Wowsers. That is a dress with major va va voom. Who says lace is old fashioned, hah? As for Girls Aloud bandmates Nicola and Cheryl; there's a lot to be said for having your bridesmaids in different dresses that suit their individual colouring.
I for one will be picking up a copy of Hello magazine this week to see more from Kimberley Walsh's #wedding pic.twitter.com/8saSnwUi8b
— Rachel Parry (@rachelupnorth) February 7, 2016
The bridal party's attire has come to public attention thanks to the current issue of Hello! According to the article: "Kimberley walked down the aisle in an exquisite bespoke lace and silk gown by Berta Bridal from exclusive London stockists The Wedding Club."
Speaking of his bride walking down the aisle, Justin said: "I couldn’t wait to see her... Although I quickly realised I was in the doghouse even before we were husband and wife when her first words to me at the altar were, ‘Why didn’t you turn round?’... When I did, though ... wow. She just looked incredible; more gorgeous than I’ve ever seen her." As for why he didn't turn around, apparently the minister had told him not to. Meddling minister. Franc ALWAYS says turn around to see your bride.
The article adds that: "After exchanging vows in St James Parish Church, surrounded by family including their 16-month-old son Bobby and guests including Denise Van Outen and Kara Tointon, the wedding party moved to nearby restaurant The Cliff for the wedding reception. There, moving speeches were delivered by family members before guests sat down to a candelelit wedding supper."
To read more of the interview, and see all the pics, pick up the latest issue of HELLO! magazine. While we have you, are you a fan of Kimberley's custom made lacy number?