This Bride Wore Oscar de la Renta at Her French Royal Wedding

Princess Beatrice even made the guest list.

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Over the weekend, Prince Jean-Christophe Napoleon Bonaparte, a descendent of Napoleon Bonaparte I, married Countess Olympia von und zu Arco-Zinneberg in a lavish Parisian ceremony. Despite the historical significance of the marriage (Olympia is the great-granddaughter of Austria’s last emperor, Karl I), we can't stop admiring the bride's wedding dress.

For the ceremony at Paris's historic Les Invalides, the bride wore a white Oscar de la Renta fern gown with a custom matching capelet and cathedral veil. The entire look was embroidered by 10 dressmakers and took over 1,440 to create.

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Among the guests at the French nuptials were Princess Beatrice and her fiancé Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. The Princess wore a patterned dress, pale blue trench coat, black hills and a pink wide-brimmed hat. Her fiancé wore a morning suit with a light blue waistcoat, coordinating nicely with Beatrice's outfit.

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See more: Inside the Royal Wedding Venues: A Look Into the Famous Churches Where Royal Couples Have Said "I Do"

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