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Old 05-27-2008, 02:34 PM
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Marys dress was clearly a light-blue, I've seen it from a distance of approx. 1,5 metres, at it was definately light blue
You were present in Denmark at that moment and you were standing that close to everyone? Lucky you, I'm jeolous Did you take any pictures yourself?
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Old 05-27-2008, 02:54 PM
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I have always thought Joachim looks so much older than Frederik, who has a real "baby face". I was surprised to learn that he is younger.

I haven't been so much impressed with Ms Cavallier, but I think she is the most beautiful Royal bride since Maxima of the Netherlands.

Joachim's children are so adorable, I could eat them up with a spoon!
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Old 05-27-2008, 02:55 PM
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You were present in Denmark at that moment and you were standing that close to everyone? Lucky you, I'm jeolous Did you take any pictures yourself?
I've tried to make photos, but unfortunately it was impossible
First I was standing near the church on the street, and there it was where I saw Mary that close (and wow, she has the most perfect skin I've ever seen)
After the ceremony I was at the gate to the cemetery, I've seen the royals quite good, but the pics I took aren't good.

But I've took very nice pictures of the village and the the church (it was open on sunday), I've eaten wedding cake at "mormors lille cafe and meet Maries
aunt and another relative there.

It was a very exiting sunny weekend.
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It was a very exiting sunny weekend.
I can imagine! :)


Beautiful picture of Mary and Frederik
http://www.media3.allerinternett.no/...&ee=1211717498

Märtha and Ari
http://www.media3.allerinternett.no/...&ee=1211717498

The awesome threesome
http://www.media3.allerinternett.no/...&ee=1211717498

Joachim and his boys
http://www.media3.allerinternett.no/...&ee=1211717498

all pics: Prins Joachim tok til tårene - SEHER.NO : Danmarks kongehus
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Elsa, we always share the same opinion about wedding gowns!
Extremely boring dress, very "Pronovias" style.

Oh but I love "Pronovias!" They have breathtaking designs. I admit that in some photos the bride's gown looks deceptively simply...but up close the detailing on the embroidery is just beautiful. And her hair, tiara and veil are the last word in exquisite.

I agree with the poster who said this was a much more beautiful wedding than the Peter Phillips one...this wedding had a real "Royal" feel to it and even though Autumn Kelly looked lovely, there was something about that wedding that just had a sort of "redneck" vibe to it.

No offense to any Britons, or rednecks for that matter!
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Old 05-27-2008, 06:27 PM
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I can imagine! :)


Beautiful picture of Mary and Frederik
http://www.media3.allerinternett.no/...&ee=1211717498

I know this is off topic but Wow! Mary does look very thin here. Maybe it is the angle or the dress that gives that effect.
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Oh but I love "Pronovias!" They have breathtaking designs. I admit that in some photos the bride's gown looks deceptively simply...but up close the detailing on the embroidery is just beautiful. And her hair, tiara and veil are the last word in exquisite.

I agree with the poster who said this was a much more beautiful wedding that the Peter Phillips one...this wedding had a real "Royal" feel to it and even though Autumn Kelly looked lovely, there was something about that wedding that just had a sort of "redneck" vibe to it.

No offense to any Britons, or rednecks for that matter!

Totally, totally agree!
Hated Autumn's hairdo --- all that hair around her face --- hairdo was too flat. She needed more color in her face --- more make-up would have helped.
The bridemaids' dresses with the obvious tan lines --- this wasn't a garden or beach wedding. I'm surprised that the bridesmaids didn't walk down the aisle wearing sunglasses - Hollywood style! They were getting married in St. George's Chapel! So old and historic --- show some class for crying out loud!
Just shows that all the money in the world cannot buy class
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Old 05-27-2008, 07:52 PM
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Im a bit late but congrats to the couple,the bride looked lovely,her dress is simple and nice! Princess mary looked stunning as always!!!
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I agree with the poster who said this was a much more beautiful wedding that the Peter Phillips one...this wedding had a real "Royal" feel to it and even though Autumn Kelly looked lovely, there was something about that wedding that just had a sort of "redneck" vibe to it.

No offense to any Britons, or rednecks for that matter!
Totally, totally agree!
Hated Autumn's hairdo --- all that hair around her face --- hairdo was too flat. She needed more color in her face --- more make-up would have helped.
The bridemaids' dresses with the obvious tan lines --- this wasn't a garden or beach wedding. I'm surprised that the bridesmaids didn't walk down the aisle wearing sunglasses - Hollywood style! They were getting married in St. George's Chapel! So old and historic --- show some class for crying out loud!
Just shows that all the money in the world cannot buy class

The strapless gowns in historic St George's were a bit much, weren't they?? They should have worn shawls. And there is one picture where Zara Phillips is yacking it up and her boobies were about to spill out of her dress. As a matter of fact, there was several young women who seemed to be busting out of their gowns. I know that Peter isn't Royal technically but he IS the monarch's grandson, after all.

The whole look of the Marie-Joachim wedding reminded me of a Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale, right down to the uniforms the men wore. The guests looked Royal and/aristocratic and yet it had warmth and family too. I was pleasantly surprised because frankly I have not been that impressed with Miss Cavallier up to now. But this is a good start!
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Her dress reminded me of Hermione Granger's pink dress in Harry Potter's Goblet of Fire, which she wore in the film.

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Pity you didn't see the wedding directly on TV.
I had an uninterrupted live stream to my laptop and considering it's a 19 inch screen, the clarity was wonderful. A beautiful occasion to have witnessed.
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I think we have at least two maybe three swedish royal weddings before a wedding in the UK.
Including Victoria's?
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they dont shows the ball pics,guys?
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Just a reminder that this thread isn't for discussions of Peter Phillips's wedding; we have a thread for that in this forum too.

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Isn't Martha Louise wearing the ribbon of her order across the wrong shoulder?
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Isn't Martha Louise wearing the ribbon of her order across the wrong shoulder?
No.

The ribbon of the Elephant order is worn across the left shoulder. Märtha wore it like the other Royals who wore the blue ribbon with the Elephant order.

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I liked Princess Marie's dress on her. It suited her petite frame and didn't overpower. It would not have liked it on somone of Mette-Marit body type. She did look the part of a princess.

I agree with CaliforniaDreamin in saying that this was a good start.
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What I didn't like was Marie's tan. It looks fake !
I agree! It reminds me of those horrible spray tans that are so popular with American celebrities.
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Does anyone have a link to a photo of the cake (I know that the reception was private, but perhaps some photos have been released)? I have searched everywhere, but have not been able to find anything.
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