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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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Royal brides before Victoria did not typically wear white, instead choosing "heavy ... Etiquette books then began to turn the practice into a tradition and the white ... More
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In Western cultures, brides often choose a white wedding dress, which was made ... most will wear the red traditional garment for their formal wedding banquets. More
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www.glamour.com/weddings/blogs/save-the-date/2014/07/we...
25 Jul 2014 ... The tradition of a bride wearing "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue," comes from an Old English rhyme.
www.arabiaweddings.com/tips/fashion/history-white-weddi...
Where Did the Tradition of Wearing a White Wedding Dress Come From? ... Although brides choose white to symbolize purity of the soul, white did not become ...
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6 May 2010 ... White was a mourning color, and brides would wear it when they had ... Although I really like the idea of a bride wearing jewel tones (thinking deep ... If white for brides only “came in” with Victoria, how come Mrs Elton, in Jane ...