To be honest, there is no detailed record in history. However, the recorded ancient Egyptian civilization dates back to 4000 hieroglyphics left by the ancient Egyptians and records many details about their lives, including marriage customs. The ancient Egyptian bride's wedding party traditionally wears a multi-layered pleated tulle skirt in white linen. This may be the earliest wedding dress in the world.
(I'm sorry I didn't find a wedding gown. This is a map of ancient Greece.)
In ancient Rome, white represents joy and a symbol of wealth. The religions of ancient Greece and ancient Rome stipulated the image of the gods and goddesses of the Pantheon. Each god represented an aspect of life. At the same time, every aspect of life penetrated into wedding ceremonies, thereby giving wedding and wedding accessories. Symbolic meaning People often wear white on festive occasions, and weddings are no exception. The bride wears a brand new white Tunica robe presented by her parents as a symbol of the girl's purity. Moreover, the Heracles knot of Hercules was affixed to Tunica. This knot can only be solved by the groom.
The earliest recorded bride wearing a white wedding dress may be Princess Filipp, daughter of Yingli IV of England. In 1406, when she was only 12 years old, she was wearing a Tunica robe and was dressed in a white satin cloak with a suede and silver rattle. (PS: Tunica is called Dianiga on the Internet, but it has no provenance. Actually called Tunica is a kind of baggy tunic like a nightgown. Tunica's composition is very simple, with two pieces of fabric to stay. The collar and cuffs are sewn on both sides and shoulders, usually white.)
The change of wedding dress for nearly 100 years is also white or ivory without