Who Designed Jade Roper's Wedding Dress? The 'Bachelor In Paradise' Star's Gown Was One Of A Kind
Big news, Bachelor nation. Your favorite Bachelor in Paradise romance of season's yore — Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert — have finally tied the knot (in case you didn't know), and you (yes, you!) get to witness it all go down Sunday, February 14. The Bachelor at 20: A Celebration of Love will air on Valentine's Day and feature none other than the now newlyweds' wedding ceremony. But, if you're a loyal fan of the franchise and/or Janner, chances are you have already curiously been scouring the Interwebs for a sneak peek of the ceremony. Which means that you've seen the couple dressed to the nines on their big day — and may be wondering who designed Jade's gorgeous wedding dress.
The couple — who became engaged on the season finale of Bachelor in Paradise Season 2 — wed at the St. Regis Monarch Beach in California on January 24. From the looks of the photos, the ceremony was gorgeous, glamorous, and a bit like a fairy tale. Plus, not surprisingly, Jade stunned in a gown that was, according to the Kansas City Star, a custom-made Galia Lahav gown. The floor-length, sleeveless dress had thin straps, a deep cut neckline, and intricately embroidered bodice. Roper wore her hair up, donned a veil and diamond drop earrings, and carried some white and pink roses down the aisle. She looked like an actual princess, true story. Check it out below.
According to E! Online Roper's been "obsessed" with Lahav's work "forever." A quick scroll through the designer's Instagram, and you might just understand why — her dresses are exquisitely detailed and flattering, with a mix of classic and new silhouettes. I don't think I could have seen Jade going with any other designer, and apparently, I'm not the only one. Roper's new husband was thrilled with the way it turned out, and happy that it met his "one condition" (which was no sleeves! How classic of you, Tanner.) He told People, "She looked gorgeous. It was a mix of elegance and sexiness." Seems about right.
Be sure to catch the couple, the wedding, and the dress when The Bachelor at 20: A Celebration of Love airs February 14. Congratulations you two! Wishing you a lifetime of happiness, companionship, and of course, paradise. (Had to.)