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Knowing what we know now about the marriage of Lady Diana Spencer and Prince Charles, it almost breaks my heart to look at these photos. That being said, it was a most extraordinary wedding. In an article published yesterday, the New York Times noted that previous to Diana’s wedding, bouffant gowns were not widely available, let alone popular - she single-handedly brought them in vogue. Their 1981 Royal Wedding also ushered in an era of over-the-top ceremonies and receptions (a trend which didn’t decline in popularity until the recent recession!). Although I myself would rather elope than be studied by an audience of 750,000,000 as I exchanged vows, I can’t help but imagine what it would have been like to walk down the aisle on that day in July..! If Diana’s wedding was a video game, I would certainly buy it.

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YES, I totally get it. PS. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE how you vibe!

04.23.2011 | Unregistered CommenterAn Orange Moon

,,,i watched the wedding of princess diana and prince charles and i remember now having thoughts then of how i wanted my wedding to be similar to this grand event,,,many years later, older and wiser i wish for a simple, less is more, intimate wedding,,,i'll be watching friday the wedding to come,,,

04.25.2011 | Unregistered Commenterrebecca

A Princess Diana wedding video game-it sounds magical!

04.25.2011 | Unregistered CommenterLena

i was in europe that summer and watched the wedding at a resort on top of some mountain in switzerland....it was a lot of fun listening (but not understanding) all of the comments in so many different languages from the people around us. the entire world seemed to be enthralled with THE WEDDING.

i actually saw diana and charles entering a movie premiere in london a few weeks before the wedding. cool moment.


04.26.2011 | Unregistered Commenternanne

i'm with you! i would hate to have such a public wedding but part of me wonders what it's like as well. i can't wait to see what this generations' wedding will hold!

her dress was huuuuge. not me, but i can see how it was cool for the occasion.

05.1.2011 | Unregistered Commenterbridget

I am not sure I would agree with the New York Times. My wedding gown (1978) had sheer bouffant sleeves, same neckline with ruffles. Mine was a subdued version and I would not say that I was fashion forward - I think it was a trend...

05.4.2011 | Unregistered CommenterJayne

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