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« Reply #1680 on: October 06, 2019, 02:50:21 AM »

I like the royal symbols that were embroidered on Letizia of Spain's wedding dress. These were fleur de lys, ears of wheat. and flowers.     
http://www.queensconsorto...ses-queen-letizia-of.html
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« Reply #1681 on: October 06, 2019, 04:48:38 AM »

Love her bouquet. A bit over the mega minimalist ones a la Kate and Meghan. Regarding the bmaids dresses, I thought CoE didn't allow strapless dresses in weddings.

A quick question, is it normal for British weddings or royal weddings in general to have adult bridesmaids or not? Eugenie, Diana, and Meghan only had child attendants and Kate only had a maid of honor as far as adults.

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In the UK generally the maid of honour is an adult, and having adults as bridesmaids is very popular. Little girls are often flower girls, and despite the Royal weddings, pageboys are getting increasingly rare ☺

Diana had Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones, who was 17 at the time, so not really a child, but not quite an adult either (although only 2 years younger than the bride!!). They were friends, so in that sense, she was closer to a maid of honour.
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« Reply #1682 on: October 06, 2019, 06:33:50 AM »

Love her bouquet. A bit over the mega minimalist ones a la Kate and Meghan. Regarding the bmaids dresses, I thought CoE didn't allow strapless dresses in weddings.

A quick question, is it normal for British weddings or royal weddings in general to have adult bridesmaids or not? Eugenie, Diana, and Meghan only had child attendants and Kate only had a maid of honor as far as adults.

Bea's hat!  Laugh bounce


In the UK generally the maid of honour is an adult, and having adults as bridesmaids is very popular. Little girls are often flower girls, and despite the Royal weddings, pageboys are getting increasingly rare ☺

Diana had Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones, who was 17 at the time, so not really a child, but not quite an adult either (although only 2 years younger than the bride!!). They were friends, so in that sense, she was closer to a maid of honour.

Zara Tindall had only adult attendants, IIRC.
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« Reply #1683 on: October 06, 2019, 11:11:13 AM »

I like the royal symbols that were embroidered on Letizia of Spain's wedding dress. These were fleur de lys, ears of wheat. and flowers.     
http://www.queensconsorto...ses-queen-letizia-of.html

Indeed a very beautiful dress.
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