Sarah Burton: Kate Middleton Wedding Dress Designer

The much awaited Royal wedding dress finally is revealed. Kate Middleton looked amazing on this important day as she wore an ivory gown with lace applique floral detail designed by Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen. The well known fashion brand is known for the craftsmanship and high-end detailing which state uniqueness, so no wonder that Kate Middleton, now Duchess of Cambridge, has leaned towards the esteemed fashion house to have her dress designed.

Made of ivory and white satin gazar, the skirt resembles "an opening flower" with white satin gazar arches and pleats. And Kate's bridal flowers contain a touching tribute to her husband to-be - her bouquet includes sweet William.

Kate Middleton Wedding Dress is beautiful, intricate train measures just two metres 70 centimetres - modest in comparison to many previous royal brides. The train and bodice are decorated with delicate lace applique flowers, handcrafted using the Carrickmacross lace-making technique, which originated in Ireland in the 1820s.

Apparently the white train wedding dress was designed to honour British craftsmanship traditions and features a relatively simplistic but uberly-romantic style. The dress is gorgeously embellished and features a lace upper coverage to create an elegant classic-yet modern look.

Kate shows she has her own unique style as she wore one of a gorgeous Sarah Burton wedding dresses. Kate looked dazzling and matched her dress with a gorgeous wedding veil that featured a gorgeous lace lining. The veil was set with a gorgeous tiara that made her look like a true Princess - Kate Middleton Wedding Dress Photo courtesy Getty Images.