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Choose from 362 pictures in our Marriages collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Royal Wedding 1947 - bride and bridesmaid dresses Featured Print

Royal Wedding 1947 - bride and bridesmaid dresses

A fairytale wedding gown by Norman Hartnell for Princess Elizabeth, in itself a tribute to British skill in design and workmanship. Cut on classic lines in ivory duchesse satin, it is lavishly enriched with pearl and crystal embroidery. The 15 ft train of pearl embroidered ivory silk tulle falls from the shoulders beneath the enveloping folds of the crisp tulle veil. The Winterhalter style dresses for the bridesmaids in ethereal white tulle over satin are scattered with syringa flowers in applique satin embroidered in pearl and crystal. The going-away ensemble in love-in-the-mist blue is on the right; shoes to go with it in elasticated mushroom beige suede are shown, with the bridal shoes and bridesmaids head dress above. Date: 1947

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Royal Wedding 1871 - wedding cake Featured Print

Royal Wedding 1871 - wedding cake

A magnificent royal wedding cake for the wedding of Princess Louise to the Marquis of Lorne in 1871, made by Queen Victoria's chief confectioner at Windsor Castle. It was 5 ft 4 inches high with a diameter of 2ft 6 inches. The base was decorated with white satin, bearing coats of arms, the initials L.L. entwined with blue, wreaths of orange blossom, and small vases containing small flowers. Within an alcove above the base was fountain with doves drinking and around the miniature temple were four statues representing Agriculture, Fine Arts, Commerce, and Science. The upper part was crowned by a figure of a vestal virgin. All the figures and ornaments were, staggeringly, made of sugar. Date: 1871

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mar

Wedding of Venetia Stanley Featured Print

Wedding of Venetia Stanley

The Hon. Venetia Stanley (1887 - 1948), youngest daughter of Lord and Lady Sheffield on her way to her wedding to the Hon. Edwin Samuel Montagu, Financial Secretary to the Treasury under Prime Minister Herbert Asquith. Asquith was also close to Venetia, and wrote frequently to her, on not just a personal level, but also to seek her advice on political matters. Venetia converted to Judaism for her marriage - causing much interest in the press - and The Sketch magazine describes the wedding as very quiet indeed owing to the war. After the wedding was celebrated, according to Jewish ritual, at the house of the bridegroom's brother, Lord Swaythling at 28 Kensington Court on 26 July 1915, there was a small luncheon party but no formal reception. Date: 1915

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans