Princess Beatrice's wedding dress
In one of the photos, Beatrice and her new husband were photographed leaving the church following the service in a doorway filled with bright florals.
Of course, one of the first things we couldn't help but ogle and revel in was Beatrice's dress, which was a vintage Norman Hartnell design, on loan from her grandmother The Queen.
The dress is made from Peau De Soie taffeta in shades of ivory and is also trimmed with ivory Duchess satin.
Featuring organza sleeves, it is encrusted with diamanté with a geometric checkered bodice.
The stunning design was remodelled and fitted by one of the Queen's favourite designers, Miss Angela Kelly as well as Mr Stewart Parvin.
Princess Beatrice's wedding tiara
As per royal wedding tradition, Beatrice also wore a special tiara - the Queen Mary diamond fringe tiara, which was also loaned to her by Queen Elizabeth II.
The very special headpiece was previously worn by The Queen on her own wedding day in 1947.
In case you were wondering about its history, the tiara dates back to 1919, when it was made for Queen Mary by Garrard and Co. from a diamond necklace gifted by Queen Victoria for her own wedding.
So in short, yes, it's rather special!
In a second photo, Princess Beatrice and her new husband Edoardo are photographed with the Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh after the ceremony.
Along with loaning her own tiara and dress, the Queen was clearly pleased to be part of her granddaughter's celebrations.
Later in the day, the Queen Knighted hailed quarantine hero Captain Tom Moore (whose multi-million dollar walking fundraiser for the NHS went viral).
At the special ceremony, she told Tom about the royal wedding she'd attended that morning - just casually!
"My granddaughter got married this morning, both Philip and I managed to get there - very nice," she told Tom in a very rare personal comment.
Also, can we note how beautiful the Queen looked beside Beatrice in her powder turquoise ensemble?
Princess Beatrice's bouquet
It would be difficult not to notice the beautiful bouquet Princess Beatrice was seen holding in the wedding photos.
As per Buckingham Palace, the bouquet included jasmine, pale pink and cream sweet peas, royal porcelain ivory spray roses, pink o'hara garden roses, pink wax flower and baby pink astilbe.
Of course, you can't have a royal bouquet without some sprigs of myrtle, which was also confirmed to be included in the lush bunch of florals.
It was made by Patrice Van Helden, co owner of RVH Floral Design, and the Palace stated that it was later placed on the tomb of the Unknown Warrior in Westminster Abbey.
Princess Beatrice's wedding service details
Princess Beatrice's wedding ceremony was officiated by The Reverend Canon Paul Wright, Sub-Dean of the Chapel Royal and The Reverend Canon Martin Poll, Domestic Chaplain to Her Majesty The Queen - a fitting choice given it was held at one of the Queen's long-time residences at Windsor Castle.
In a statement, the Palace confirmed all social distancing measures were adhered to during the ceremony, meaning the officiants and guests were spaced apart within the current UK guidelines.
The service also included two of both Beatrice and Edo's favourite poems, which were read by their mothers - that includes Sarah Ferguson for anyone wondering.
The poems included Sonnet 116 by William Shakespeare, and I carry you in my heart by E.E. Cummings.
St. Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians Chapter 13, verses 1-13 was also read.
In an interesting note from the Palace, no hymns were sung given current government guidelines per the COVID-19 pandemic.
However music was played during the ceremony - including the national anthem.
In spite of the restrictions, it sounds as though Beatrice and Edo had a beautiful ceremony to mark the beginning of their married life together.
Stripping it all back, one would surely agree that at the end of the day, the ceremony was everything it should be - celebrating the love between two people with their nearest and dearest.
This unprecedented time amidst the pandemic has, at least, shown us exactly how much these moments of genuine love and connection truly bond us.
Congratulations to the newlyweds!
This story originally appeared on our sister site Now To Love