Everybody wanted the spotlight to be on Pippy Middleton, the bride on her Wedding day. When Kate Middleton attended her sister's wedding on Saturday, May 20, the Duchess of Cambridge intentionally did not dress to get the attention she usually gets. She did not want the focus to be on her because whatever she wears makes headlines. She wanted people to be talking about what her sister was wearing at her wedding.

What Kate wore

What Kate wore was elegant, but people could tell that she dressed modestly for this particular occasion. She chose a dusty rose long-sleeved midi dress designed by Alexander McQueen who usually makes her dresses for formal occasions, including her wedding dress.

She and her mother, Carole Middleton, both wore the same color with matching fascinators. Kate also wore matching suede pumps and dropped earrings.

For once, people had negative comments about what Kate wore. Some thought her dress was too matronly, and the color was too dull. Her outfit was described as "modest" and "understated." Even though she is the Duchess of Cambridge, it was evident to see that on that special day she fulfilled her purpose by just being the older sister of the bride.

What Pippa wore

Pippa Middleton wore a beautiful classic dress by British fashion designer Giles Deacon whose fans include Kendall Jenner and Abbey Clancy. Wedding experts said it was a good choice because it was soft, elegant and very English.

The silk cotton lace was hand appliqued to give the illusion that there were no seams on the high neck, cap-sleeved ivory gown with a corseted bodice. It had a keyhole in the back that showed just a little skin without it being too much. It went well with the high neckline in the front. It displayed the romantic feel Pippa was aiming for.

The long, glamorous pearl-embellished tulle veil designed by legendary milliner Stephen Jones was beautiful. The tiara she wore in her hair was by Robinson Pelham. The ivory stain pumps were by Manolo Blahnik with pearl detailing. Jewelry expert Sarah Royce-Greensill noticed that Pippa wore the Robinson Pelham diamond earrings she wore when she was her sister's bridesmaid in 2011.

They might have been a special gift from her sister.

The bride carried a bouquet made of a mixture of peony, sweet pea, astilbe, freesia, wax flower, green bell and alchemilla mollies.

The experts said Pippa's outfit went along with the setting because it was an English country wedding and a country garden reception. They concluded that Pippa might have set the trend for other brides to copy because the dress is easy to make by other designers.

It is no doubt that nobody upstaged or outshined the happy bride either at her wedding or at the evening reception.