2018 has quickly started off with a bang. Within months of the new year, there have been engagements and weddings galore. Now, we’re in the heat of the wedding season and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle started the royal wedding train when they said their “I do’s” on May 19th in front of millions worldwide. A royal wedding is unlike any ordinary one, and the glamour and luxury are taken up several notches.
While people are still raving about Meghan’s dress, hair, and makeup during that glorious event, there has been another wedding to take place. Many, however, have seemed to miss this one completely.
The Swedish royal family had plenty of reasons to celebrate recently as they gathered together to celebrate a close family friend’s nuptials. Louise Gottlieb wed her love, Gustav Thott, at a beautiful ceremony in Södermanland.
Some of the country’s biggest royal names in attendance were King Carl XVI and Queen Silvia, along with Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel, Prince Carl Philip, Princess Sofia, and Princess Madeleine. All were dressed as beautifully as you’d imagine, clothed in brilliant gowns and sharp suits.
The crowd beamed with happiness over the celebration of their dear friends and the weather could not have been more perfect for the occasion. The two that seemed to steal the show the most was Crown Princess Victoria and Princess Sophia.
Victoria wore a beautiful dusty rose Jenny Packham half-sleeve floral dress. Her golden teardrop earrings paired well with the attire and she wore her dark hair pulled back in a sleek bun.
Sophia went a completely different route for her outfit choice and wore a one-shoulder vividly yellow gown with her dark hair falling on her shoulders in loose curls.
Each princess wore beautiful matching brooches; Victoria’s a regal brooch and Sophia’s a similarly styled one in identical colors. The gentlemen present looked equally as dapper.
The entire ceremony was filled with love, laughter, and celebration as two individuals vowed to spend eternity together, for better or for worse. We wish Louise and Gustav a lifetime of happiness together!