Vestido de novia (campesina) -Inglaterra- 1841 Materiales y técnicas:algodón, medio llena de ropa, cosidos a mano. revela el tipo de ropa esposas trabajadores rurales podrían usar para sus bodas. Estos objetos tienden a sobrevivir en cantidades mucho más pequeñas que vestido de novia de moda como lo habrían sido usados ​​para el domingo más largo después del evento. un diseño de moda por su vestido con sus mangas, escote, los hombros se reunieron bajo y falda llena.

Edward Molyneux, Silk Moire Wedding Gown. British, 1948.

Wedding Dress, c. 1837.

Wedding Dress Trimmed with Mixed Lace, Worn by Eliza Penelope Clay. London, 1865.

A beautiful Regency dress with a pdf pattern.

1869 wedding gown of Elisabeth of Wied, Queen Consort of Romania

Wedding dress and petticoat, 1791, England; silk, linen, cotton, wool, baleen.

Day Dress, ca. 1840.

Wedding Dress, England, Great Britain: 1857 (made), Figured silk trimmed with silk fringe, buckram stiffening. "Wedding dress of ivory figured silk with a pattern woven 'en disposition' of formal flowers with an undulating band above and a scalloped band below. The dress consists of the evening bodice attached to the skirt. The bodice has a low, wide, pointed neckline, short straight sleeves covered with gathered bands of matching tulle, and a point front and back. The waist is trimmed...

Wedding Dress With Shoulder Cape (Satin edged with swansdown) 1840 -- English

1869 wedding dress of Queen Elisabeth of Romania.

Wow... c. 1805-1810 Embroidered Empire Muslin Gown

Wedding dress Place of origin: London, England (probably, made) Date: 1828

Vestido de fiesta de 1845/50, de color marrón oscuro de seda de tafetán, volantes, canutillos, vestido de cóctel de satén, 1950 rosado, flores de seda con adornos de tela, pedrería y abalorios

Dress 1849, British, Made of silk

silk brocade gown , matching shoes and straw hat worn by Jane Bailey to her 1780 marriage to James Wickham.

Beaded gray wedding dress, 1891

Silk-brocaded wool wedding dress, English, 1837-38.

Wedding Dress of Cream Silk.

Wedding Dress, Paris, France (attributed, made), England, Great Britain (worn): 1828, silk crêpe over satin, embroidered with silver, silk lace, embroidered silk shoes. "Associated with the marriage of the Honourable Frances Barrington to William Legge, 4th Earl of Dartford in 1828, family history states this was made in Paris"

Embroidered Wedding Dress, 1734, reworked circa 1830s. Pale celadon silk with floral embroidery