Okay Jewelry Lovers here it is… your first look at some of the most gorgeous wedding pictures of all time. If any of you stayed up last night and watched the wedding in real time, then you already know what we’re talking about.
We waited on the tips of our toes for the royal brigade to pour into Westminster Abbey. Chelsy Davy wore Alberta Ferretti, Carole Middleton wore Catherine Walker, Camilla Parker Bowles wore Anna Valentine and Samantha Cameron rounded it out with a stunning Burberry number… all to die for!
The Queen, not to be outdone wore lemon yellow with some gorgeous accessories and the royal fellas turned out in full military regalia.
But the dress everyone was waiting for was Kate’s – an antique lace, Forties line confection with a deep v-neckline and corseted bodice, made by Sarah Burton, the long-time assistant to British fashion’s enfant terrible Alexander McQueen. The designer’s hallmarks of a strong but feminine silhouette were softened in ivory and White satin gazar, while the train ran to over 2 meters. ( The Independent)
As Kate spoke, William looked DIRECTLY into her eyes and held her hand. He was focused intensely on his bride. When William spoke, she gazed directly into her husbands’ eyes. Because for William and Kate, this was NOT really a royal event. This was the culmination of an eight-year-long love affair that has led to deep love and commitment (Hollywood Life)
Overall, it seems like an impossible feat to have an intimate wedding when nearly 2 billion people are watching, but they did it. Watching William and Kate on screen, you can tell how meaningful every word was and how much they really love each other. We are excited to see where the future takes William and Kate and we wish them nothing but the best! xoxo