Pippa Middleton Stuns in White Bridemaid Dress at Royal Wedding (PHOTOS)

Kate Middleton's maid of honor, Pippa Middleton looked radiant as she arrived at the Westminster Abbey on Friday for the royal wedding.

Her ivory satin dress had a cowl front and was designed and created by Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen. It was designed with the same button detail and lace trims as Kate's dress, making it quite lovely!

Phillipa escorted the bridesmaids the Hon Margarita Armstrong-Jones, 8, Grace van Cutsem, 3, Lady Louise Windsor, 7 and Eliza Lopes, 3, into the ceremony. Childrenswear designer Nicki Macfarlane created the young bridesmaids’ dresses. All of the dresses were hand-made and hand-finished with delicate English Cluny lace.

The bridesmaids’ classic Mary Jane style shoes were designed and made by Devon-based Rainbow Club and made from satin and finished with a Swarovski crystal buckle. The flowers were designed and made by Shane Connolly and replicate the flowers used in Kate's bouquet, incorporating lily-of-the-valley, sweet William and hyacinth.

Stay tuned to Celebuzz for every little angle, detail, moment and photo that happens during the royal festivities!



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    Why would I watch the wedding? I couldn’t take any of that seriously at all. I don’t think the so-called Royal Family speak for England now and I don’t think England needs them. I do seriously believe they are benefit scroungers, nothing else. I don’t believe they serve any purpose whatsoever. I’m not an anarchist but I believe that people don’t want the Royal Family. The so-called Royal Family. They’re not royal to me. But they’re royal to the media for some reason.

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