Bianca latimer keeps the wedding dresses in the family "I just took the mike and told everyone about the dress and the history behind it and how it's great to see grandma and grandpa are still together and in love, as are my parents,"Bianca said. "To me the dress is a symbol of that forever togetherness, and that's what i really treasure about it. " The 58yearold magnolia nottingham lace garment which symbolises fertility and good luck was in pristine condition thanks to the care it received from her 84yearold grandmother violet joel and her mother jenny dinuzzo. Mrs joel wrapped the gown in blue tissue paper and stored it in her glory box after her wedding almost 60 years ago. But 29 years later, daughter jenny decided to try it on for fun before falling in love with it before her big day. "We were lucky that at that age we were all 24 inch waists. " Mrs joel returned the dress to its tissue paper casing and box after its second spin down the aisle until bianca's engagement early last year had her hunting for a"Lacey"Dress of her dreams. "The dress was always in the back of my mind because i've known two generations have worn it and i thought a third would be so precious,"Bianca said. "Then there was the hurdle of getting it to fit right, but when i tried it on and it fit me like a glove, i just knew that it was the dress for me. " Just four alterations appointments were required to remove the dress' sleeves, with the excess material used to line minor holes in its lace bodice before its third parade. Mrs dinuzzo said it had been a"Fairytale moment"As bianca made her way down the aisle Cheap Prom Dresses UK on saturday. "Mum was in the row behind me and i was taking photos of her reaction.She was just gleaming with pride,"Jenny said. "My breath was taken away with how gorgeous she looked.It really is a work of art. " The priceless gown, which was originally purchased for 50, is being primed before being tucked straight back into storage, and bianca admits the family's topic of conversation has moved to discussing whether the fourth generation will keep up the tradition.