The bridal gown was designed by Edouard Vermeulen
of the House of Natan. He also designed the wedding
dresses for the 1999 wedding of the Duchess of
Brabant, the brides’ sister-in-law, and Princess
Laurentien of The Netherlands in 2001.
The beautiful gown was made of white silk. A panel
of embroidered Brussels lace was used to cover the top
portion of the bridal gown. The neckline was ruffle
shaped and came to the top of the shoulders. The
upper chest and the ¾ sleeves were embroidered
The waistline was of the dress was nicely fit, leading
to a full length, slightly bell shaped skirt. Ms. Booth
wore white shoes. The bridal train was attached at the
waist, and was about 3 meters long. Made of the
same material, the train was slightly shorter than the
historical heirloom bridal veil.
The bride carried a bouquet of white azaleas shaped
like a sphere.