The King also wore two grand stars: the Swedish Order of the Seraphim's grand star at the top and the grand star of the Order of Vasa underneath. On his chest (from inside outwards), The King wore decorations in miniature: King Gustav V's Jubilee Order II, King Gustav VI Adolf's Commemorative Medal, the Order of the Seraphim, the Order of the Sword, the Order of the Polar Star and the Order of Vasa.
This was accompanied by Queen Sofia's Tiara and a brilliant necklace with drop. The Queen also wore the Order of the Seraphim on a ribbon with a brilliant grand star.
The Crown Princess wore Princess Lilian's Tiara and corsage, with the Order of the Seraphim on a ribbon with grand star. Princess Lilian's Tiara was made by the company Boucheron in Paris, and was originally a necklace. It was a gift from Queen Sofia (1836-1913) to Princess Lilian's mother-in-law, Crown Princess Margareta, on her wedding day in 1905.
The Prince wore the Order of the Seraphim on a ribbon with grand star. On his chest (from inside outwards) The Prince wore H.M. The King's Commemorative Medal, the National Service Medal, a training medal from Karlberg and the Uppland Medal.