Fashioned by designer Stewart Parvin, one of her grandmother the Queen’s favourite couturiers, it was a stunning creation.
The young royal selected the gown from bridal shop The White Room, very near to where she lives with her rugby beau in Gloustershire.
Simple yet sculpted, the shape of the graceful gown accentuated her enviable silhouette and gave centre stage to Zara's natural charm.
The dropped-waist bustier was a nod to her youthful and fashion-forward style, while the gently curving organza straps lent a sophistication to the simple dress.
Boasting extravagant layers of silk tulle, the veil cascaded over her pleated full skirt and modest train to form a perfect teardrop.
And it was held gently in place by the Greek ‘Key’ tiara, lent to Zara by her mother, Princess Anne. It was once owned by Princess Alice, the mother of Prince Philip.
The dazzling creation consists of a brilliant cut diamond surrounded by a diamond wreath, and sat perfectly upon the bride’s hair, which had been swept up into a chic chignon.
She was accompanied by her proud father, Captain Mark Phillips, who escorted her from the car to the church.
Seconds before she entered, Zara turned and waved to the several thousand who have been patiently waiting in the streets for her arrival.
Her groom arrived over an hour before the wedding - to the pleasant surprise of guests and media alike.
Meander Tiara is a crown that her mother Princess Anne wore many times. It has a strong modern feel and clean lines. It lays low on the head and although encrusted with many diamonds set in platinun, it has a rather understated look.
The design features a center brilliant cut stone and a 'Greek Key' motif. The central diamond is flanked with a wreath detail.
The Queen gifted the tiara to Princess Anne in the early 1970s. Princess Anne wore the tiara many times including on her 50th birthday. The Queen who originally had the tiara, never wore it in public. The Queen alway seems to opt for very ornate pieces.
The public was surely excited to see the tiara. The inclusion of the sparkling jewel added to the fairytale quality of the royal wedding.
Zara wore a silk cathedral length veil to accent the tiara. She selected designer Stewart Parvin to design the silk faille and duchess satin gown. Her shoes were designed by Jimmy Choo. What a glorious look.
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