It's a rule universally acknowledged that you shouldn't wear white to weddings, but Vogue Williams is an "in vogue" rule breaker in this spectacular Natalie B Coleman dress.

Serving as one of two bridesmaids at the wedding of James O'Neill and Bryan O'Sullivan alongside Tropical Popical's Andrea Horan, the presenter executed the dress code - white, white, white - perfectly and amped up the drama for the very extra affair. 

Both bridesmaids sported traditional yet whimsical dresses made by the Irish designer, a native from Co Monaghan Ireland. Vogue's dress featured a thigh-high split but the Victorian, vintage-styled high neck made for an exceptionally chic ensemble.

Horan's, however, was a study in delightful excess, all structured ruffles and frothy plumes of silky white material. And yes, another thigh-high slit. 

 

Her dress certainly makes a statement, but Vogue Williams went even bigger and bolder with silver Muse and Moda rhinestone earrings and belt. 

Certainly one of the weddings of the year, the dazzling event included guests James Kavanagh, Angela Scanlon, Joanne McNally, Andrea Horan, and Daniella Moyles.

The Connemara wedding took place in Ballynahinch Castle and featured performances from Charlotte Church and Jake Shears of the Scissor Sisters, dressed in a vivid neon pink suit and seen lounging with Vogue and Andrea on Instagram. 

James Kavanagh congratulated the couple on being "the most stunning grooms in Ireland". 

Williams' kept her Instagram followers up to date as she posted stories of her and Made in Chelsea star hubby, Spencer Matthews dancing the night away.