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The tradition of a bride wearing a white dress was made popular by Queen Victoria in the 19th century.
Queen Victoria married Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha on 10th February 1840, wearing a simple white dress with a pleated skirt. More »
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18 Apr 2011 ... When the question “Why do brides where white” is asked, the most frequent ... some traditions involved with wearing white and luck in the late 18th century. ... Kate will almost certainly have one in her bouquet come the 29th.
I know alot of people think that Queen Victoria was the first one to wear white at her wedding and that the tradition started from there. However ...
the girl wears white as a sign of purity "virgin". i think its funny how so ... Queen Victoria wedding in 1840 made white wedding dress tradition