For the couple's civil ceremony on Friday, the bride chose to buck tradition, wearing an ivory jumpsuit by Spanish designer Rosa Clará, which featured a V-neck and embroidery around the waist.
The bridal label took to Instagram to share a sweet photo of the bride and groom alongside the original sketches for the garment, writing that the bride "chose a sophisticated, weightless silk crepe culotte jumpsuit with embroidered lace at the waist. The sleeveless design features a discrete V-neckline and an exquisite open back."
The next day for their traditional cathedral wedding, Chevallier wore a gown designed by Atelier Boisanger. Sharing an image of the bride and groom walking down the aisle, the French designer wrote revealed that the gown took 300 hours to create.
"Atelier Boisanger created a breathtaking wedding dress made of Silk Zagar and embroidered Chantilly Lace... it required 300 hours of embroideries, of patience and passion," they wrote.
Later in the day, the bride changed into her third wedding outfit: another stunning design by Rosa Clará, this time a short dress with an embroidered overskirt. "Marie Chevallier wore one of our unique designs as her second wedding dress for her church ceremony," the brand wrote on Instagram. "She selected an amazing lace dress with a beautiful deep neckline, subtle beaded appliqués and a bold short hemline under a spectacular extra-soft tulle and embroidered overskirt - the perfect blend of striking statement, elegance and sophistication!"
Both the bride and groom shared sweet photos from the day, including with their dog, Pancake, who - similar to Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas' dogs at their wedding - wore a tiny fake suit around his neck.
Congratulations to the happy couple!