Well Baguettes, you have done it. You have picked a final two where I will not be able to vote because I cannot decide which is the winner. They are both that good. Here they are, our top two: Manuel Pertegaz (Letizia Ortiz Rocasolano) I'm dropping what LuckeyGirl posted last week, since she says it… Continue reading Great Wedding Gown Game – Trains: Final Two
After a weekend of a real-time wedding, Wedding Gown Game Day is here again. As most wedding guests spend the bulk of the ceremony looking at the back of the bride, the train is an important feature of the gown. The first question is - why are we even running this game? How different can… Continue reading Great Wedding Gown Game – Trains
The wedding ceremony (or blessing, since they were civilly married earlier this year) will be held in Athens at the Metropolitan Cathedral where both Philippos’ parents and grandparents were married. He will be the first member of the family to marry at the cathedral since the monarchy was abolished in the seventies. Pre-Wedding Information No… Continue reading Open Post – Wedding of Prince Philippos and Princess Nina (nee Flohr) of Greece – Updated!
Here we go, your chance to vote for your preferred "wedding ensemble from the neck up". We aren't in the least surprised at the finalists. They've been royal favorites for a long time, for very different reasons. Charlene Wittstock Her Serene Highness wore a low chignon and a vintage diamond ornament on loan from her… Continue reading Royal Wedding Game – Tiaras, Coiffures, and Veils Top Two!
Hey, it's top five time! In no particular order, here are your choices for the five best wedding looks from the neck up. Charlene Wittstock Not surprisingly, HSH Princess Charlene - then Charlene Wittstock - made this list. This look has always been a favorite of royal watchers despite - or maybe because of -… Continue reading Royal Wedding Game – Tiaras, Coiffures, and Veils Top Five