Ellie Goulding and Caspar Jopling spared no expense when organising their royal-style wedding over the weekend.
The couple York Minster Cathedral on Saturday before heading to a lavish reception hosted at Castle Howard stately home.
The full extent of the luxurious bash has now been revealed, with the bride, 32, changing into four wedding dresses throughout the day.
The pop star started off in a high-necked Chloé gown which she wore for the church service.
The dress is said to have taken more than 640 hours to make and had the couple’s initials embroidered on the collar and veil
During the service, the congregation heard an unusual sermon from John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York.
He ended his speech by opening a bottle of prosecco to symbolise the newlyweds’ “exhilarating love”
The service also featured a performance from the bride’s favourite composer, Ola Gjeilo, alongside the choir of London’s Royal Holloway University.
Afterward the ceremony, Ellie swapped it for a tight, off-the-shoulder Stella McCartney frock.
Later in the evening, she changed into a sparkling beaded number to hit the dance floor before ending the night in a white mini-dress.
The newly-weds were seen cutting an incredible four-tiered wedding cake, covered in white roses.
They are believed to have splashed out £20,000 on flowers for the big day and served Bollinger Champagne….Continue Reading