Prince William finally made Catherine Middleton his princess with pomp, circumstance and great style. Here's a run-down of who wore what to the Royal Wedding.
Best Man: Prince Harry, who was best man at the wedding, wore the Blues and Royals officer’s uniform.
Part-Time Girlfriend: Chelsy Davy, Prince Harry's on-off opted for a modest emerald green dress byAlberta Ferreti and topped it off with a fascinator.
The Beckhams: Victoria Beckham chose to wear a dark slash-neck dress from her own Autumn/Winter 2011 collection, teamed with a small circular hat perched on the front of her head.David picked a Ralph Lauren morning suit, slicked-back hairstyle and a pale grey tie and wing-collared white shirt. His CBE medal was pinned to his lapel.
Dipped in blue: Socialite and friend of the couple, Tara Palmer-Tomkinson was spotted in an off-the-shoulder gown, with flowing sleeves, and an eye-catching electric blue hat, similar to the one Victoria Beckham had on.
Bespoke: Elton John wore a custom made Richards James morning suit.
Mother-of-the-bride: Carole Middleton chose an ice blue silk dress by Catherine Walker, one ofPrincess Diana's favourite designers. She wore a matching blue frock coat over the dress. A tourmaline and diamond pendant and matching earrings were designed for Mrs Middleton by Robinson Pelham.
Maid of Honour: Philipa Middleton’s dress was designed and created by Sarah Burton atAlexander McQueen. It is of a heavy, ivory satin-based crepe, with a cowl front and with the same button detail and lace trims as Cathrine’s dress. The young bridesmaids’ dresses were designed by childrenswear designer Nicki Macfarlane and have been created using the same fabrics as the bride’s dress.
Beauty in Simplicity: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth is wearing an Angela Kelly designed single crepe wool primrose dress with hand sown beading at the neck in the shape of sunrays. Matching double crepe wool tailored primrose coat. An Angela Kelly designed matching crepe hat with hand made silk roses and matching apricot coloured leaves. Jewellery included Queen Mary’s True Lovers Knot broach.
Elegance Galore: Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall was dressed by Anna Valentine, the designer who created her wedding dress. She teamed her outfit with patent Jimmy Choo pumps.
British alright: Samantha Cameron picked a jade drape Burberry dress. The British prime minister’s wife complimented it with an orange scarf, statement necklace and nude shoes.
Hat's On: Philip Treacy designed the royal wedding headwear Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie of York.
Just Married: Prince William chose the uniform of Colonel in the Irish Guards.
Duchess of Cambridge: Cathrine, now a duchess, looked breathtaking in the Victorian-inspired Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen wedding gown. The veil is made of layers of ivory silk tulle and held in place by a Cartier ‘halo’ tiara. The earrings, by Robinson Pelham, are diamond-set stylised oak leaves with a pear shaped diamond set drop and a pavé set diamond acorn suspended in the centre. The wedding shoes by Alexander McQueen are made of ivory duchesse satin with lace.