Ariana Grande Wedding

Ariana Grande Wedding dressed like Audrey Hepburn on a Saturday in the middle of May when she married real estate agent Dalton Gomez at their home in Montecito, California. She wore haute fashion by Vera Wang. It was at the Met Gala a few years ago that Ariana and Vera made a very important deal:

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Ariana Grande Wedding

Vera promised that she would make Ariana look beautiful on her wedding day, and the famous designer kept her word. On her big day, the pop star looked beautiful in a custom-made lily-white silk charmeuse empire-waist column gown with a sculpted neckline, an exposed bra-strap closing, and a plunging back. A shoulder-length hand-pleated bubble veil with a sweet satin bow on top was worn with the dress.

Overall, Mimi Cuttrell’s styling of the outfit made it look like the outfit Stockton wore in Funny Face. The bride’s engagement ring was paired with Lorraine Schwartz’s pearl and diamond earrings. One pair was worn upside down, paying homage to Schwartz’s style that began during the Sweetener era, and the other pair was worn upright.

For Ariana, this has a lot of meaning because it honors the worst or most “upside down” times in her life and how they have helped her become the person and singer she is today. Josh Liu styled her hair into a half-up style with soft curls, and Ash K. Holm gave her natural makeup, shaped eyebrows, and a beautiful, winged liner.

Ariana Grande Wedding


Less than 20 close family and friends of the couple, who started dating in January 2020 and got engaged in December of that year, were there to witness the small wedding. Ariana’s mom, Joan Grande, gave her away, just like the song’s lyrics said she would (“One day I’ll walk down the aisle holding hands with my mom”).

In real life, she did it with Ariana’s dad, Ed Butera.

It was a personal high point and one of the most special moments for the bride. Dalton, wearing a Tom Ford suit, waited under flowers hanging from the ceiling. Then the couple said their vows, promising to live happily ever after and to be forever in love.

Ariana Grande Wedding

If, like many, you expected Ariana Grande to walk down the aisle in a tulle-festoon princess gown, the recently released photos from her mid-May wedding will stun you. In an intimate wedding held at her home in Montecito, California, the singer married real estate agent Dalton Gomez, whom she began dating in early 2020.

Grande and Gomez’s wedding was an exclusive, small event attended by less than 20 of the couple’s closest friends and family members. Another close relationship brought out the beautiful dress: a Vera Wang haute gown that featured multiple references to Audrey Hepburn’s Funny Face.

(An famous bridal fashion touchstone that actress Zoe Kravitz also referenced in her wedding dress.) The decision was reportedly made several years ago at the Met Gala, with Vera Wang promising Grande that she would one day create the singer’s wedding dress.

The custom gown featured an empire waist column shape, a sculpted neckline that gave way to an exposed bra-strap and plunging back, styled to perfection by Mimi Cuttrell.

Just like Hepburn’s character Jo Stockton, Grande wore a short veil finished with a crisp satin bow. Here, more information about the stunning wedding dress.


For her soft half-up half-down hair, she picked hairstylist Josh Lui, while her soft winged shadow and liner were created by makeup artist Ash K. Holm. Her husband, Gomez wore a Tom Ford suit to marry his girlfriend. Grande was walked down the aisle by her mother Joan Grande and father Ed Butera.

Ariana Grande continues to break records, not just in terms of music.

The superstar shared a gallery of private wedding pictures with her husband Dalton Gomez on Instagram, and that gallery now has over 25 million likes, setting a record for the most-liked photo on Instagram.

The pictures show Ari’s custom Vera Wang wedding dress, as well as the bride and groom kissing under beautiful flowers hanging from the ceiling.

Ariana Grande Wedding

Arie’s gallery has beaten posts from Billie Eilish and the late XXXTentacion, who previously held the record. Billie’s Instagram post in March showing off her new blonde hairstyle got 23 million likes, while XXX’s last post before his untimely death in 2020 had over 24 million likes.

However, the photo of an egg posted by the account World_Record_Egg is still the most liked photo on the social site, with 55 million likes. Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.

In case you missed it, Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez recently got married in a small wedding. The two swapped rings at Ariana’s Montecito, California home, and Dalton’s band was very sentimental for Ariana, as the real estate agent designed it himself.

Ariana Grande Wedding

According to E! News, Dalton designed Ariana’s band with the help of jeweler Jack Solo of Solo & Co. Jewelers and produced a “beautiful” platinum and diamond band. “It’s a beautiful, beautiful platinum and diamond pavé band,” a spokesperson for the gold company told E! “Dalton was very happy with it.”

If you’ve watched Ariana and Dalton’s relationship, this will come as no surprise, as he also designed Ariana’s unique pearl and diamond engagement ring.

“He was very clear about what he wanted,” the jeweler said at the time of their wedding.

“They had very strong feelings about how they wanted it to look, a modern kind of way. It was their idea to have the diamonds at an angle and they told me that we also had to add a pearl into the finished piece because it’s emotionally very special, the pearl element is emotionally very special to Ariana. They wanted to put that into the ring.

Ariana Grande Wedding

The bride wore Vera Wang.

Less than two weeks after Ariana Grande and her realtor husband Dalton Gomez said “I do” in a private wedding at Ariana’s Montecito, California home, new photos on Vogue show the bride and groom on their special day, which they shared with less than 20 guests.

And yes, it includes pictures of the “Positions” singer’s beautiful wedding dress.

According to the magazine, Ariana—who also wore a Sistine Chapel-inspired gown designed by Wang to the 2018 Met Gala—arranged with the designer to make her wedding dress years ago. Wang fulfilled that promise, creating an empire waist dress with a plunging neckline for the Grammy winner.

Ariana Grande Wedding

Meanwhile, Dalton wore a black and white suit created by Tom Ford.

Another celebrity favorite designer, Lorraine Schwartz, designed pearl and diamond earrings for Ari — which had a special meaning behind them. The singer wore one earring upside down as a way to mark challenging or “upside down” times in her life.

Ariana, whose album Sweetener features a picture of herself looking upside down, tweeted about her reason for looking upside down in June 2018.

She wrote, “I showed Aaron a picture and he was sitting in front of me, and he said, ‘I like upside down too’ and at that time it was just like, I’ve been feeling very ‘upside down’ for a while and the simplicity of it was like oh duh wow my bestie is a genius. Everything clicked after that.”

Ariana Grande Wedding

However, Ariana’s wedding to Dalton has been nothing but frank. She walked down the aisle with both of her parents, Joan Grande and Ed Butera, despite her song “Thank U, Next” only stating how she would be “holding hands” with her “mom” during this special moment.

Ariana and Ed, who have had a challenging relationship over the years, solidified that they were in a much better relationship when she changed the lyrics of

“Thank U, Next” from “I’ll be thanking my dad / ‘Cuz she grew up with the drama” to “I’ll be thanking my dad / ‘Cuz he’s really amazing” during her 2020 Grammy performance.

Ariana Grande Wedding

The decor was special, too: Flowers hung from the ceiling, and the room glowed with candles.

As Ariana sang about her wedding day in “Thank U, Next,” she “only wants to do it once.” And it was definitely a once-in-a-lifetime event!

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