Only the best for a royal, right?!
Countess Stephanie de Lannoy of Belgium wed Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg in a very lavish ceremony held at the Cathedral of Our Lady in His Royal Highness' native country on Saturday.
The bride said 'I do' in a haute couture Elie Saab ivory lace embroidered gown with silver thread leaves, complete with a 13 foot long embellished train!
Countess Stephanie topped off her very princess-y look with a tulle veil and the Altenloh de Bruxelles tiara, which has been in her family since the late 1800s.
The day before the religious ceremony, Prince Guillaume and his future wife made everything official in a civil ceremony at Luxembourg's Hotel De Ville.
For Friday's festivities, the Countess wore a cream Chanel suit and quilted bag before changing into a gray embroidered Elie Saab Haute Couture gown for the gala dinner.
She's no Kate Middleton, but we must say Countess Stephanie looked sensational on her special day.
And it's a good thing she did because the wedding cost $653,100!
[Image via WENN & Ramey Pix.]
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