35-year-old heiress Amanda Hearst dazzled in five designer bridal gowns to wed Disney filmmaker Joachim Rønning this week. Hearst, who is the co-founder of Maison de Mode, a sustainable retail company, married Rønning at her great-grandfather and publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst’s castle in San Simeon, California.
The bride stunned in a Viktor and Rolf mini dress and accessorised it with a very fitting Castle-shaped Judith Leiber clutch for their rehearsal dinner, where an actual reindeer was brought into the castle to represent the groom's Norwegian roots.
The dinner was attended by many of the elite, which included Nicky and Paris Hilton, Kick Kennedy, Lydia Hearst, Lauren Bush and David Lauren.
For the main ceremony, which looked like it was cut out of a Disney feature movie, Amanda wore a princess-like Oscar de la Renta ball gown which was off-the-shoulder and embellished in flower appliques across her neckline and down the silhouette.
Rønning donned a cream tuxedo to compliment his lovely bride.
The sustainable bride, totally in-keeping with her eco-friendly principles, took the boning from an existing gown in a previous collection and reused to create her own dress.
For her reception, Amanda slipped into a Galvan halter gown, and later into a Giambattista Valli Haute Couture gown.
The Hilton sisters were few of the many celebrity guests that attended the night. Several posts shared to Instagram showed Paris taking over the DJ decks during the reception party.
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