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A Royal Wedding! All the Details on Princess Stephanie’s Nuptials, From the Gown to the Hats
  • Over the weekend, Countess Stephanie of Belgium and Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg married in a lavish two-day ceremony. Read on to see her gorgeous gown and the spectacular hats worn by some of the guests!

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  • The 28-year-old bride arrives at the Cathedral of our Lady of Luxembourg wearing a spectacular Elie Saab gown.

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  • The bride wore a simple tiara with a cathedral-length lace veil.

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  • Here, a closer look at the lovely lace details on her veil.

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  • Like any good princess-to-be, the bride's dress featured a jaw-dropping train. 

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  • The bridesmaids wore soft peach-colored gowns with bow details at the back.

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  • The flower girls and ring bearers were decked out in bold blue and orange.

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  • After the ceremony, the dashing bride and groom greeted their adoring public from a balcony.

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  • Later in the evening, the bride changed into a chic white dress and matching wrap to watch the fireworks display held in honor of the royal couple.

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  • Of course, this being a royal wedding, the hats on display among the wedding guests were worthy of a double-take. Here, Princess Maxima of the Netherlands dons a feathered confection. 

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  • Princess Marie Chantal of Greece wears an architectural gray fascinator. 

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  • Countess Diane of Nassau wears a bold scarlet fascinator.

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  • Princess Victoria of Sweden's hat featured loads of tulle and delicate flowers. 

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  • Countess Luisa de Lannoy wore one of the event's more avant garde headpieces -- a sculptural ribbon with little feathers. 

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  • Nathalie Hamilton also opted for a tulle headpiece in a moody shade of purple.

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  • Princess Sophie of Wessex wore a sweeping black topper, embellished with feathers.

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  • Princess Caroline of Hanover sported a tulle-topped confection that matched her taupe dress. 

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  • Princess Maertha Louise of Norway also opted for neutral tones, wearing a chic dark gray hat with a silvery dress. 

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  • Princess Tessy of Luxembourg was also a vision in gray in this dramatic headpiece.

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  • Countess Alice de Lannoy wore a bright red hat whose silhouette resembled a simple sun hat—albeit with a dash of whimsy, courtesy of a few well-placed feathers.

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A Royal Wedding! All the Details on Princess Stephanie’s Nuptials, From the Gown to the Hats


A Royal Wedding! All the Details on Princess Stephanie’s Nuptials, From the Gown to the Hats


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While Kate Middleton and Prince William may have had one of the most publicized royal weddings in history, a ceremony took place this weekend in Luxembourg that was just as spectacular.

Countess Stephanie of Belgium (now Princess Stephanie) married Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg in a dazzling two-day ceremony, wearing a jaw-dropping Elie Saab gown which featured a cathedral-length veil and a train for days. True to form, the guests—many of them royalty themselves—put on their best finery (and their most elaborate hats!) to celebrate the royal couple.

Here, get a peek at all of the elaborate fanfare surrounding the big day—from the bride’s gown to the flower girls.

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