Princess Claire of Luxembourg was picture-perfect in a stunning wedding gown, thought to be by Elie Saab, as she walked the aisle on Saturday.
The new princess wowed the crowds in an intricate floral-detailed dress which featured long sleeves and a sheer organza neckline.
The form-fitting gown, thought to be by the Lebanese designer favoured by the Luxembourgish royal family, extended to a flowing train while the embroidered flower detail trailed the length of her veil.
It seems that 28-year-old Claire may have looked to her now sister-in-law Princess Stephanie of Luxembourg for sartorial inspiration for her wedding day. The Belgian-born blonde royal also chose a long-sleeved lace-detailed gown for her Luxembourg nuptials last October.
Prince Felix’s wife chose a glittering tiara to sit atop her luscious brunette locks on her special day. It is believed that she wore the Grand Ducal family’s diamond floral tiara favoured by Grand Duchess Maria Teresa.
The Spanish tiara was a wedding present from the government to Queen Sofia whilst the Danish piece was given to Queen Margrethe by her parents, Frederik and Ingrid.
A pair of dazzling diamond earrings complemented the stunning headpiece.
She wore low-heeled white shoes with a delicate ankle strap which carried on the pretty floral theme and she carried a simple bouquet of white blooms.
An bun that sat at the nape of her neck finished off the elegant effect.
The 28-year-old bride was walked down the aisle by her father Hartmut Lademacher, a German telecoms millionaire.