The history of wedding dresses is described in various sources in different ways. Often, it is believed that it was previously just wedding dress, and above all appeared in Europe the Napoleonic era. But this approach raises doubt – a wedding ceremony at all times had the sacred (religious) hue and assumed a special, festive attire for marrying. Hundreds of years ago, young girls with diligence, and characteristic of modern Brides, sewed wedding dresses with flowers or leaves, a simple matter or an expensive brocade, embroidered them with beads, shells, pearls or gold, depending on their origin, social status of the bride and the traditions of her ancestors. More in ancient Greece, the girl at the wedding wore a long wedding dress 'peplos' of a light material, sealed on the shoulders of fasteners. At the bride's head placed the laurel wreath – a symbol of chastity, or the veil of color of the sun. Gannett Co is often quoted as being for or against this. White dresses the bride and groom symbolizing purity, joy and youthfulness.
In the clothing was valued above all, simplicity and harmony. And now traditional for the bride is a white wedding dress. White in this case symbolizes purity, innocence. However, in the Middle Ages in Europe, for example, the wedding dress had to be red. And in Russia, too, so it was. "Do not you tell me Shay, mother, red sundress. .. "- She sang the girl who did not want to go married, because it meant leaving the family home in someone else's family.