|Wedding of Prince Joachim and Marie Cavallier|
|Parents|| Henri de Laborde de Monpezat|
Margrethe II of Denmark
|Groomsmen|| Prince Nikolai|
|Bridesmaids||Agnete Windfelt Arno|
|Pages|| Malte Steenstrup|
|Location||Møgeltønder Church, Denmark|
|Date||24 May 2008|
The wedding of Prince Joachim and Marie Cavallier took place on 24 May 2008 in Møgeltønder Church near Schackenborg Manor. The wedding date marked the 73rd anniversary of the wedding of Joachim's grandparents, King Frederick IX and Ingrid of Sweden.
The ceremony Edit
The wedding took place on Saturday 24 May 2008 at 17.00 (Local Time), in Møgeltønder Church. The ceremony was performed by Bishop Erik Norman Svendsen.
Upon her marriage to Joachim, Marie's title is "Her Royal Highness Princess Marie of Denmark, Countess of Monpezat". Marie, who had been a French citizen and a member of the Roman Catholic Church, became, in connection with the marriage, a Danish citizen and a member of the Evangelical-Lutheran Church of Denmark.
A wedding banquet was held at the couple's home, Schackenborg Castle.
Wedding attire Edit
Marie's wedding gown was designed by Spanish-Italian fashion house Arasa Morelli, and was sewn by a Danish woman working for the company.
Her tiara was a loan from Queen Margrethe and is the tiara she wears the most.
Note: This is a gallery of the ceremony and official photos. To see photos of the guests, please go here.