Whitney Port married her producer fiancé Tim Rosenman two weeks ago, but the first photos on social media are only just surfacing. The bride and groom opted for a "modern take on a traditional wedding", which was perfectly reflected in Whitney's super stylish gown.
The former star of The Hills chose to flaunt her endless legs in a dress that featured a waterfall hemline. The gown, which Whitney helped design with Ashi Studio, was modelled after an Italian chandelier, Us Weekly reports, and fell mid-knee.
It was finished with silver embroidery and off-white pearls, and a breathtaking one-metre long train.
The secret is out! Whitney Port (@whitneyeveport) and Tim Rosenman’s Wedding was one of the most beautiful and special weddings I have ever had the honor of capturing. It was such a pleasure working with these lovely people this past weekend in Palm Springs! For a sneak peak, check out the newest issue of @usweekly. I will be posting the full wedding album towards the end of the month. Stay tuned! Event Coordination: @bkevents | Dress: @ashistudio | Makeup: @glamsquad | Florals: @sticksstonesfd
"She looked amazing and her dress was so spectacular," said Whitney Port's fiancé Tim Rosenman
Whitney and Tim, who said "I do" on Saturday 7 November in Palm Springs, California, actually saw each other before the ceremony. The lovebirds took part in a pre-wedding photoshoot where Tim was able to savour a moment with his future wife.
"It was awesome," the groom told Us Weekly. "She looked amazing and her dress was so spectacular. There was so much build-up to what her dress was going to look like because we kept it secret. I didn't think it could possibly match the build-up, but I was blown away. She looked fantastic."
"I was blown away," the groom added
Sadly the former star of The Hills lost her father to kidney cancer in 2013, just a few months before getting engaged to Tim.
"I thought I was going to be hysterical because when you dream of this day, that's the moment when your father is walking you down," said Whitney. "Leading up to the wedding, that's what I was most scared of and how I was going to feel and if I was going to be able to hold it together.
"Honestly, I think I was just so surrounded by love and I saw so many smiling, loving faces and then Tim at the end – that trumped all of the sadness, which was awesome."
"I felt like I was floating and it didn't feel like anybody else was there," said Whitney
During the outdoor ceremony attended by 200 guests, the couple said personal vows they had written themselves. Whitney promised to kiss her husband good night and good morning at the start and end of each day.
Tim, meanwhile, said: "I love you Whit. I really do. You are my family. You are my entire life, and I promise to spend the rest of mine making sure you know that you have nothing to ever worry about again. We have each other to face all the battles life throws our way and share in all the great things to come."
In her vows, Whitney promised to kiss her husband good night and good morning every day
Saying the vows was, by far, Whitney's favourite part of the day. "I just felt like I was floating and it didn't feel like anybody else was there," she said.