TAKING the internet by storm, Jessica and Chris are the latest in a growing list of women to wear a traditional wedding dress on the big day.
Jessica, from Sydney, took the plunge for her husband, Chris, and wore the gown for a day of festivities.
“I felt it was something that needed to be done because it is a way to show respect to our family and friends and to be able to celebrate our special day,” she said.
Ms Jones, from Melbourne, also opted for the traditional style.
“It was the only way that I felt like I could be myself at this time,” she told ABC Radio Melbourne.
“I thought it was an important piece of clothing that could really show who I am as a person and a woman.”
It was just about making the most of what we have got.
“The bride’s father, David, who lives in Sydney, said it was a big deal for his family to be recognised for their work in the wedding industry.
He said he had never seen his daughter wear a wedding dress before.
Mr Jones said he was also proud to be involved in a tradition that had been around for hundreds of years.
A wedding dress is traditionally worn for a wedding in honour of a married couple.
The dress is made from a wool or silk fabric and usually measures up to 30cm in length.
The bride and groom typically wear the dress for two hours before their reception.
The wedding is held at the wedding chapel or chapel at the home of the couple, which usually lasts about 15 minutes.
It is a traditional and important day in the lives of many people.
Women and men alike can wear dresses in their own right, but the traditional wedding gown has become popular for a number of reasons.
One of the main reasons is the fact that the wedding is a time for the family to meet and bond, and a symbol of family ties.
Another is that wearing the dress is seen as a sign of respect.
Many people who attend weddings wear the traditional dress, including many of the celebrities who perform the ceremony.
Other reasons are the fact it is thought it is symbolic of a marriage, or a wedding is only meant to be held in one place, and is attended by only a few people.