Crown Princess Victoria and her sister-in-law Princess Sofia of Sweden were color-coordinated for the Polar Music Prize on Thursday evening. They were joined by the entire Swedish royal family on the occasion. Wearing white gowns, Victoria and Sofia stepped out with their husbands Prince Daniel and Prince Carl Philip.

Both the new mothers looked radiant on the arms of their husbands. King Carl XVI Gustaf and his wife Queen Silvia also attended. Victoria looked stunning as she opted for a floor-length Ralph Lauren gown. The sleeveless gown was accented with a striking shoulder necklace by high street favorite H&M.

The accessory belonged to the Swedish brand’s 2014 Conscious Exclusive Collection. Victoria paired her look with a metallic clutch by Danish designer Malene Berger. The mother-of-two wore her hair pulled back into a bun.

She accessorized with a pair of sparkling diamond drop earrings and a bracelet. Victoria’s husband Prince Daniel looked dapper in a black tuxedo paired with matching shoes. Carl Philip also opted for a similar look for the night out.

However, his wife Sofia looked beautiful in a white dress beneath a delicate lace overlay by Rodebjer. It was the debut of the princess at the awards gala. She complemented Victoria complemented the future queen perfectly in the white gown.

The gown featured long sleeves, round neck. Sofia wore metallic high heels, she accessorized with statement drop earrings and a clutch bag by Mango. The new mom’s brunette tresses were pulled back away from her face in a bun. She clutched a bouquet of delicate pink roses.

The sisters-in-law gave major wedding gown vibes in their white gowns. Kate Middleton even stepped out for Royal Ascot in a white lace dress by Dolce & Gabbana on Wednesday, which was reminiscent of her wedding dress. The Swedish royals were also not far behind with their own versions of the white gown. 

The Polar Music Prize was founded in 1989 by Stig Anderson, who is known as the manager of Swedish group Abba. Winners receive their prize at the ceremony in Stockholm from King Carl. Previous winners have included Sir Paul McCartney, Pink Floyd, Peter Gabriel, Bjork, Bob Dylan and Stevie Wonder, and this year's recipient was Italian mezzo-soprano opera singer Cecilia Bartoli.

Besides, it’s a time to rejoice for the Swedish royal family as Sofia and Carl Philip’s son, Prince Alexander will be christened in the Royal Chapel at Drottningholm Palace on Friday, Sept. 9, 2016. Besides, Carl Gustaf and Silvia celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary on Sunday.

Scandinavian Royals took to Twitter and shared the pictures: