Glowing bride Jessica Biel recently made her grand entrance down the aisle in a custom-made, petal-pink Giambattista Valli Haute Couture gown. But the newly-wed Mrs Timberlake is not the first star to have chosen an alternative hue for her big day.No less than three other celebrities have said 'I do' to blush shades this year. And Anne Hathaway and Reese Witherspoon are just a couple among many iconic brides to have steered away from wearing a traditional all-white wedding dress.
Amidst the catwalk this season were embroidered pink dresses flowing with crystals or delicate pearls and accompanied by ornate headdresses. So you can find that spectacular pastel gown from a wonderful range of designs, such as in Rosa Clara's 2013 bridal collection featuring a host of silhouettes inspired by Twenties glamour.
Jessica and Justin revealed to HELLO! that their candlelit ceremony was all about "romance, romance, romance", and this was set off by her fairytale wedding dress and complemented by the glowing bride's light and delicate make-up.Take inspiration from one of Jessica's favourite designers, Elie Saab, who perfected soft petal colour lips at his bridal show with a matching faint blush and volumnised lashes. To get the Sixties doe-eyed look use individual fake lashes along your lower lid for a subtle, yet breathtaking, effect and finish with a sweep of lengthening mascara and precision liquid eyeliner.
Alongside the bride's bespoke engagement ring stood out gorgeous jewels by Martin Katz, featuring yellow and pink diamond and rose-gold earrings.Jessica also accessorised her custom-made tiered strapless gown with a floor-length veil embroidered with pearls, and an heirloom pink pearl bracelet belonging to her mother-in-law. So whether on a radiant engagement ring or jewels inlaid with family tradition, a touch of coloured sparkle can add the perfect finish to illuminate your wedding dress.