All the Little Details We Know About Ariana Grande’s Wedding

Congratulations to the newlyweds!

Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez married in a dreamy and intimate ceremony on May 15th. Dating since early 2020, the two announced their engagement that December. Sharing photos from the ceremony on her Instagram page and Vogue, the wedding conveyed stunning images of the couple and the venue alike. 

Here’s what we know about the details:

Audrey Hepburn Inspiration 

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Adorned with a delicate veil with a satin bow at the top, Ariana’s look was inspired directly by Audrey Hepburn’s Funny Face character Jo Stockton. The resemblance is uncanny, and Ariana pays perfect homage in her own signature way. 

Pearl and Diamond Earrings

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Designed by Lorraine Schwartz, Ariana wore dropdown pearl and diamond earrings, similar to her wedding ring. Significant to how she appreciates both her “upside-down” moments in life to get her to where she is today, one earring was right-side up while the other was upside down. 

Custom Vera Wang Wedding Gown

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After creating a custom gown for her in 2018 for the MET Gala, Vera Wang vowed to Ariana that she would also design her wedding gown, according to Vogue. The final product was a breath-taking custom lily-white silk charmeuse empire waist column gown, embodying both Ariana’s personal style and Wang’s notorious eye for design. An exposed back and a plunging sweetheart neckline paired perfectly with her soft yet sculpted makeup and hair by Josh Liu and Ash K Holm

Intimate Ceremony

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Hosted at her home in Montecito, California, the newlyweds wed in a very small ceremony, with less than 20 of their closest friends and family. Dreamy flowers and vines draped from the ceiling, embellished with a candlelit glow, creating a magical atmosphere fit for the bride and groom. 

Down the Aisle

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According to Vogue, both Ariana’s mother, Joan Grande and father, Ed Butera, walked her down the aisle to her groom waiting for her at the end, who was dressed in Tom Ford suit under a ceiling of cascading flowers.

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