German designer Wolfgang Joop created her look to wed Prince Georg Friedrich Ferdinand of Prussia

By Kim Peiffer
Updated August 31, 2011 10:00 AM
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When Princess Sophie walked down the aisle to wed Prince Georg Friedrich Ferdinand of Prussia outside of Potsdam, Germany, last weekend, all eyes were on her.

It was a task she pulled off seamlessly by wearing an elaborate tiered dress by top German designer Wolfgang Joop. The dress, which was created using 180 feet of fabric, was accessorized with a 100-year-old family veil, reported German newsweekly Bunte.

According to Bunte, the princess also wore a coat made of transparent organza satin over her dress – complete with a 12 foot-long train. The color of the dress was called whispering white, a color meant to look antique.

Sophie polished the look with her hair swept into an up-do, and accessorized with a family heirloom diamond tiara dating back to 1860 in Paris. The piece is reserved for the members of the royal family’s wedding day.