We Love Princess Stephanie of Luxembourg’s Elie Saab Wedding Gown

Well, while the most of the world waited with baited breath to see what photos and information would come out of Hollywood royal couple Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake’s wedding over the weekend—and don’t get us wrong, we will be all over that when People comes out with it in a few days—there was another rather significant knot-tying this weekend—and it was legit royal!

Countess Stephanie de Lannoy married Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg over the weekend, and she did it in a freaking awesome Elie Saab gown, one of ivory lace embroidered with silver thread, with three-quarter-length sleeves and a no-joke train. (It reportedly took over 3,200 hours to make, and over 50 meters of Chantilly lace and 70 meters of tulle.) The tiara she wore has been in her family since 1878.

There are oodles of pics out there, of course—here are some, and here are some, and here are some. What do you think? Yay or nay? Obviously, you already know what we’re thinking: It’s definitely on our covet list.

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