andreas zu Leiningen (November 27, 1955) is a German entrepreneur, nobleman and since 1991 head of the former Princely House of Leiningen. As this he bears the in-house name of the "8th Prince of Leiningen". Andreas Fürst zu Leiningen was born as the second son of Emich Kyrill Fürst zu Leiningen (1926–1991) and his wife Eilika Duchess of Oldenburg (1928–2016) in Frankfurt (Main). He has been the current head of the Leiningen family since 1991. Due to the second marriage of his older brother Karl-Emich zu Leiningen to the bourgeois Gabriele Renate Homey, the latter lost his right to become head of the house, which is why Andreas succeeded his father post mortem as head of the house in Leiningen. As a descendant of Queen Victoria, Andreas zu Leiningen is also represented in the British line of succession.


Andreas has been married to Alexandra since October 5th, 1981


The couple has three children


I have been searching, but couldn't figure out who designed the wedding dress of Alexandra. Also there aren't many pictures available, at least to me.




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