After the public festivities concluded, the Duchess of Cambridge changed her attire before she and her new husband attended an intimate evening celebration at Buckingham palace.
Spoiler alert: It was just as stunning as the first.
The gown, which was also designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen (once you find a designer you love, stick with them!), was made from elegant ivory satin and featured a bedazzled diamante belt. The sweetheart neckline and circle skirt fit Middleton's aesthetic perfectly, and she paired the gown with a white angora bolero.
Here's a look at what Middleton wore for the festivities that weren't televised for the world to see:
The Duchess of Cambridge's first wedding gown immediately became iconic, with brides-to-be everywhere clamouring for a design that mirrored hers. (Preferably without the hefty price tag.) When it was featured in a Royal Wedding exhibition at Buckingham Palace, a record number of visitors showed up to see the gown in real life.
So if you're looking for a royal-inspired wedding gown, now you have two designs to consider. Middleton just never disappoints.