I’d probably do things a little different but when the Crown Prince of Luxembourg marries I guess there are traditions to follow. Although perhaps an Elie Saab creation is not so traditional?
Well, quite traditional, but beautiful. I love the longer sleeve and I think her veil looked magnificent. She did look stunning. She spoke in Luxembourgish (that does not sound right) and they exchanged rings made from fair trade gold. What sweeties.
I hear teadrop bouquets are making a comback after the handtied posies have reigned for a while. They still scream 1990s to me but I am willing to have my mind changed about them. Are you a teardrop bride?
I’m never sure about orchids.
Oh the cuteness. Are dressed up pages boys back in fashion? And who doesn’t love a good sword arch!
A slightly awkward kiss, but gosh I only had to kiss Bean in front of a handful of people. Bless them. They are cute. I really do hope they are happy together. Apparently, Guillaume, who will become Luxembourg’s seventh grand duke, was Europe’s last royal bachelor. Although have they forgotten about Harry? Or does he not count?
Perhaps the best part of any royal event is “Hat Watch” and I rather enjoyed myself and the hats.
Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex (do they draw a short or long straw as it’s always them who attend the European weddings?). I do rather like her hat.
Yes we like this and I’m enjoying her dress too, although it seems a little casual?
Princess Maertha Louise of Norway made the right choice. Lovely accessories.
Oh Princess Mary. We are not at a grouse shoot. No, no, no.
Did you notice the wedding this weekend? Do you look to royals for a little inspiration?
Or are they just a little too much?