There were many more guests who attended the wedding of Princess Madeleine of Sweden and Christopher O’Neill this afternoon in Stockholm, Sweden.
Princess Mette-Marit of Norway: The princess was my favourite of the guests, looking divine wearing a soft pastel-blue Emilio Pucci tiered lace gown with a delicate cape. The look was styled with a matching clutch and amethyst tiara.
Princess Charlene of Monaco: The princess, who attended the ceremony without her husband Prince Albert, wore another Akris gown during this royal celebration. On this occasion she wore a strapless ruched mocha coloured peplum gown which she styled with a chiffon shawl draped over her shoulder while carrying a crocodile clutch in the same mocha hue.
Princess Mary of Denmark: The princess opted for a vibrant hue wearing a bright pink lace gown with a matching chiffon cape featuring a satin trim. A blue-and-yellow sash, royal order family brooch, silver clutch and a stunning diamond tiara completed the look.
Princess Tatiana of Greece: The princess selected a gown in the same pastel-blue hue as Mette-Marit, however, Tatiana’s gown was strapless with a ruched bodice and flowing skirt and train. She of course added some sparkle to her look with drop diamond earrings, and a stunning tiara, while a navy sash and striped clutch provided the finishing touches.
Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece: We all know that arriving to a wedding wearing white is a no-no, however, Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece looks divine in her simple white Valentino Couture gown with an embellished neckline and waist, which was styled with a tiara, navy blue sash and silver clutch.
Crown Princess Stephanie of Luxembourg: With a shimmering silver sparkle glimmer off Crown Princess Stephanie of Luxembourg’s gown, I’m not a fan of her gold jewels.
Princess Marie of Denmark: My second favourite from the guest list was Princess Marie of Denmark in her pretty pink gown. The lightly embellished gown with a nipped in waist was styled with a blue sash, matching pink clutch and, of course, a tiara.
Sofia Hellqvist: This lady caught my eye. Firstly because I thought she selected a white gown – it is in fact pale-lavender. Secondly because I loved the simplicity of her look, which she styled with a crystal clutch and gold-leaf earrings. Had she opted for silver earrings, this would’ve been high on my list of favourites.
Sophie, Countess of Wessex: The Brits were represented at the event by Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex. Sophie decorated her pale pink gown and matching clutch bag with a blue-and-red Royal Victorian Order sash.
Queen Silvia of Sweden: The Queen, aka the mother-of-the-bride, wore a jade-coloured silk organza gown with embroidered silk lace and Swarovski crystals. She styled it with Queen Sofia’s tiara, plus she wore the Order of the Seraphim on a ribbon with a brilliant grand star.
Princess Martha Louise of Norway: The princess also wore an Emilio Pucci gown. When we think of Pucci, we think of ultra mini, uber sexy dresses worn by the likes of Kylie Minogue and Ciara, however, Peter Dundas proves he can make a gown fit for a princess by dressing two royals for this grand occasion.
Princess Anna of Bavaria: Opting for a more vibrant purple hue, the princess subtle chiffon gown was styled with silver accessories.