Crown Princess Margarethe of Denmark

The bridal tiara was a wedding present
to her grandmother the Princess Margaret
of Connaught from the Khedive of Egypt.
The veil was made with designs of small
bows, lilies and lilies-of-the-valley.
It too was a wedding present to Princess
Margaret of Connaught from the Irish lace
makers. Both have become family wedding
heirlooms for female decendants of the
late Queen Ingrid (born a princess of Sweden).
The Danish Crown Princess’ wedding
gown was of silk and a beautiful
lace material. The brides dress had
a square shaped neckline, which was
slightly low. With long sleeves,
accented at the shoulders and loose
(not fitted) at the ends. The gown’s
sleeves are wrist length.

The waist area is well fitted. The
front of the dress was made of lace,
with the silk meeting at the sides
forming two seems. The bride wore a
large and beautiful daisy brooch. A
wedding gift from her mother, which
also honors her nickname: Daisy. The
dress extends to the ankles forming a
A line skirt.

The train of the dress looks as though
it could be longer than 6+ meters. The
end of the train is squared off.

The bride carried a bouquet of Daisies.