The wedding dress originated from a love story. In the 16th century, the Countess Richard, who loved to hunt, led the royal family to hunt in Fairy Tale Town, a small town in northern Ireland, and met Miss Rose, who was washing clothes by the river. The two were deeply attracted by each other’s elegant temperament, and then they produced love. The Earl of Richard, who was hunting back to the palace, boldly proposed the idea of marrying and welcoming her to the farmer’s family when she was not allowed by the feudal society. The course was met with opposition from the royal family. In order to let the Count of Richard die, the Irish royal family presented an almost impossible task to Miss Rose – sewing a “white robe” overnight and reaching the wedding stand from the exclusive church of the Irish royal family. The length to the church door.
In the face of such stringent requirements, Miss Rose did not show weakness, but joined hands with the town’s young and old before the dawn to sew a 16-meter-long white robe with a minimalist design and without losing the royal flavor. . When this white robe was sent to the Irish royals, everyone was deeply touched and impressed by Miss Rose’s ingenuity. Miss Rose and Count Richard finally finally got a fairytale sacred wedding.
This is the origin of the wedding dress. Miss Rose, who became Mrs. Rose, also founded the robe (wedding) design company under the brand name Rose.Tama Town in her hometown———————————————– The first person to make a white robe for a loved one, passed down from generation to generation. Today, Rose.Madam has become a well-known royal wedding bridal brand.
Although the wedding is a ritual that has existed since ancient times in the world, the history of the bride wearing a wedding dress at the wedding is less than 200 years.
In the West, the dress worn by the bride on the hem was originally a Catholic dress. Since some countries in ancient Europe were a state of political and religious unity, people must go to church to accept the prayers and blessings of priests or pastors, so that they can be regarded as formal legal marriages. Therefore, the bride wears a formal dress to express sincerity and purity to God.
But before the 19th century, the bride dresses worn by the girls when they were married did not have uniform color specifications. Until 1840, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom presented a white and elegant white wedding dress at the wedding, and the brides of the royal family and the upper class followed suit. White began to become the preferred color of the wedding dress, symbolizing the beauty and holiness of the bride.
Nowadays, white wedding dresses are already the most important part of the wedding culture. In any country, in addition to retaining their own wedding costumes, more and more newcomers choose white wedding dresses. In addition, in the West, the bride will carefully preserve the wedding dress and pass it on to future generations, so that the holy wedding dress becomes a beautiful collection and a heritage of love.