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Josefine 02-27-2009 12:16 PM

Victoria and Daniel's Wedding Suggestions & Musings
What date do you thgink it will be

June 19th is a low odds why
June th is on a Saturday 2010
The wedding day of King Carl Gustaf and Silvia 1976
The wedding day of King Karl XV and Lovisa 1850

Storkyrkan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

is there any other alternatives in Stockholm if you think about the history and the amount of seats it takes?

I do not think the crown Princess will walk doen the aile with her father
i think she will walk togather with daniel or by her self.

Wedding Dress ; Probebly a swedish Desuiger
Pär Engsheden!
Lars Wallin

Her mother had Dior

Tiara; the odds on the Cameo tiara but ia m not to sure, i think maybe connaugh tiara its a bit softer and not as heavy easier to find a wedding dress to the iara. I think Carl Gustafs sister Christina wore the connaugh tiara, the other wore the cameo tiara

Jacknch 02-27-2009 12:55 PM

For an early summer wedding, I think June 5th or June 12th would be ideal. However, as June 19th is just a couple of days before mid-summers night, it could be a romantic time to get married and the party could go on all night!

I think the wedding will take place in Storkyrkan as it looks to me like the biggest church in Stockholm - the other's seem slightly smaller to me and the more space the better!

I think Victoria will be given away by her father and walk down the aisle with him - but if not, it would be great for the happy couple to meet at the entrance and walk down together. I cannot imagine she will walk down the aisle on her own unless it's a Swedish tradition?!

Ccile 02-27-2009 01:00 PM

Of course the wedding's ceremony will take place at the cathedral of Stockholm, near the royal palace!

Do you think the dinner and party will be at the royal palace or at Drottingholm???

I guess she will wear a dress made by a swedish designer!

The wedding will be at the end of may or at the beginning of june I guess

Royal Fan 02-27-2009 01:01 PM

Wedding Day June 22 shell walk with her Father what are the Wedding vows for the Church of Sweden?

sgl 02-27-2009 05:21 PM

I really hope that she wears a dress designed by a Swedish designer, especially since she will one day be the Queen of Sweden. For some reason, I cannot imagine her walking down the aisle with anyone but her father. They seem to have a close, loving relationship.

Stefan 02-27-2009 05:39 PM

There is no Tradition of giving the bride away in Sweden. Most likely she walk down the aisle with Daniel. Also the King and Queen walked down the aisle together and Silvia was not given away by her father.

HRHofNothing 02-28-2009 06:34 AM

Father giving the birde away though tradition sends the wrong kind of message for the first woman who will be soverign despite the presence of a fully capable brother.

lilnana 02-28-2009 08:05 AM

I personally would hope she doesn't wear the Cameo Tiara for the wedding. I think it would be much better if she were to use the Cameo for the pre/post wedding gala, and wear another dimond tiara for the wedding. Like the nine-prong would be lovely, I'm not user how the connaugh would look like with a veil and god forbid she even so much as go near the buttons. The amethyst one would be a big no also, so would the ruby one (the name escaspe me at the moment) and the steal cut one. I rather not see her in the fringe one since it we see it so often. I doubt she would so much as even think of using the braganza tiara so that would leave the nine-prong the next best bet if she doesn't go with the Cameo. While I think the Cameo is really unique, it might limit the choices in wedding gown styles (like how the Queen went with a very simple gown). Besides all the other crown princesses will be wearing dimond tiaras to the wedding and it would be a bit odd if the bride wasn't. I think some one brought up the idea of Victoria getting a new tiara (or was it in the other theard?); I think that would be highly unlike due to the high cost of the wedding.

I little off topic but: I think the buttons would be so much nice if something was done about how they were re-set somehow, the 6 button one has not one, but two rows of dimonds, a lazy design and a waste as only princess Lilian looks good in it.

Leslie2006 02-28-2009 02:49 PM

I have a feeling Victoria's dress will be made by a Swedish designer. I wonder, though, if it will have some lace on it? I could see her in something lacey. Maybe she'll wear her mother's veil too? Do they have 'maids of honor' in Scandinavia? or 'groomsmen'? or does the Swedish church do something different?

jinigirl 02-28-2009 03:47 PM


Originally Posted by lilnana (Post 901022)
I'm not user how the connaugh would look like with a veil

The Connought Tiara with a veil looks like that :flowers:

sgl 02-28-2009 03:50 PM


Originally Posted by Leslie2006 (Post 901170)
I have a feeling Victoria's dress will be made by a Swedish designer. I wonder, though, if it will have some lace on it? I could see her in something lacey. Maybe she'll wear her mother's veil too? Do they have 'maids of honor' in Scandinavia? or 'groomsmen'? or does the Swedish church do something different?

