Beatrice Borromeo, 29, looked stunning for her religious wedding ceremony held in the coastal town of Stresa, Italy, Saturday. The Italian heiress commissioned two custom-made dresses by Giorgio Armani from the label’s Prive collection.
The second ceremony -- religious -- saw her first opting for a three-quarter length sleeve delicate lace gown with a train, and then she switched to a tulle wrap front sleeveless dress for the reception. Two family heirloom antique diamond wing brooches were pinned on the train.
Borromeo married Pierre Casiraghi of Monaco, 27, July 25 in a civil ceremony at the Prince’s Palace in Monaco. She wore a blush-colored Valentino confection and went in for four dress changes for her nuptials to the Monegasque royal during the first wedding. Pierre opted for a deep gray suit and matching trousers with a navy tie and pocket square.
The second wedding ceremony in Italy saw Beatrice walking down the aisle in a bespoke ivory lace wedding dress, Hello reported. The gown featured high neckline and showed off Beatrice’s svelte figure. Her blonde hair was swept back into a bun, and a long veil was pinned to the updo. Casiraghi looked dapper in a grey three-piece suit with a flower pinned to his lapel. Italian designer, Armani took to Instagram and shared the details of the bride’s gowns.
Earlier, the bride arrived at a welcome party hand-in-hand with her groom Friday. The couple hosted a pre-wedding party for guests at Isola Madre, one of the bride’s family-owned Borromeo Islands. The bride chose a semisheer, white lace trimmed dress, which featured embellishments on the bust and hemline while her groom looked handsome in a white shirt and matching trousers with slip on navy shoes and carrying a blue blazer.
Beatrice’s gown featured sheer sleeves, which lent an old-world touch to her look. Her long blonde hair fell over her shoulders in natural curls and was adorned with ivory flowers. The flower crown added a chic modern touch to her ensemble.
The former model opted for simple makeup, with a hint of pink lipstick and pink blush. Borromeo wore simple, flat silver open-toed sandals.
The broadcast journalist’s welcome party dress is by Italian designer Alberta Ferretti. It is from the label’s spring/summer 2015 ready-to-wear collection (look 47). The designer took to Instagram and shared the pictures of the bride and groom from the party.