Prince of Luxembourg and Countess of Belgium’s Over-the-Top Royal Wedding Style

William and Kate aren’t the only royals who can throw a dream-worthy wedding. On Saturday, Crown Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg, 30, and Countess Stephanie of Belgium, 28, wed in an over-the-top religious ceremony at Luxembourg’s Notre Dame cathedral that’s put all eyes on the small country. The wedding festivities began on Friday during which the couple were legally married in a civil ceremony, making Prince Harry one of the last eligible royal bachelors. While the typical woman will only lose her last name upon getting married, Princess Stephanie will renounce her Belgian citizenship in order to become Luxembourg’s Grand Duchess.

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Elie Saab Gown

Elie Saab created a custom couture gown for Princess Stephanie. The A-line gown featured silver lace, an illusion neckline, 3/4 length sleeves, and a mega-sized train.
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13-Foot Train

At 13-ft, Princess Stephanie's train was four feet longer than Kate Middleton's...not that it's a competition or anything.
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Royal Accessories

Princess Stephanie wore her hair in a simple updo and accessorized with a royal tiara.
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Hanging Bouquet

Princess Stephanie's hanging bouquet of white orchids is much more extravagant than Kate Middleton's who carried small and subtle bunch of lily of the valley.
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Move Over Pippa

Princess Stephanie had two attendants who were dressed in peach colored gowns with a slim silhouette. In 2011, Pippa Middleton stole the show and was catapulted into fame when she wore a white Alexander McQueen as Kate's attendant.
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Flower Girls and Ring Bearers

The children in the ceremony wore pastel colored outfits of blue and orange (the national colors).
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Civil Ceremony Attire

Crown Prince Guillaume and Princess Stephanie were officially wed on Friday in a civil ceremony at the town hall. Stephanie looked demure in a creme colored Chanel suit.

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