The various duchesses (Catherine and Camilla) and princesses (Anne, Beatrice and Eugenie, among others) were just some of the 300 guests at the nuptials of Queen Elizabeth II's eldest granddaughter.
Unlike Prince William and Kate Middleton's grand wedding of the century, however, Zara, a 30-year-old professional equestrian, chose to say "I do" to her rugby player boyfriend in a super low-key wedding in Edinburgh, Scotland.
But the revelry following the Canongate Kirk church service was anything but subdued...
After a reception dinner at the Palace at Holyroodhouse—Her Majesty's official royal residence in Scotland—that reportedly included lobster and venison, the young royals partied late into the night, according to the U.K.'s Daily Mail.
The Queen took off early, before dinner even started, like she did at Widdleton's nuptials, so all the young'uns could get the revelry started. The bride's uncle, Prince Charles, and Camilla also left early to get started on their weeklong vacay at the Castle of May.
But the bride and groom, along with the rest of the young royals, including party boy Prince Harry, natch, were said to have stayed up all night dancing, singing karaoke and celebrating the happy day.
You know it was a rocking wedding when the groom was spotted the next morning still dressed in his wedding attire!
Mike and Zara met up with his parents for breakfast the next morning following the bash. The pair won't be heading off for their honeymoon soon, as the new bride is expected to compete at the Gatcombe Park horse trials this weekend and her now-husband will be competing in a rugby match next week.
But back to attire, how about those fascinators? Princess Beatrice, she of the most fabulously awful headgear of all time, wore a noncontroversial blue topper. How did it compare to the other ladies'?