It was a very busy weekend for the Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden who wed her fiancé Daniel Westling on Saturday.
Prior to her wedding day she wore two custom-made Elie Saab Couture dresses.
For her wedding reception on Friday which was hosted by the Prime Minister at Stockholm City Hall, she wore her first Elie Saab Couture dress.
The designer created the short lilac crêpe dress which was draped on one side and held in place with organza petal and beaded embroidery.
The short sleeve dress with subtle padded shoulders was paired with gold pumps.
Crown Princess Victoria arrived at the gala concert at Stockholm Concert Hall on Friday evening wearing her second Elie Saab Couture look of the day.
Her gown was inspired by the gown presented on the Spring 2010 Couture runway, with a few differences including floral appliqués on the hem of Princess Victoria’s skirt and no shoulder pad.
Elie created an asymmetric nude-coloured lace gown which was embroidered with beads and pearls.
Crown Princess Victoria and Daniel Westling were married at Stockholm Cathedral in Sweden on Saturday.
She wore a refined duchess silk satin white gown by Swedish designer Par Engsheden, and she carried a bouquet which had a number of Amazon lilies.
I absolutely love the simplicity of her gown which is perfect for the Princess.
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