The Princess of Wales' wedding dress with extravagant skirt and huge sleeves proved to have influenced the 1980's brides a lot.
In the previous decades, the bridal gowns were designed in restrained outlines. In the 1980s, most of the brides wanted something different like a fairytale crinoline and tiara. Waistlines of the wedding dresses had already gone to the natural position.
Davies got married with Thomas Barnes in 1979, when the skirts of wedding dresses had already begun to get fuller. Glynnis's wedding gown was made from ribbon lace with wide spreading train. With her wedding veil attached to the back of her matching headband, she carried yellow roses as her wedding flowers.
Then we are here to talk about the famous princess Diana in history. She had a great royal wedding with a great dream princess wedding dress which made her look like a girl from a fairy tale. After that, wedding dresses like hers become a fashion. Everyone picked wedding dresses with full skirts gathered to the waist, and big sleeves to the elbow. Also they will add flounces and bows and lace embellishments to the bridal gown. Fabrics like taffeta and silk are becoming popular. Her wedding flowers were trailing greenery.
However, it soon became clear that not all of the brides would look wonderful with a wedding dress like that. The styles of wedding dresses in fashion were always changing as the times gone!