It is not a surprise that every bride wants to have as much attention as she can get on her D-Day. Some even use this day to get that much-wanted world recognition; case in point, a Chinese bride who walked down the isle flaunting the world’s longest wedding trail. Well, this bride can say bye-bye to her short-lived fame as Romania’s Andree Salon fashion house has unveiled a 1.85-mile-long ivory train. Floating high above a main boulevard in Romania’s capital on Tuesday, this piece of bridal attire was recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest wedding train in the world.
The train, which took 100 days to stitch, was crafted by a team of 10 seamstresses. 4,700 meters of taffeta, 5.5 meters of Chantilly lace, 45 meters of lining, 1,857 sewing needles and 150 spool threads went into making this train. The lace was imported from France, while the taffeta and other fabrics were purchased from Italy, costing approximately £5,000 ($7950).
I wonder who will be the lucky bride to flaunt this train.