Zara Phillips is the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II and 13th in line for the crown. Now she married her longtime boyfriend, rugby star Mike Tindall on 30th, July, in Edinburgh sunshine.
The traditional and royal wedding had some funny stories. The groom was spotted in his suit at 2 p.m. The vodka water fountain was used to great excess, and the entire royal family seemed to be suffering the next day.
However, regardless of these mistakes at the reception, the nuptial still was an elegant ceremony. Stewart Parvin was the designer for Zara Phillip’s wedding dress and the ivory dress was accompanied by a long veil that was set in place by a beautiful tiara. Her flowers were offered by the London florist Paul Thomas and shoes were from Jimmy Choo. Her glittering tiara was a Greek key pattern and has a large brilliant-cut diamond in the centre. She had worn the tisra as the “something borrowed” element of her wedding outfit. The tiara was originally a wedding gift to the Princess Elizabeth from her mother-in-law, Princess Andrew of Greece and Denmark, aka Princess Alice. So when the bride turned up, lots of people were pleasantly stunned at the known wild girl’s beautiful bride-look.
Even for Zara Philip, the naughty tomboy, she was happy to admit that she had bought the Parvin’s dress off-the-rack at a boutique, according to CBS News. Besides the beautiful bride gown, the wedding guest attire was full of beautiful gowns and suits worn by all of the senior members of the Royal Family.
In the wedding guests, Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William attracted people’s attention when they joined the congregation. The Duchess wore a cream coat dress which she wore at the wedding of Laura Parker Bowles to Harry Lopes in 2006.