Of course, Ariana Grande went with her signature half-ponytail to complete her dreamy, old Hollywood-inspired wedding look.
The singer, 27, shared the first photos on Wednesday from her intimate, at-home May 15 wedding to luxury real estate agent Dalton Gomez, featuring shots of the newlyweds kissing and solo images of Grande showing off her dress and makeup.
“5.15.21,” Grande captioned the photos with a white heart.
Her lily-white strapless silk gown with a plunging back was a custom design from Vera Wang, and she completed the look with Lorraine Schwartz pearl and diamond earrings and a veil from Vera Wang topped with a white satin bow – another signature style for the pop star. Per Vogue, the look was a nod to Audrey Hepburn’s wedding dress look in the 1957 rom-com “Funny Face.”
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The “Thank U, Next” singer, 27, announced her engagement to the real estate agent in December when she debuted a huge ring on Instagram, showing off a diamond and pearl ring on her left ring finger while cozying up to her new beau Gomez.
“forever n then some,” Grande captioned the post.
Reports first emerged of Grande and Gomez’s relationship in March, though neither has publicly confirmed their relationship aside from occasional photos together on social media.
According to his bio online, Gomez is the sole buyers agent for the luxury real estate firm Aaron Kirman Group in Los Angeles. He also served as the Director of Operations during his first three years with the company.
‘forever n then some’:Ariana Grande is engaged to real estate agent Dalton Gomez
Grande last shared a series of photos of her and Gomez in April calling him her “heart” and her “person.”
“thank u so much for being u,” she captioned the Instagram post.
Grande was previously engaged to “Saturday Night Live” star Pete Davidson after meeting him during her stint on “SNL.” Love blossomed for the pop star and the comedian, and they became engaged just weeks after making their relationship Instagram official. The two called off their engagement in October 2018.
A month later, Grande released “Thank U, Next.” The opening lines of the song mention Davidson along with her other exes Big Sean, Ricky Alvarez and Mac Miller, who died of a drug overdose in September 2018.
Contributing: Rasha Ali