In a ceremony infused with tradition, Miss Catherine Middleton was married to H.R.H. Prince William of Wales. The moving hour-long ceremony held at Westminster Abbey was noted for its grandeur, dignity, and deeply Christian theme. It also resonated with British history and pomp. The excitement was palpable surrounding the wedding for days and had reached a crescendo once Catherine Middleton stepped into the car ready to whisk her to the Abbey. Eyes strained to see what the bride was wearing and the crowds were not disappointed. Catherine looked sublime in a beautiful gown of ivory and white satin with a lace bodice, her face covered by her veil. The bride’s arrival at Westminster Abbey thrilled the waiting crowds. As she emerged from the car, Catherine offered everyone a vision of elegance. The commoner bride was set to become a royal in the most historic of churches. A fairytale moment, the most anticipated event in decades, had arrived.