Katherine Middleton’s wedding dress is now on display to the public at Buckingham Palace. The dress designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen will be featured as the Centerpiece in the Annual Summer opening to the public.
Visitors will be able to view her dress, which will be on display in the Royal Residence under lights on a special platform in the Ballroom.
A few feet from the dress visitors will be able to view the “Halo” Cartier tiara that the Queen loaned to Kate for her April 29 wedding day.
The Tour costs $28.50 and includes vieweings of 19 state rooms a special Royal Fabrege exhibit and a walk in the south side of the garden.
Visitors will also be able to view Kate’s shoes which were made by the team at Alexander McQueen; a replica of Kate’s bridal Bouquet fashioned in silk flowers by wedding florist Shane Connolly; The wedding cake which was designed by Fiona Cairns and three large-scale reporductions of the official wedding photographs showing The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the pages and young bridesmaids, and the wedding party which were taken by photographer Hugo Burnand.
Updated Note – Kate visited the exhibit today with the Queen. She wore a dress by Joseph it is from the autumn/winter 2011 collection. She paired the look with Jimmy Choo ‘Lovely’ pumps in ‘powder pink’ and that pave diamond disc pendant.
To listen to the podcast about the design and Kate’s wedding look click on the link below.
The Cartier "Halo" tiara
Photos courtesy of TheRoyalCollection.Org