Decked out in Valentino satin, thirty-six-year-old Princess Maria Anunciata complemented her wedding dress with the Habsburg Fringe Tiara, completing a stunning bridal ensemble. All eyes were on the princess as she, accompanied by five flower girls, glided to the altar in an elbow-length veil with stunningly embroidered detail.
Her new husband is an Italian entrepreneur from central Italy, where the couple held a civil ceremony at Villa della Tenuta di Fassia in June.
The second, religious ceremony took place in Vienna, with the twelfth-century parish church chosen for the wedding filled members of the European royalty. Notable guests included Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg and Princess Mafalda of Savoy.
Other guests in attendance were famous faces of the European elites.
As the happy couple left the church, they were surrounded by wedding invitees and elated well-wishers crowded around their horse-drawn carriage.
After the ceremony, the reception was held at the Liechtenstein Garden Palace, also known as the Gardenpalais.
For the evening celebrations, Princess Maria Annunciata, who is a member of two royal families, changed into a glamourous floor-length gown and swapped the Habsburg Fringe for the Luxembourg Vine Leaves tiara.
This tiara has previously been worn by Liechtenstein royals on their big days, and it is said to date back to the mid-19th century.
This new jewelled outfit was paraded with a change of hairstyle, her blonde hair unbound from the up-do she chose for the church ceremony.
Her new husband, Emanuele, swapped a camel-coloured waistcoat for an elegant black suit and matching bow tie.
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On Twitter, images of the couple and their guests quickly sprang up, showing off the glamour of the occasion.
Cleopatra, Hereditary Princess of Oettingen-Oettingen and Oettingen-Spielberg, posted on her own Instagram, appearing ecstatic in a shot of her during the celebrations.
Princess Maria Anunciata’s father, Nikolaus, is currently 15th in line for the Liechtenstein throne, with her brother 16th in line.
Princess Maria Anunciata divides her time between New York and Paris as an arts researcher and curator, whilst her new husband is a co-founder of a Boston-based start-up.