10 Royal Wedding Dresses to Inspire Your Wedding Day Look

Princess Martha Louise

Princess Martha Louise was wed to Ari Behn on May 24, 2002, at the Nidaros Cathedral in Norway. Her two-piece gown was comprised of a simple A-line dress and a long jacket with a 10-foot train. The gown was made of white silk crepe and was sewn by Anna Bratland. Designer Wenche Lyche made the jacket from off-white duchess satin. Her veil was silk chiffon, and she wore a tiara that belonged to Queen Maud. The princess's entire ensemble was inspired by the Martha Lily flower, which decorated the cathedral at the wedding ceremony.

TLC Takeaway: Don't be afraid to go with a nontraditional, highly structured gown. Brides should wear styles they look good in -- and feel at ease in.

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