(Read Part 1 here)
Before we look at more gowns, let's pay tribute to the best looking man of the day. Yes, Prince William was very handsome in his uniform, and Harry was charming too, but my vote goes to long time eye-candy David Beckham.
That man knows how to dress! The slick hair, the morning suit, the top hat(!), and that magnetic smile, he is hotness personified. Posh is a lucky woman indeed.
[I am not a big fan of her dress - the colour is severe, and the silhouette is a bit bag-like. I like the hat though.]
Back to the women. I loved this as soon as I saw it on TV.
This is Charlene Wittstock, the fiancee of Prince Albert of Monaco. The hat and the wide collar are just divine.
The jacket looks a bit top-heavy in full view, but overall I think it is a lovely outfit.
It's great to see a dress at the ceremony rather than coats and suits. I love the patterns on the dress of Princess Letizia of Asturias, and the colour is fabulous too.
Moving on from the wedding ceremony, there are some gorgeous evening gowns.
Here is Sophie, Duchess of Wessex at the pre-wedding dinner.
Ignoring the very visible tan lines (yikes!) I think the dress is unique without being over the top. Her necklace is gorgeous too.
And Princess Eugenie looked gorgeous at the same event.
It is hard to believe that this is the same woman who wore that strange and unflattering blue outfit at the ceremony.
The mother of the bride, Carole Middleton, wore a beautiful pleated and tiered gown at the wedding reception.
Another winner from the wedding reception is the wedding cake!
official wedding website.
Finally, it's time to reveal my favourite photo of the wedding day.
Prince William poked his tongue out while whisking his bride away in an antique Aston Martin, the Duchess laughing and waving, and the L-plate with love hearts. A candid moment capturing the personalities of the newlyweds. So beautiful.
On that note, it's time to say adieu! May William and Kate enjoy a lifetime of happiness and adventure as husband and wife <3