Marie Cavallier married Prince Joachim of Denmark on May 24, 2008 in Møgeltønder Church, wearing a couture gown designed by David Arasa and Claudio Morelli from the Arasa Morelli fashion house. Calais lace lined with ivory silk faille made in the Loire Valley (appropriate for this French bride) made up the body of her full skirted gown.
Marie was a gorgeous bride who could have pulled most dresses off, and
she sailed right through in a gown that seems, well, made for sailing right
through the checklist of must-haves for any royal bride. There's not a
lot to object to here (my main quibble is the slightly low waist, which
shortens her from some angles); it checks all the
boxes you'd expect a royal wedding gown to check. In an odd way, that
might just be why it never ended up as one of my favorites. Has it classic-ed itself right out of memorability? You be the judge.