I'm not sure about royal weddings, but I do know that Victoria and Madeleine have been bridesmaids in their friends' weddings, which were in Sweden. I was wondering the same thing-if Victoria would have Princess Madeleine as her bridesmaid.

jinigirl 02-28-2009 04:08 PM


Originally Posted by jinigirl (Post 901183)
The Connought Tiara with a veil looks like that :flowers:

More pictures of Princess Christina wearing the Connought Tiara for her wedding in 1974
Royal Weddings Message Board: Re: Swedish weddings Margaretha & John 30-06-1964

I think the Connought would be the best choice for Victoria

Royal Fan 02-28-2009 07:21 PM

Are there Bestmen in Sweden

suztav 02-28-2009 07:46 PM

Here is my wish list for the wedding:

1.) She's escorted down the aisle by her father
2.) She wears the Cameo tiara
3.) All of her royal godchildren are her bridal children:rofl: ... Ingrid Alexandra, Amalia, Konstantine Alexios, Christian -- Eleanore will probably still be too young -- perhaps, Isabella, too!

4Pam 02-28-2009 08:29 PM

I think the Connought Tiara would be a perfect wedding tiara. It's beautiful

RubyPrincess168 03-01-2009 02:58 AM

I'd like to see.......
  • Her father, the King walk her down the aisle.
  • Her sister as the only adult bridesmaid and her brother as best man.
  • Her royal godchildren as young bridesmaids and pages.
  • Her wearing the Ruby & Diamond tiara in the style of graduated heartshaped elements, descended from Princess Margaret of GB. It has the height of the Cameo or the Braganca but it's more romantic.A more probable reality would be CPsV wearing the Baden fringe tiara though. A nightmare would be her wearing one or both of the Button tiaras. It would take a jewelery genius to combine the ten buttons into a beautiful tiara fit for a queen.
  • Her dress will not doubt be made by a Swedish designer. CPsV tends to have a fairly simplistic daytime style, but evening wear style is hard to pin down. I'd like to see her is a fairly simplistic dress with a touch of lace, but then that seems to be the wedding trend of the current Crown Princesses.

Boris 03-01-2009 07:07 AM

- In Sweden, there is no tradition of a 'best man' at weddings.
- There is no tradition of the bride being walked down the aisle by her father either.
- The Edward VII ruby tiara is a very interesting idea indeed, I would like that very much. The one obstacle is that the ages-old story about the fight over the tiara's ownership between the King and his uncle Prince Sigvard would be dragged out again by the media, and I don't think the Bernadottes would take that risk at the wedding.
- Re-setting the buttons, which are not buttons but rosettes, in a beautiful new tiara could be done fairly easily, IMO. An uneven number of them would be essential, and incorporated in a light foliage diamond design of stems and leaves, e.g. seven of them could be turned into a very nice flower tiara.
- I don't think that CP Victoria uses any designer currently who is really up to the job of a future Queen's wedding gown, neither in terms of design expertise nor craftmanship. The worst would be Lars Wallin, Per Engesheden is only marginally better. As Queen Silvia saw no reason to use a Swedish designer, Victoria might still surprise us as well.

RubyPrincess168 03-01-2009 08:03 AM

Where do her tastes lean in terms of non-Swedish designers? Her mother's dress was by Dior or Balenciaga? She's certainly got the time to canvas a large array of designers.

Boris 03-01-2009 09:07 AM

Queen Silvia's dress (a mixed blessing) was by Marc Bohan for Dior.
While the Queen dresses exclusively in non-Swedish designs these days (the last time she wore anything made in Sweden must have been twenty years ago), CP Victoria's evening wear has been mostly by Swedish designers so far.
On the other hand, for daytime clothing she has been wearing Natan, Escada, Armani and Laurel, among others.

Josefine 03-01-2009 02:28 PM

what do think about ABBA or something connected with ABBA for example the great music from Björn och Benny could be part of the pre wedding festivities like it eas at the king and silvias wedding

YouTube - ABBA - Dancing Queen At The Opera
from youtube

here Anne -frid and The queens about the evening

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