The images were taken by Alex Bramall at Windsor Castle and later at a private dinner at Royal Lodge.
Another shot captures the ninth in line to the throne in a Zac Posen silk gown as she heads to the evening reception with her new husband.
Eugenie's nuptials had much of the same pomp and pageantry as Harry's, but the grandeur for a "minor royal" attracted some criticism.
Unlike previous royal brides and grooms - including Harry and Meghan, William and Kate, and Charles and Diana - the newlyweds do not appear to have opted for the traditional "sitting down" photo.
And not only did she change up her outfits, but Princess Eugenie also let her hair down for the evening event.
The Times says pre-wedding cynicism about the cost of the wedding were "swept aside", asking: "With a bride who simply seemed incapable of stopping smiling, who could begrudge them their happiness?"
Behind the Queen stands Eugenie's sister, Princess Beatrice, and the princesses' parents, Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York.
President Trump gave his congratulations to Princess Eugenie for her marriage to Jack Brooksbank Sunday, two days after they got married.
The Sun focuses on mother of the bride the Duchess of York, revealing how she almost "stole the show" by arriving six minutes late.
After the service, the couple took a horse-drawn carriage tour of Windsor before a reception at the castle hosted by the queen. Brooksbank, who works as a brand ambassador for Casamigos tequila, proposed to Eugenie, an art gallery director, last winter.
Security around Windsor was tight, with airport-style checks and a heavy police presence.
"Turns out Camilla is carrying out 2 engagements with a number of children on Friday 12th, Eugenie's wedding day", royal commentator Victoria Arbiter wrote on Twitter.
The first photo below features Eugenie and Brooksbank in the White Drawing Room, joined by Brooksbank's family and members of the royal family.
Sam revealed details of her unexpected greaser look to Harper's Bazaar, saying he designed it with two terms in mind: "fun and informality".