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Royal Wedding Gown Game – Contemporary Top Five

People just love wedding dresses. We know this because we had an avalanche of votes on this poll. The five top winners are moving on, but rest assured all your favorites got lots and lots of votes.

EDIT – I took the videos you posted in the comments and moved them up here, as well as adding a video of Victoria. She doesn’t start walking until about 2 minutes in, if you want to jump a head. Beatrice Borromeo is a wily minx, who kept her wedding gown away from the video cameras. But I’ll keep trying!- LiL

Here are your choices for the top five:

Crown Princess Mette-Marit/Ove Harder Finseth 

This was an insanely popular choice. We’ll see if this gown holds on to your hearts through this round of voting!

Crown Princess Victoria/Pär Engsheden

The consistent favorite remains just that – a consistent vote-getter! A minimalist’s dream.

Beatrice Borromeo/Armani Privé

Now things are getting interesting. La BB and a shower of lace – on the gown, the train, and the veil – have entered the top five to give the minimalist gowns a run for the money.

Princess Eugenie/Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos

The heart melts. This is a new gown to our top five lists, and one with many sentimental callbacks to her mother and grandmother.

Queen Maxima/Valentino

Lace may be a little underserved in this list, but it does peek out of the folds of this much-beloved loved gown and is the defining feature in the long veil.

We are done winnowing down choices and are into brass tacks. Unlike the preliminary ballots, where you could vote for as many choices as you wanted and as many times as you wanted, there are parameters on this vote. You can vote for two choices, and you have only one chance to take the poll. It will remain open until July 15, at 12:00 p.m. ET. Make it count!

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Pick your two favorites.