Two days after Pippa Middleton's wedding ceremony, we're finally getting our first look at the beautiful flower arrangements that filled St. Mark's Church.
Displays of pale pink and white roses paired with verdant stems spilled over windowsills and topped pillars, while larger tree-like structures of bark, greenery and white blooms decorated the aisle of the historic parish.
Outside, a romantic archway of flowers framed the couple's first public moment as man and wife.
In contrast to the oversized arrangements, Pippa carried a relatively small bouquet of white flowers and greenery, but our favorite flower moment of the day would have to be the bride's use of baby's breath.
The soft white flowers could be seen in the crowns worn by Pippa's young bridesmaids, and in the hearth-shaped wreath that Princess Charlotte carried, making an impressive case for the much-maligned "filler flower."