The wedding of Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard finally arrived on Saturday, and it featured the princess dress to end all princess dresses. Two of them, in fact.
The Duggars' youngest daughter, four-year-old Josie, served as a flower girl. Duggar Number 19 was born prematurely at 1.5 pounds, but is now thriving.
"She got on her princess dress finally," mom Michelle Duggar said. "She has been begging to put it on. That is the most awesome princess dress ever."
Jill Duggar had a princess dress of her own, from Ava Laurenne Bride in Fredericksburg, Va. It was an Allure Romance gown with Swarovski crystals.
With it came a chapel length train that co-shop owner Wendy Rivera changed from an originally strapless dress into the "modest, yet elegant," gown Jill wanted.
Then, using lace from a veil, Rivera and seamstress Moni Reeise created a custom top that fit in perfectly with the rest of Jill Duggar's wedding dress.
"She wanted something modest, but not predictable," says Rivera, who also performed the song "The Prayer" along with husband Gabe at the wedding ceremony.
"It fits like a glove," she adds. "It is perfection."
The couple sealed their vows with their very first kiss ever, then enjoyed a reception outside the church with guests, and a big bash at her family home.
The party didn't end there, though. Jill's dad Jim Bob reveals that over 600 people came over to the Duggar home afterward to continue the celebration.
"It was a party to end all parties," he says.
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