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Princess Eugenie's stunning wedding gown is one that we certainly won't forget about in a hurry. Designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos, the brand is known for its modern feminine silhouette and tailored shapes. The gown featured a corset, fitted bodice and full pleated skirt and was just breathtaking. We especially loved the neckline - it folded around the shoulders, then dropped to a low back that cascaded into a flowing full-length train. James Ellis, Director of Ellis Bridals said: "Princess Eugenie's wedding dress choice was timelessly elegant; she managed to strike out on her own with sophisticated simplicity
When Princess Eugenie wed Jack Brooksbank, she didn’t forget the age-old tradition of ‘something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue’. The ninth in line to the throne was lucky enough to borrow the Queen’s Greville Emerald Kokoshnik tiara. And although we imagine she wished that was her something ‘new’, in fact this was the emerald drop earrings gifted to her by the groom - aww! The ‘something old’ is yet to be revealed, but it was her ‘something blue’ that was unique and interesting. Princess Eugenie opted for a handful of blue thistle flowers nestled in her bouquet.