On Sunday the 20th of May 2017, Pippa Middleton married her fiancé James Matthews at St Mark’s Church in Berkshire.
The bride wore a stunning white wedding dress designed by British fashion designer, Giles Deacon.
In a short statement, Mr Deacon said he was thrilled to work with Pippa on the wedding dress. He confirmed that the dress is constructed with a cap sleeve, high neckline and featured a corseted bodice with draping to the front and a heart-shaped detail at the back.
A look at the heart detailing on the back of the gown, plus her veil:
Of course, Kate attended her younger sister’s wedding. She chaperoned the page boys and flower girls, including her own two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Kate chose a blush pink dress by Alexander Mcqueen. The dress is a bespoke piece, which means it is not part of the designer’s ready-to-wear collection, nor can it be purchased from any store.
The rose pink midi dress featured a v-neckline, full sleeves, peplum detailing and soft pleats.
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Kate accessorised the pink dress with her Gianvito Rossi shoes in Praline suede. You can just about see them in the photo below. They’re a favourite of hers – she wears them often.
She owns the heels in three additional colours: red, black and burgundy (view more details here). At the time of writing, the ‘Praline’ suede version can be purchased from Selfridges.com for £470, or a similar colour can be purchased at Net-A-Porter.com for $670 USD.
She wore a pink hat by milliner Jane Taylor. It appears to be a bespoke piece, handcrafted just for Kate. The hat features a rose in the centre.
Finally, Kate accessorised with a pair of Morganite Double Drop Earrings by jeweller Kiki McDonough.
We’ve not seen the Duchess wear these earrings before, they appear to be new. Earlier in the year, Kiki McDonough uploaded a picture of the earrings to Instagram, where she described them as “pretty and elegant”. They’re from the designer’s Special Editions collection. They’re no longer available to buy online.