David and Elizabeth Emanuel designed the famous gown with the huge puffed sleeves, 25-foot train (which got badly crushed in the carriage) and 10,000 handstitched pearls accenting the ivory silk taffeta and antique Carrickmacross lace that had belonged to Queen Mary.
The Tiara: The diamondencrusted Spencer heirloom was so heavy it gave Diana a headache.
The celebration of Catherine Middleton and Prince William’s marriage on April 29, 2011, is impossible to forget—from the revelation of the top-secret dress to the aisle of Westminster Abbey lined with 20-foot trees.
Queen Elizabeth II wore the brightest shade of primrose yellow, and maid of honor Pippa Middleton wore an ivory dress that caused a sensation with its wgure-hugging form. In 2014, Pippa admitted that the dress may ºhave wtted a little too well,” joking, “As I have found out, recognition has its upside, its downside and—you may say—its backside.”