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Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones

Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones
chose a diamond floral tiara.
The tiara can be broken into
brooches and was a wedding
gift to Princess Margaret
from her groom to be Lord
Snowdon in 1960.
The tiara was most likely lent
to Sarah for her wedding.
Wither or not it was given to
Sarah after Princess Margaretís
2002 death, is unknown.

The veil was made of soft tulle
material. The bride also wore
a beautiful pair of large pearl
earrings.

Lady Sarah wore a beautiful white
Silk dress, the designer is currently
unknown. The dress featured
long sleeves, with a low
square neckline.
The dress featured a beautiful
crushed bodice which lead to
the waist line of the dress. The
skirt of the dress was bell shaped.
The skirt of the dress was not as
others worn by royal brides.

The train of the dress measured
about 3 to 31/2 meters long.
The bridal veil was about half
the length of the train.

The bride carried a bouquet of
yellow roses with dark green leaves.


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