Kate Middleton's Royal Wedding Dress to Go on Display

The Dress

"The lace appliqué for the bodice and skirt was hand-made by the Royal School of Needlework, based at Hampton Court Palace. The lace design was hand-engineered (appliquéd) using the Carrickmacross lace-making technique, which originated in Ireland in the 1820s. Individual flowers have been hand-cut from lace and hand-engineered onto ivory silk tulle to create a unique and organic design, which incorporates the rose, thistle, daffodil and shamrock," according to the Royal Web site.

The princess wants to give the public "the opportunity to see, close-up, the skilled British craftsmanship" of her Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen gown.

Kate Middleton's lace Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen wedding dress will soon be on display in the U.K.

The princess "is considering a number of options to give members of the public the opportunity to see, close-up, the skilled British craftsmanship that went into the making of her wedding dress," a Clarence House spokesperson tells Entertainment Tonight. PHOTOS: What Kate Middleton and famous guests wore to the wedding

While the location has not yet been named, ET believes it could be on display at Hampton Court Palace, the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace or The Victoria and Albert Museum. PHOTOS: Kate Middleton and Prince William say "I Do"

While Middleton's dress was lauded by critics, another wedding-goer's wacky fashion also earned a lot of attention. PHOTOS: Famous royal weddings

Princess Beatrice's Philip Treacy hat was widely mocked online and even had a Facebook page dedicated to it called "Princess Beatrice's ridiculous Royal Wedding hat," which had more than 123,000 followers as of Monday morning.