Princess Sophie of Isenburg's Wedding Dress: All the Details
German designer Wolfgang Joop created her look to wed Prince Georg Friedrich Ferdinand of Prussia
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.