Deciding what dress to wear on your big day is almost as important as deciding on who you’re marrying – scratch that, it’s more important. From lace to organza, chiffon to silk, and eggshell white to off-white, there are endless of decisions to be made before your big day. Regardless of your preferences, its indisputable that Arab designers always know how to design the perfect wedding dress. From the bigger names like Elie Saab and Zuhair Murad who have known dominated Paris fashion weeks, Arab designers have proved time and time again that they do wedding dresses better than most. And most recently, Reem Acra, the Lebanese designer that should be on everyone’s radar, proved she’s worthy of our admiration with the latest dress she designed.

Some prefer exaggerated and flamboyant dresses, but if you’re all about simplicity, Reem Acra is the designer for you. The designer took to Instagram to share a stunning gown worn by Rebecca Bettarini, an Italian writer, who married Grand Duke George Mikhailovich of Russia in Russia’s first royal wedding in over 100 years. The wedding took place in Saint Isaac’s Cathedral in Saint Petersburg, where the newly weds exchanged vows and tied the knot.

Princess Rebecca stunned in a long sleeve white satin gown, fitted from the bust. She paired the angelic gown with a stunning 27 carat diamond tiara designed by Chaumet – fit for a princess.