Kate Middleton Has Inspired 52% More Brides to Wear a Veil and Other Fun Royal Wedding Facts

Think the only trend Kate Middleton started after the Royal Wedding was an uptick in long sleeved wedding gowns? Think again. According to research released by Brides magazine, 52% of American brides are more likely to wear a veil, and there's been a 200% increase in inquiries for horse-and-carriage rentals. (Yeah, that's right. Horse and carriage rentals.) There's also been a 25% bump in sales of red aisle runners.
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Think the only trend Kate Middleton started after the Royal Wedding was an uptick in long sleeved wedding gowns? Think again. According to research released by Brides magazine, 52% of American brides are more likely to wear a veil, and there's been a 200% increase in inquiries for horse-and-carriage rentals. (Yeah, that's right. Horse and carriage rentals.) There's also been a 25% bump in sales of red aisle runners.
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Think the only trend Kate Middleton started after the Royal Wedding was an uptick in long sleeved wedding gowns? Think again. According to research released by Brides magazine, 52% of American brides are more likely to wear a veil, and there's been a 200% increase in inquiries for horse-and-carriage rentals. (Yeah, that's right. Horse and carriage rentals.) There's also been a 25% bump in sales of red aisle runners.

I wore a long sleeved lace dress to my wedding, but I got married six days before the Duchess, so I can safely say I was not inspired by her production. Will you be?