While Princess Eugenie's breathtaking Peter Pilotto wedding gown was unforgettable, with it's custom ivory jacquard fabric folded just so to create a draped shoulder, purposeful dip in the back and sweeping train, her second bridal look was just as stunning.
The newlyweds were photographed by official portrait-taker Alex Bramall as they made their way to a private evening dinner at Royal Lodge in Windsor following their ceremony and afternoon reception, hosted by Her Majesty the Queen. She wore the sparkling Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara, which featured diamonds and emeralds set in platinum.
At her royal wedding, Princess Eugenie wore a dress with a low-cut back that revealed a long scar from an operation on her spine, inspiring others with back scars to share photos and feel more comfortable with their bodies.
It was the same setting as the wedding of Harry and Meghan earlier in the year, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, as the couple are now known, were among the star-studded congregation at Friday's event.
Cara Delevingne arrived in a full suit with a Chanel top hat, but she broke the official dress code by doing so.
The bride's older sister could not contain her smile as she read an excerpt from "The Great Gatsby" to the crowd, as her proud parents took it all in.
"Philip Treacy, you're genius".
Tamara Beckwith, a friend of Eugenie's mother Sarah Ferguson, posted a sweet photo of her son enjoying a cupcake in a tent filled with lights, greenery and delicious snacks for attendees.
Eugenie and her husband went on a carriage procession through Windsor following the ceremony, though the route was much shorter than the one taken by Harry and Meghan.
Brooksbank, who works as a brand ambassador for Casamigos tequila, proposed to Eugenie, an art gallery director, last winter.