No bride can walk down the aisle without a touch of sparkle, and Kate Middleton found the perfect compliment to that breathtaking McQueen gown, in the form of some dazzling droplet earrings.
The bride showcased these Robinson Pelham diamond creations (above left) featuring an oak leaf and acorn motif.
The hand-made jewellery was commisioned by Carole and Michael Middleton, and given to their daughter as a wedding present.
The inspiration for the oak leaf design came from the family's new coat of arms, which was revealed in the run-up to the royal nuptials, while the overall effect was intended to echo the royal tiara.
And with bridesmaid Pippa Middleton also wearing a McQueen dress, it was only fitting that she wore matching earrings too.
The jewellery created for the youngest Middleton sister (above right) was designed to be more floral in appearance, to compliment the headpiece that she was wearing during the ceremony.
Carole Middleton, Michael Middleton and James Middleton also wore pieces designed by Robinson Pelham during the ceremony.
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