While Princess Eugenie's breathtaking Peter Pilotto wedding gown was unforgettable, with it's custom ivory jacquard fabric folded just so to create a draped shoulder, purposeful dip in the back and sweeping train, her second bridal look was just as stunning.
All these details contributed to the subtle and obvious differences that created the iconic weddings, which were viewed across the globe.
Finally, Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank are pictured at Royal Lodge, Windsor, ahead of a private dinner.
Mother of the bride Sarah Ferguson joins other members of the royal family and the groom's family for an official photo.
The bridesmaids and page boys, including Prince George and Princess Charlotte, arrive for the wedding of Princess Eugenie of York and Jack Brooksbank in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, near London, England, Friday Oct. 12, 2018. They include Prince George and Princess Charlotte, the children of Eugenie's cousin, Prince William, and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge.
Another shot captures the ninth in line to the throne in a Zac Posen silk gown as she heads to the evening reception with her new husband.
There is also a black and white image of the couple kissing during their carriage procession.
The US designer said he was inspired by the beauty of Windsor and its surrounding countryside, and picked the colour of the dress to reflect the blush of an English rose.
He also took inspiration for the design from the White Rose of York.
The silk for the gown came from the British mill Biddle Sawyer Silk, the palace said.
Rather than the neatly styled bun, she wore for during the ceremony, Eugenie instead wore her hair out, held back with a hair slide that belongs to Her Majesty The Queen.
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