In Pictures: Ariana Grande’s Secret Wedding to Dalton Gomez
In the middle of May this year, Ariana Grande surprised fans when she announced that she had gotten married to her boyfriend, real estate agent Dalton Gomez, in an intimate and small ceremony in California.
Now, almost two weeks later, Grande decided to let the world in on the gorgeous and cosy ceremony—and we have all the details right here.
Ariana revealed that she walked down the aisle wearing a Vera Wang Haute gown. What's special is that the dress was the result of a pact made between the famed fashion designer and the singer when they met at the Met Gala a number of years ago.
Vera had promised that she would create an outfit for Ariana to wear on her big day and she certainly delivered.
Grande also wore her hair half-up with gorgeous curls which were done by celebrity hairstylist Josh Liu. Her natural makeup look was the work of Ash K Holm, a makeup artist based in Los Angeles.
She also wore an elegant pear and diamond earring set by Lorraine Schwartz which matched her engagement ring.
Gomez, on the other hand, wore a sleek black Tom Ford suit to complement his bride.
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According to Grande's representative, the adorable couple kept the event small.
"It was tiny and intimate—[fewer] than 20 people. The room was so happy and full of love. The couple and both families couldn't be happier."
In fact, the ceremony reportedly took place in Grande's home in Montecito, Southern California where the couple had flowers suspended from the ceiling as well as romantic candles set up along the floor.
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The couple started dating in January 2020 and spent much of their relationship in lockdown as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In June, the couple shared their first picture together on Instagram and announced their engagement in December when Grande posted a picture of her oval-cut white diamond ring that was estimated to be around five carats.
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