Something like this would be entirely appropriate. I'm thinking it's the wrong period for you, but it's still very nice.
"The Young Victoria" was a decent movie with a lot of nice costumes. Admittedly a little on the boring side for me. The historical Victoria was a rather boring monarch herself, who spent much of her reign withdrawn from society and content to let the political power of the monarchy wither away (like muscles that never get exercised) in exchange for bolstering the monarchy's image as the nation's ideal first family. It's certainly a long way from the time when kings rode into battle and hacked off infidels' heads.
I do love Prince Albert's jacket, and the tall collars in general. Some of those jackets have false sleeves, of which I'm sure there is a name for but which I've forgotten. But they are cool.
But I wouldn't want to have a Victorian-themed wedding since that's already the basis for the modern white wedding, in many aspects. In fact, I wouldn't actually want a wedding anywhere near as formal as what the Vicotiran period conjures. Give me steins overflowing with ale, food served in breadcrust trenchers with no silverware, a roaring fire in a stone hall, and dogs running about for you to wipe your hands off of while they eat the scraps. And people beating each other up between the tables with wooden sticks.