The early 1960s wedding gown retained the swing dress volume of the ’50s, but the seams began to streamline and the hems to rise.
Dior’s New Look silhouette was still popular in the early 1960s, but elements of a new decade were emerging. Brides paired their princess wedding dresses with bouffants and veiled pillbox hats. Hemlines grew shorter and shorter.
These amazing color snaps were found by Martin Snelling that show a British wedding in June 1960.