On May 15, Ariana Grande got married to real estate developer Dalton Gomez. Now we can see the bride’s look, refined in Audrey Hepburn style with the gathered hairstyle and the black 60s cat-eye, but with the rock touch of the micro tattoos in plain sight.
To perform on stage, she chooses sequins, vinyl, mini dresses, dizzying plateaus. But when it comes to the day of the yes, even Ariana Grande relies on the great classics of fashion and beauty.
The multi-award-winning pop star got married in Montecito, and now we have the pleasure of seeing the photos of the intimate ceremony that took place in her residence.
Her Wedding Look
The wedding dress was made from a delicate floral white silk satin with a sweetheart bodice and a plunging backline. The dress was an elegant and refined creation by Vera Wang.
Ariana combined the dress with a medium-length veil with a bow, which to keen observers it appeared as a tribute to Audrey Hepburn in the film Cinderella in Paris. She opted for Giuseppe Zanotti’s white satin close-toe platform and Lorraine Schwartz pearl and diamond earrings to complete the look.
As for the beauty look, the former Disney star chose to replicate her iconic hairstyle: the ponytail. It was executed to perfection by hairstylist Josh Liu, who packed the hair at the center of her head with a very light wave from the central part.
The makeup, created by Ash K Holm, is a masterpiece of matte makeup, refined, precise, played on shades of nude, powder, orange-brown, hyper-defined thanks to the eyeliner and very thick black lashes.
How Vera Wang Came To Design Her Dress
Exclusively for Vogue, the pop star told a funny anecdote regarding the choice of the designer for her dress. At the 2018 Met Gala, Vera Wang had invited Ariana Grande as her escort for the most critical event in fashion. The two became friends.
At the end of the party, they jokingly promised each other that if the singer ever got married one day, Vera would design her dream dress. After three years, the big day has finally arrived, and Vera Wang has kept her promise. Audrey Hepburn’s dress inspires the wedding dress designed for Ariana in the 1957 romantic film ‘Cinderella in Paris.’
The Ceremony In Montecito
At four in the afternoon, in the Montecito house, the ceremony was held in which Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez exchanged wedding vows. Although in her song ‘Thank U Next,’ Ariana tells of wanting to be accompanied to the altar by her mother Joan Grande, her father Edward Butera had this honor.
Thanks to spending more time at home, the relationship between father and daughter has improved a lot, and Ariana wanted to share this special moment with him.
Edward led Ariana through the villa’s hallway to the living room, which they had specially decorated with a cascade of white and pink flowers hanging from the ceiling. There were also numerous candles, a tribute to the singer ‘Sweetener’ album, a symbol of the most painful moment of her life, and that is finally only part of the past.
Dalton and Ariana have sworn eternal love under the eyes of family members and very few close friends. After the ceremony and the ritual of the photos, the party moved to the internal garden of the house, where the dinner table was impeccably decorated and set with white flowers, candelabra, and crystal goblets. The party then continued until late.