Anne Hathaway is a married lady as of this past weekend. She married Adam “Jewelry Designer?” Shulman in Big Sur, reportedly using some of the same wedding-planning people as Natalie Portman. I was pleasantly surprised to find that we had lots of photos of Anne in her wedding gown, although they’re not the best quality or anything. You can make out some of the details, like the fact that it was off-the-shoulder, and that Anne was wearing a huge, controversial headpiece. Well, People Mag has more details on the dress. Did you know the gown was partly pink?
We’re well aware of your feelings on her bridal headpiece, but Anne Hathaway‘s wedding gown was quite a dream. And, surprise — it was partially pink!
The custom Valentino creation — worn for the star’s nuptials to Adam Shulman in Big Sur, Calif., last Saturday — was imagined by the designer himself, and made by seamstresses in the brand’s couture atelier in Rome.
According to a rep for Valentino, the design team created a strapless ivory silk point d’esprit tulle dress, which includes a pink hand-painted shaded train embroidered with satin flowers. The 1920s-inspired veil consists of a lace ribbon with a large flower, adorned with small crystal beads.
“The wedding was lovely and Anne looked gorgeous,” a source tells PEOPLE, adding that the bride skipped jewelry and let the gown and veil take center stage. “She looked very pretty.”
You can see Valentino’s sketch of the gown and headpiece here. Thoughts on having pink on your wedding gown? I don’t care for that at all – but I’m probably considered a wedding-gown traditionalist. Whenever my mom makes me watch Say Yes To the Dress, I always end up yelling at the brides who want to look like hookers on their wedding days, with their boobs out and with too-high front slits and everything. Just find a proper, simple, classic, white wedding gown, for the love of God. As for Anne’s headpiece… I bet it wasn’t as bandage-looking in person, up close. It doesn’t look amazing from this distance, but maybe it framed her face in a really great way.
A few more details about the wedding – apparently, the ceremony was conducted by a priest and a rabbi. I think Shulman is Jewish? As for the food, the guests enjoyed a “family-style dinner of locally-grown food on wooden farm tables” while listening to “a jazz performance by Americano Social Club.” And lastly, PETA has sponsored a calf in honor of Anne’s wedding.
Photos courtesy of Fame/Flynet.