The Queen’s cousins Flora Vesterberg and Zenouska Mowatt were among the blue-blooded guests at the first socialite wedding of the summer on as PR director Sophie Elliott married her beau.
Sophie, who started the PR agency SE: Comms and is co-founder of tableware brand The Sette, tied-the-knot with her businessman boyfriend Dominic La Motte in a church ceremony before partying at The Wallace Collection in London over the weekend.
The bride wowed in two different ensembles during her big day, including a pretty billowing white gown for a church ceremony.
Zenouska Mowatt, granddaughter of the Queen’s cousin Princess Alexandra of Kent, and the Queen’s distant cousin Flora Vesterberg both shared snaps of the happy couple on social media.
Other prestigious guests in attendance at the event included Tatler contributor Sophie Goodwin and luxury travel magazine founder Serena Guen.
The Queen’s cousins Flora Vesterberg and Zenouska Mowatt were among the blue-blooded guests at the first socialite wedding of the summer on as PR director Sophie Elliott married her businessman boyfriend Dominic La Motte
The bride opted for two different ensembles for the big day, initially wearing a high neck white gown with a long train (left), before donning a sixties-style dress for the reception (right)
Looking effortlessly elegant, the bride opted for a billowing wedding dress, featuring a high-neckline and t-shirt style design.
With her blonde hair pulled back into a stylish up-do, Sophie donned a fashionable veil, boasting white edging. Her dress was teamed with a bouquet of white flowers.
Zenouska shared a snap alongside the bride ahead of the ceremony, posing in a baby blue midi dress with matching accessories.
Meanwhile the groom opted for a smart pair of black tails for the occasion, along with a yellow waistcoat and a blue tie.
At the reception, which took place at the Wallace Collection in London, guests were serenaded by a harpist (right) before they dined on tables adorned with white flowers and candles (left)
Snaps shared on social media from the big day showed huge white and blue floral displays outside the church where the pair were married.
After tying the knot in a church in an unknown location, the couple walked through a huge floral arch where guests greeted them with a shower of white confetti and flower petals.
Dominic drove his new wife away from the church in a green convertible while guests continued to cheer them on.
The couple went on to slice into a white four-tiered wedding cake, with snaps shared by Flora showing the duo beaming with joy.
Dominic drove his new wife away from the church in a green convertible while guests continued to cheer them on (left) Zenouska went on to share a snap of a huge bouquet of blue hydrangeas in the passenger seat of her car (right)
The couple went on to slice into a white four-tiered wedding cake, with snaps shared by Flora showing the duo beaming with joy
Upon arriving at The Wallace Collection in London, both Sophie and her new husband Dominic had opted for an outfit change.
For her second outfit of the day, the bride changed into a floor length, sixties style white dress, which she sported for her black tie wedding reception.
Meanwhile Dominic donned a smart black tuxedo for the occasion.
Guests were initially serenaded through the gallery by a harpist, before taking their seats at elegant tables which were decorated with white flowers and candles.
After the ceremony, guests were treated to a black tie reception at the Wallace Collection in London (pictured)
Sophie traded her conservative white gown for a trendy sixties-style dress with beaded detailing across the bodice and skirt (left and right)
Meanwhile the bride let her blonde locks down for the evening reception at the Wallace Collection
The Wallace Collection was left to the nation by Lady Wallace in 1897. Her will stipulated that it must ‘be kept together unmixed with other works of art’.
It displays the art collections collated by the first four Marquesses of Hertford and Sir Richard Wallace, and then bequeathed by Lady Wallace.
Venue hire for the Wallace Collection alone is understood to be between £14,400 and £24,000.
Sophie, who was born in London, attended Parsons, the New School.
Tatler’s contributing editor Sophie Goodwin wore a glittering red gown for the occasion (left) while other attendees opted for floor-length black gowns (right)