Pippa Middleton's florist Djordje Varda gave his Instagram followers a very special sneak preview of Pippa Middleton's top-secret reception.
Varda shared three photos earlier this week which showed off Pippa's stunning floral arrangements.
Cherry blossom trees, pastel roses, peonies decorated the glass marquee where the reception was held.
The green tables featured matching chairs, pastel blooms and brass candle holders.
Pippa tied the knot to James Matthews in front of 150 guests at St Marks’s Church in Englefield.
Prince William, Prince Harry, Princess Eugenie and her boyfriend Jack Brooksbank, Roger Federer and his wife Mirka, and TV personality Donna Air were among guests at the wedding.
Prince George acted as ones of the page boys and Princess Charlotte was a bridesmaid.
Pippa wore a spectacular lace-bodiced, high-necked wedding gown created by Giles Deacon. Her face was covered with a delicate bespoke tulle veil dotted with pearls and made by milliner Stephen Jones.
The bride also wore a Maidenhair fern tiara by Robinson Pelham, and ivory satin pumps by Manolo Blahnik.
'I was thrilled to work with Pippa on her wedding dress,' Giles Deacon said of his collaboration with the bride. 'The dress is constructed with a cap sleeve, high neckline and features a corseted bodice with draping to the front and a heart-shaped detail at the back.'
'The bespoke silk cotton lace was hand appliqued to create an illusion of the dress having "no seams".'
'The lace bodice is embroidered with pearl detailing over an organza and tulle underskirt, which has layer upon layer to enable a floor-sweeping movement.'
'It's a privilege to show the craftsmanship that my team produces in London and a real testament to Pippa's support of British fashion,' Deacon added.
After saying their vows surrounded by their friends and family, the happy couple waved to the crowds as they drove in a Jaguar E-Type from the Englefield estate to the Middleton mansion for the evening reception in the 'portapalace' they've constructed in their garden.
This article originally appeared on New Idea.