I know that most people are talking about Kate and her beautiful dress but I want to talk about her hot sister, Pippa!
My lesbian brides who choose to wear a dress frequently do not wear a traditional wedding gown, but often something simpler, even from bridesmaids' collections. Pippa, Kate's sister and Maid of Honor, wore a stunning modern, understated (white!) McQueen dress that I believe will find its way into lesbian weddings. This dress epitomizes the essence of many gay weddings that are fantastic blends of the traditional and the very unexpected.
For the grooms, I think it would be stunning but I don't expect to see any of my men walking down the aisle in military uniforms anytime soon! I've had grooms in morning suits only once before, though and they looked so handsome - I'd love to see that again! For grooms who want a very classic wedding experience, a wedding a grand old estate or mansion, this is a fantastic look. And, wow, James Middleton is a great looking guy.
As I've mentioned before, my favorite part of any wedding is the ceremony, whether it's a 5 minute ceremony or a 45 minute ceremony. That's truly what everyone is gathered for. And just because it's "only a ceremony" doesn't mean it can't look stunning.
I loved how the florist, Shane Connolly, at the request of the bride and the groom, really brought the outside in for the ceremony. The trees were not only dramatic but also reflective of the couple's personal values. It's a beautiful aesthetic that's more than just a trend. It has a modern, yet classic look and of course the color pop in Westminster Abbey finishes it off stunningly. We will be using loads of greens at a very modern wedding later this year.
Did you find any design inspiration from the Royal Wedding?