Millie Mackintosh’s bridal look

Made in Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh and Professor Green have finally tied the knot! The couple married in a countryside wedding at Babington House after more than three years together, and here we examine the bride’s stunning vintage wedding look!

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The dress and shoes

The Quality Street heir chose a stunning Alice Temperley ‘Bluebell’ vintage white gown with a waterfall hemline, a train and lace detailing around the shoulders. The dress had cap sleeves and perfectly showed off her stunning slim figure.

The dress is still available to purchase from the designer’s website. It belongs to the Florence bridal collection.

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The Temperley Bridal Florence 2013 Collection contains a wide variety of fantasy dresses in silhouettes that celebrate the female form, resulting in a collection of dresses memories are made in. Each piece conveys an elegance and sophistication, all with the same timeless, feminine and ethereal nature that is the Temperley handwriting. Ranging from classic Grace Kelly inspired styles to more decadent 50’s Hollywood shapes; the collection is largely inspired by film noir screen sirens. The prices range from £2,950 to £4,200.

The star completed the look with sky-high Christian Louboutin peep-toe shoes in White, which retail at £625.

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Hair and make-up

The bride styled her hair into a pretty pleated floral updo and topped off her look with an elegant silver watch, pearl earings and  a shoulder-length veil, which she later took off for her reception (as seen above).

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Millie kept her make-up natural. She didn’t go for heavy eyeliner, and kept her look “fresh and young”, like she had previously revealed.

Bouquet

White, cream and pink flowers made up the bride’s bouquet, which perfectly matched her floral headpiece.

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Do you like Millie’s look? What do you think of her wedding dress?

MB

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