Ariana Grande Dons a Vera Wang Gown and Her Signature High Ponytail during Her Home Wedding
Ariana Grande wore a jaw-dropping custom-made Vera Wang gown and her signature high ponytail when she wed her partner early this month.
On May 26, Ariana Grande gave a glimpse into her May 15th wedding to her fiancée, Dalton Gomez. The singer stunned in a custom-made Vera Wang gown, her signature ponytail, and gorgeous accessories.
The gown was a lily-white silk dress that featured a dramatic sculptured neckline, a sultry slit in the skirt, and an elegant low-plunging back. Of course, custom made by the famous wedding dress designer, Vera Wang.
According to Vogue, Wang had promised to make Grande's wedding dress when the two met at a Met Gala a few years ago. The designer did an immaculate job, as Grande looked absolutely beautiful.
Grande's style team completed the look with a shoulder-length bubble veil, which was atop her signature high ponytail that had the addition of perfect curls. The veil featured a sweet satin bow on the top.
For shoes, Grande opted for a pair of white platform heels from Giuseppe Zanotti. She wore a pair of diamond and pearl Lorraine Schwartz earrings, which matched her gorgeous engagement ring.
The "Thank You Next" singer kept her makeup understated. Her skin looked natural and flawless. For eyes, she wore her signature winged eyeliner and natural brown eyeshadow.
Grande's parents, Joan Grande and Ed Butera accompanied her down the aisle.
In terms of the groom, Gomez wore a black Tom Ford suit to the intimate nuptials. According to a source from People, there were less than 20 close friends and family at the wedding.
Two weeks after the couple swapped vowels, Grande shared multiple photos from her and Gomez's special day on Instagram. The photos gave an inside look at the wedding ceremony, held at Grande's Montecito home.
Her home was beautifully and simply decorated with candles and stunning white florals and green foliage hung from the ceiling. The star simply captioned her wedding photos, "5.15.21. 🤍"
Grande's parents, Joan Grande and Ed Butera accompanied her down the aisle. A source shared that both sets of parents were happy with Gomez and Grande's marriage as they match each other perfectly.
Grande and Gomez looked very much in love in the photo from the wedding. Grande shared a candid black and white photo of the pair kissing on their wedding day.
The now husband and wife were first spotted publically together in February 2020. In December, Grande announced she was engaged to her real estate boyfriend. A few months later, in May, they celebrated their wedding.