Jessica Biel’s wedding dress designer

Yesterday morning, thinking about Jessica Biel’s wedding dress, a light bulb suddenly lit in my head.

I remembered I had seen pictures of the newlywed actress attending the Giambattista Valli Paris Fashion show back in October, and it suddenly hit me!

My suspicions were soon confirmed when HELLO! Magazine posted the first stunning picture of Jessica and Justin’s wedding this morning.

The 30-year-old star dazzled on her big day in a non-traditional white bridal dress with touches of pink designed by Giambattista himself.

She went for a natural and minimal look for hair and make-up, and her bouquet was made out of camomiles.

The designer, who was behind Margherita Missoni‘s gypsy-inspired wedding look, also dressed Jessica’s bridesmaids and mother.

But it doesn’t stop there, once the couple had exchanged vows, the bride apparently changed into a second dress to celebrate her nuptials, which we will be able to see in next week’s HELLO! issue.

Jessica has long been friends with the designer and has chosen his stunning gowns for premieres and award shows.

Most recently at the Total Recall premiere in London (above left), where she dazzled in a white lace tuxedo shirt and a feathered floral appliqué pencil skirt.

But Jessica isn’t the only celeb that favours Giambattista for special occasions.

Last year, Charlotte Casiraghi stunned at the Monaco Royal Wedding with her Couture ball gown created in a very special colour, ‘Princess Grace’ blue, in honour of her grandmother.

Emma Stone and Diane Kruger chose the designer to attend the Oscar’s and Cannes Festival, respectively.

Emma in a sticking red gown and Diane in a silk mint-green creation which totally took my breath away.

And last year, the designer attended the Met Ball with model Doutzen Kroes, who shined in a red tulle gown, a dress perfect for any A-List wedding.

What do you think of Jessica’s wedding dress? Would you have preferred any of the above?

MB xxx

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