After the success of its spring season in Paris, Diaghilev presented for the first time in 1909 a ballet wedding flats company in Paris, including a few of the best dancers of St. Petersburg and Moscow. It is also the first time a representative is recognized as choreographic spectacle in its own right, interventions that have been previously danced reduced to animate operas or operettas. In 1911, the company is presented in Diaghilev's own name during a performance in London. It therefore takes up residence in Monte Carlo. In 1938, when Massine became artistic director, the company changed its name to the ballet wedding flats Russe de Monte Carlo and emigrates to the United States during the Second World War. Massine remained until 1945, with the intention to continue the principle of original Ballets Russes. In 1942 the first of Agnes De Mille Rodeo won a tremendous success, as in consultation and Bourgeois Gentilhomme by Balanchine in 1944 and Night Shadow in 1946. However, the company is dissolved in the early 50s. Refounded in 1954, the company failed to gain notoriety of yesteryear and disappears after the 1962-1963 season. Through the intervention of HRH Princess of Hanover, the Ballets de Monte-Carlo in the Principality is reborn in 1985, realizing the wish expressed by HSH Princess Grace of Monaco. The first show was born December 21, 1985 distributing many guest artists including the Paris Opera. . . September girls, aged about seven years, were chosen as bridesmaid's royal wedding. A bridesmaid is from Monaco, six. In April 2011, HRH Princess of Hanover made with Jean-Christophe Maillot, director of the Ballets de Monte-Carlo, the wish that the costume workshop. Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo is a unique structure which includes the Ballets de Monte-Carlo, Monaco Dance Forum and the Academy of Dance Princess. wide. Sign of the quality of the costumes that he carried, the workshop of Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo was honored in 2009 to conduct a formal wear for HRH Princess. To celebrate the royal wedding, the desire of HRH Princess of Hanover was inspired by the traditional dress of Monaco. Jean-Michel Laine, director. the costume shop to whom this task has been assigned, has conducted extensive historical research to know every detail of this outfit. flower symbol of the region. The study of many documents revealed that this suit was related to the eighteenth century in its original form. He continued. then evolve to the present. Together with HRH Princess of Hanover, Jean-Michel Laine has developed a first prototype. The choice was made. back to the origins of this suit, considered more modern than its subsequent versions. To celebrate the royal wedding it was ennobled by choice. - On each deck was embroidered in the monogram of the royal couple, the name of the Principality of Monaco and city of origin of each bridesmaid. - Tapes neck black velvet decorated with the gold cross of Provence. The crosses were offered to girls by HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco. . . .