Pamella Roland reveals snaps from daughter's VERY lavish wedding

Saying ‘I do’ at Althorp! Charles Spencer’s friend Pamella Roland shares first photo of her daughter and her new husband who tied the knot in VERY lavish fashion at Princess Diana’s childhood home

  • US designer Pamella Roland has shared a glimpse of her daughter’s wedding
  • Cassie DeVos married British painter James Charles Ward at Althorp estate
  • Guests at the nuptials included Desperate Housewives actress Vanessa Williams 

American designer Pamella Roland has shared a glimpse of her daughter Cassie DeVos’ very glamorous wedding at Princess Diana’s childhood home.

Taking to Instagram, the 62-year-old congratulated her ‘wonderful daughter and handsome new son-in-law’ on their nuptials, which took place earlier this month at the Spencer family home, Althorp, in Northamptonshire.

The fashionista, who runs her eponymous evening wear line, shared a series of spectacular snaps from the ceremony of marketing manager Cassie and British painter James Charles Ward, and admitted that their stunning attires were all her own work.

Guests at the very lavish occasion included Desperate Housewives actress Vanessa Williams, while the wedding included the exterior of the Spencer family estate being lit up with hundreds of lights, to exquisite tables adorned with beautiful flower displays.

 American designer Pamella Roland has shared a glimpse of her daughter Cassie DeVos’ very glamorous wedding at Princess Diana’s childhood home (pictured)

Taking to Instagram, the 62-year-old congratulated her ‘wonderful daughter and handsome new son-in-law’ on their nuptials, which took place earlier this month at the Spencer family home, Althorp, in Northamptonshire (pictured)

Taking to Instagram,Desperate Housewives actress Vanessa Williams  shared a series of spectacular snaps from the wedding. Pictured, the exterior of Althorp house lit up

Delighted guests appeared to party the night away as the evening drew in (pictured)

Sharing images of her daughter, Cassie could be seen sporting an off-the shoulder, figure-hugging white gown, which featured jewelled detailing and an elegant lace veil.

Looking equally elegant, her mother donned an eye-catching purple frock, boasting cut-out features and worn with a matching head piece.

The men also put their best fashion foot forward, with the groom donning a navy formal outfit with a black tie and white shirt, while other male guests in the images were similarly suited.

‘Congratulations to my wonderful daughter and new son in law! @cassie_d_devos and @j__c__w ,who were married this month in the UK,’ wrote Pamella on her first post about the wedding online.

‘I am so filled with love and gratitude for the both of you. Here’s to the most beautiful bride and handsome groom having many years of health and happiness ahead! *all dressed in custom #pamellaroland*’ 

 The fashionista, who runs her eponymous evening wear line, shared a series of spectacular snaps from the ceremony of Cassie and British painter James Charles Ward (pictured), and admitted that their stunning attires were all her own work

Guests at the very lavish occasion (pictured) included Desperate Housewives actress Vanessa Williams, while the wedding included the exterior of the Spencer family estate being lit up with hundreds of lights, to exquisite tables adorned with beautiful flower displays

Sharing images of her daughter, Cassie (pictured centre) could be seen sporting an off-the shoulder, figure-hugging white gown, which featured jewelled detailing and an elegant lace veil

Sharing a second set of photographs, she added: ‘Truly a memorable weekend celebrating my daughter @cassie_d_devos and new son-in-law @j__c__w. 

‘Althrop was the perfect backdrop to this beautiful couple’s special day,’ the designer concluded.

Her daughter was quick to reply to the posts, commenting: ‘Best day of my life. I love you so much. Thank you for all the love and endless support you have shown me through the years. 

‘I wouldn’t be where I am today without you. You are absolutely the best Mom (or should I say Mum now?) in the entire world.’

Cassie’s husband appeared to be as equally touched by his mother-in-law’s words, replying: ‘You’re simply incredible. You’ve welcomed me with open arms into your family since day one. 

Vanessa, who was joined by her model daughter Sasha, opted for a chic yellow dress which she paired with a smart grey floral patterned jacket, along with a custom made headpiece by Emily London

The exquisite tables were adorned with beautiful flower displays (pictured)

Vanessa’s daughter Sasha (pictured) put on a glamorous display in a green gown (pictured)

‘I’m so proud to call you my mother-in-law! Thank you for trusting me in looking after your wonderful daughter. I love you.’

Pamella was the board member responsible for bringing an exhibit on the late Princess Diana to the Grand Rapids Art Museum in 2010. 

Elsewhere, other photos posted by guests showed them tucking into a seafood feast of fresh prawns and lobster, before partying the night away on the dancefloor which was lit up by strobe lighting.  

Earl Spencer, 57, lives at his family seat in the Northamptonshire countryside.

Charles has been custodian of the estate since the death of his father, John Spencer, in 1992, and he often posts updates about its stunning grounds and history to his social media accounts.

Cassie DeVos and British painter James Charles Ward looked the picture of happiness as their guests were treated to impressive light displays at their big day

Looking equally elegant, her mother donned an eye-catching purple frock, boasting cut-out features and worn with a matching head piece. Pictured, the bride, left

On July 1st this year, Princes William and Prince Harry unveiled a statue in the gardens of Kensington Palace in their mother’s memory.

The statue by Ian Rank-Broadley depicts Diana in the ‘more confident’ later years of her life and aims to reflect her ‘warmth, elegance and energy’, the sculptor said – as it was met with a mixed reaction.

Earl Spencer and Diana’s sisters Lady Jane Fellowes and Lady Sarah McCorquodale were among a handful of guests invited to the unveiling of the Diana statue, on what would have been the princess’s 60th birthday.

Although the public and media were excluded, crowds gathered in Kensington Gardens – where the late princess liked to jog and even rollerskate – keen to feel part of the day.

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