Hours after walking down the aisle in a custom Givenchy gown, Meghan Markle changed into her second bridal gown of the day for tonight’s wedding reception.
The bride looked stunning wearing a white silk gown designed by Stella McCartney. A swift departure from her wedding dress earlier in the day, Meghan opted for a sleeveless high-neck silhouette for her reception dress. She accessorized the elegant ensemble with satin Aquazzura pumps featuring baby blue soles for a little “something blue.”
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For their grand entrance, the just married couple arrived in a 1968 silver blue Jaguar convertible, as you of course do. The license plate number of the car was “E190518″—an adorable nod to Meghan and Harry‘s wedding date. The newlyweds looked completely smitten with each other following their nuptials at Windsor Castle’s St. George’s Chapel this afternoon.
Harry and his new wife Meghan have left Windsor Castle in an open-top classic sports car for their evening wedding reception at Frogmore House on the Windsor estate. #Royalweddinghttps://t.co/GAseHO3pHC pic.twitter.com/xdq3kMdc2Y
— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) May 19, 2018
Tonight’s private wedding reception, thrown by Prince Charles, will host about 200 guests at Frogmore House, a royal residence located a half mile away from Windsor Castle. It’s also the same venue where Harry and Meghan staged their official engagement portraits.
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Thank you so much for all of the wonderful comments following the release of Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle's engagement photographs. The couple are so grateful for the warm and generous messages they have received during such a happy time in their lives. As a way to say thank you, they have decided to share this candid photograph from the day of their portrait sittings directly with all of you.
In case you somehow missed it, Meghan wore an elegant white gown featuring a boat neckline and three-quarters length sleeves for her big day. The look, which was designed by Givenchy’s creative director Clare Waight Keller, was topped off with a sheer cascading veil that made for quite the glamorous train. She also wore Queen Mary’s diamond filigree tiara, which was borrowed from the collection of Queen Elizabeth II.
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This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.