Pippa Middleton officially became a bride when she tied the knot to James Matthews on May 20, 2017. For the occasion, Kate Middleton’s former maid of honor did not disappoint. The 33-year-old wore an elegant dress designed by Giles Deacon. The bespoke ivory dress featured cap sleeves, a high neckline and corseted bodice with heart shaped details on the back.
VER GALERÍA Pippa wore an ivory bespoke Giles Deacon gown for her wedding Photo: Getty Images
Giles, noted that the dress came together with the touch of hand-applied details and the brides vision. “I was thrilled to work with Pippa on her wedding dress," the London-based designer said in a statement. "The bespoke silk cotton lace was hand appliqued to create an illusion of the dress having 'no seams'. The lace bodice is embroidered with pearl detailing over an organza and tulle underskirt, which has layer upon layer to enable a floor sweeping movement."
VER GALERÍA The new bride customized her look with a veil by Stephen Jones and tiara and earrings by Robinson Pelham Photo: Getty Images
Giles, who was seen earlier in the year visiting the bride at her London home with mom Carole, continued: "It's a privilege to show the craftsmanship that my team produces in London and a real testament to Pippa's support of British fashion." To complement her gorgeous gown, the new Mrs. Matthews wore her hair in a delicate chignon with a tulle Stephen Jones veil on top. The headwear was embroidered with pearls and paired perfectly with a custom Maidenhair fern tiara by Robinson Pelham. Keeping her jewelry to a minimum, Pippa wore the same Robinson Pelham earrings that she wore to sister Kate’s 2011 nuptials. The bride walked down the aisle in style, in ivory Manolo Blahnik pumps complete with pearl details.
VER GALERÍA Pippa's older sister wore a light pink dress by Alexander McQueen Photo: Getty Images
For the occasion, Pippa carried a set bouquet by Lavender Green Flowers as she made her way into the church and down the aisle. All eyes were on Pippa as Kate took on the sisterly role of fixing her train. The Duchess of Cambridge made a stylish impression of her own in a light pink dress by Alexander McQueen. Prince George and Princess Charlotte's mom topped her look with a matching fascinator and pumps. Prince William’s wife and her sister each wore McQueen to her 2011 royal wedding, where Pippa turned heads and instantly became the world’s most famous bridesmaid.