Princess Sofia of Sweden Looked Straight Out of a Fairytale at Prince Konstantin of Bavaria’s Royal Wedding

A real life Disney princess

Updated 09/03/18

Gisela Schober

If the end of wedding season has you feeling nostalgic for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's fairytale day earlier this summer, not to worry: There was another royal wedding over the weekend, and we can't stop gushing over how amazing Princess Sofia of Sweden looked at the event.

Prince Konstantin of Bavaria married Deniz Kaya in St. Moritz in Switzerland on Saturday, and the event was nothing short of picturesque. The bride wore a long-sleeve ivory lace gown, and pulled her hair into a low chignon to show off her delicate veil. Her makeup was simple and natural-looking, a la Meghan Markle's for her big day, and the most statement making part of her look was a pair of large diamond earrings.

After the ceremony, the Prince and Princess of Bavaria were showered in confetti by adorable page boys and flower girls, who wore blue-and-white floral print dresses and crowns made of fresh flowers. According The Daily Mail, the celebration continued at a lavish reception and dinner in the nearby town of Engadine.

Gisela Schober

The guest list was reportedly just as glamorous as the backdrop for the big day, and included a number of members of the royal family and European high society. Per usual, Princess Sofia of Sweden brought her outfit A-game, and looked chic as ever in the perfect end-of-summer wedding guest dress. She wore a floor-length baby blue gown with short sleeves, which gave off serious Disney Princess vibes in the best possible way. She paired it with a gold clutch and black jacket, and let her hair fall in loose waves over her shoulders.

Carl Philip looked equally as dapper in a classic black tuxedo.

Gisela Schober

Gisela Schober

The photos of the two of them at Prince Konstatin's wedding are giving us serious flashbacks to their big day back in 2015, which included everything a royal wedding ever should: A glittery tiara, a flower wall, and a string quartet version of Rihanna's "Umbrella."

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