Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, and Princess Sofia of Sweden attended a preview of a new Swedish ‘Royal Wedding Dresses 1976-2015′ exhibition at the Royal Palace of Stockholm on October 17th. The exhibition, which features the Wedding Dresses of the Queen and Swedish princess, marks the 40th wedding anniversary of King Carl Gustav and Queen Silvia. “Royal Wedding Dresses 1976-2015” begins at the Royal Palace on 18 October 2016 and runs until 12 March 2017.
One of the highlights of the exhibition was Queen Silvia’s 1976 Dior gown. Her wedding veil, the Cameo Tiara, and the dresses of the bridal party was also included. Click HERE to learn more about her wedding.
Crown Princess Victoria’s 2010 Wedding Gown was made by Swedish designer Pär Engsheden. The clothes of her attendants as well as her pre-wedding gown were also on display. Click HERE to take a look at her wedding.
Princess Sofia’s 2015 Ida Sjöstedt gown was displayed alongside her veil, attendants dresses, and her reception gown. Click HERE to learn more about her wedding.
Princess Madeleine’s 2013 Valentino wedding gown was also included in the exhibition, along with her veil, pre-wedding gown, and wedding reception gown. Click HERE to leran more about her wedding.
A very special surprise came in form of Princess Lilian’s wedding gown of ice blue silk shantung with bell sleeves made for her by her long-time friend and designer Elizabeth Wondrak. Click HERE to take a look at her wedding.
Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, and Princess Sofia viewed a preview of the ‘Royal Wedding Dresses 1976-2015′ exhibition on October 17th. They listened to a speech by a curator, before having a private tour of their wedding dresses. Queen Silvia also gave a speech.
Queen Silvia wore a mauve coat and dress with a white & grey pearl necklace and a floral brooch. Crown Princess Victoria wore a Whyred dress. Princess Sofia repeated the the plum Gucci from Prince Nicolas’s christening.
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