The bride Pippa was a radiant bride in a bespoke Giles Deacon creation - crafted to give the impression of being seamless. Th lace bodice is embroidered with pearl detailing over an organza and tulle underskirt, which has layer upon layer to enable a floor-sweeping movement. It's a privilege to show the craftsmanship that It's a beautiful gown, the cut out detail on the back offers a romantic twist on an elegant design. The dress was perfect for Pippa! - The bride wore a veil by milliner Stephen Jones made from fine tulle with a dégradé of embroidered tulle. Pippa's 'Maidenhair Fern Tiara' with matching headpiece was hand made by Robinson Pelham. - Pippa's earrings are a familiar pair: the bride wore the Robinson Pelham diamond drop earrings which were originally commissioned for the royal wedding in 2011. - Her shoes are the Manolo Blahnik Seneca style. - The bridal bouquet by Lavender Green flowers was a collection of Peony, Sweet Pea, Astilba, Fressia, Waxflower, Green Bell and Alchemilla mollis.
The Duchess looked regal in a bespoke Alexander McQueen dress. She chose a somewhat less dramatic look for her sister's nuptials - an understated pale pink, ankle-length dress, which she paired with a matching fascinator by Jane Taylor. - The Duchess wore a striking morganite pair of earrings by Kiki McDonough. Rebecca English noted the special edition pair are worth £7,000 and completed the look with her Gianvito Rossi Praline Pumps.
The brides mom; Carole Middleton For her daughter Pippa Middleton's wedding, Carole Middleton wears a pale pink Catherine Walker coat dress.
James Middleton’s girlfriend Donna Air , 37, arrived in a demure cream Emilia Wickstead coat dress. The white coat dress had subtle pale yellow accents and is from the designer's SS17 collection. Donna accessorised with a cream hat that looked like a Jane Taylor design, a striking pink clutch.
One of the bridesmaids was Princess Charlotte. I think she's a perfect mixed of Windsor-Spencer-Middleton. William's blue eyes and lips, Catherine's hair colour, Queen Elizabeth II's facial expressions when she was toddler, and a little touch of Pippa Middleton, Lady Sarah Chatto, and Princess Eugenie of York. On the occasion of her birthday, some media commented that in 20 years she will be a world fashion icon. Unfortunately, I will not be given this opportunity, but I am sure that in 20 years I will have a fashion icon and most probably her name will be Dimitra