Jenny Packham's celebrity client list could read like a movie roll call, with some of her most famous customers including Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, Cameron Diaz and the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton.
The British fashion designer can add Kim Sears to her list, following the wedding of the pretty artist to tennis ace Andy Murray over the weekend.
Kim, who follows in the footsteps of other A-lister Jenny Packham brides including Halle Berry, was the epitome of romance on her big day.
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Kim Sears joins a host of other celebrities including Angelina Jolie and the Duchess of Cambridge, who are fans of Jenny Packham
She donned an ultra-feminine wedding dress that swept the floors of the Dunblane Cathedral as she made her grand entrance, narrowly escaping the downpour of rain outside.
The bespoke, vintage-style gown looks to have been inspired from Jenny's autumn/winter 2014 collection.
Kim's ivory dress featured a plunging V neckline – a trend that will probably emerge as a favourite for other brides this year – and a full silk chiffon skirt on top of layers and layers of underskirts.
The Daphne from the designer's 2014 range bears a striking resemblance to Kim Sears' bespoke gown minus the sleeves
In true Jenny Packham style, the gown was embellished with glitz and glamour in the form of Swarovski gems and crystals, embroidered onto the three-quarter length sleeves and high waistband. The back of Kim's dress scooped low, revealing a fair bit of skin, but her trademark locks and her long veil helped to cover her up.
For brides wanting to copy Kim's style, Jenny Packham's collection has similar pieces. The Daphne from the designer's 2014 range is perhaps the most similar, featuring the same neckline and glitzy touches to the waist and shoulders.
Jenny Packham's Molly gown features the same flowing full skirt
The Billie from Jenny Packham's classic collection isn't far off either, although this dress has slightly more daring cut-out, off-the-shoulder sleeves.
One of the designer's trademark styles seems to be the sweeping full skirt, as it appeared on not only Kim's dress but also the Molly and the Ellie from the 2014 range.
Or, brides can wait to see Jenny's new 2016 collection, which will be unveiled on Friday.
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