Kensington Palace said: “The Bride is wearing shoes from Aquazzura made in silky satin, with nude mesh, with soles painted in baby blue.” Meghan's shoes also acted as her "something blue"
George Northwood styled her hair, into an updo again, but this time more relaxed.
She also wore emerald cut aquamarine diamond which once belonged to Princess Diana.
The second dress was a hit on Twitter, with some saying it was even better than Meghan’s first gown.
There was a lot of speculation as to whether the ceremony dress would be by Stella McCartney.
Meghan is known to be a fan of the ethical British designer, she wore one of the designers dresses last month.
The dress was in line with Meghan’s simple, sleek style of her first dress, with a completely different neckline.
Enormous trains make cutting shapes on the dance floor pretty difficult so it’s standard for royal brides to change into a second dress later in the day.
Kate swapped her Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen wedding gown for a simpler dress for her evening reception in 2011.
The couple travelled from Windsor Castle to Frogmore House in a silver blue Jaguar E-Type Concept Zero. The number plate was E19 05 18, marking their wedding date.
Ever the gentleman, Prince Harry opened the door for his new bride, before they drove off to celebrate at the night hosted by the Prince of Wales, and attended by 200 of their closest friends.
Serena Williams, who is one of megan's close friends, uploaded a photograph of herself in a glamorous evening gown, saying, “Thank you Pierpaolo for making me look special on this special evening.”
And Argentinian polo player Nacho Figueras shared a picture of the invitation on social media along with a new suit and aftershave.