Saturday, September 5, 2015

Jessica Biel wore a pink wedding dress

People Magazine, which has exclusively secured details from the nuptials, released a preview of its pending issue. The cover features Timberlake, jumping for joy, and Biel, seated in a pink gown.

Jessica Biel wore a pink wedding dress

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Timberlake and Biel on the cover of People.
Timberlake and Biel on the cover of People.

She was a blushing bride, indeed.

Jessica Biel wed Justin Timberlake in Southern Italy last week in an intimate, romantic ceremony before 100 guests.

People magazine, with details involving the nuptials, released a preview of its pending issue Wednesday morning. The publication reportedly dished out $300,000 to obtain exclusive rights to the couple's photos. The magazine's cover features Timberlake, jumping for joy, and Biel, seated in her pink wedding gown. Yes, pink!

Which designer was responsible for this (dis)coloration, one might ask? The publication reports that the 31-year-old actress donned a custom-designed gown by Giambattista Valli Haute Couture. The members of her bridal party, as well as the mothers of the bride and groom, also wore Giambattista Valli. The groom, who serenaded his bride as she walked down the aisle, wore a tux by Tom Ford.

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Colored wedding dresses, though still unique, are a rising trend especially among celebrities.

Actress Amber Tamblyn, who recently wed in an outdoor ceremony by a lake, walked down the aisle in yellow. Anne Hathaway, who preceded Biel in pink, wed her beau Adam Schulman this summer in a custom-designed Valentino gown.

What are your thoughts on colored wedding gowns?

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