Zuhair Murad reveals sketch of Sofia Vergara's wedding dress

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Sofia Vergara made an absolutely beautiful bride at her lavish wedding when she became the wife of Joe Manganiello in a four-day celebration over the weekend. Part of the reason she stole the show was her custom-made Zuhair Murad couture gown which made her look like a princess.

The renowned designer created the luxurious piece with Sofia's trademark strapless neckline, intricate embroidery and a trailing skirt. But the beautiful creation started as a simple sketch which Zuhair shared on his Instagram page.

It all started from here 🖌🖍🖊 Stay tuned for more pictures & information about last night's unique piece #jofia

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The Lebanese designer shared the photo with a reference to the hashtag specially created by Sofia for her big day: "It all started from here. Stay tuned for more pictures & information about last night's unique piece #jofia."

The Modern Family star and her groom wed at The Breakers hotel in Palm Beach, Florida on Sunday, exchanging vows in Spanish and English before sharing a dance to Frank Sinatra's The Way You Look Tonight.

@pitbull + #ClanVergara = #jofia @sofiavergara @joemanganiello

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Pitbull performed his hits for Sofia, Joe and all their guests

Topping off an incredible evening Latin singer Pitbull provided the entertainment, performing some of his biggest hits while the happy couple joined him on stage.

The night before at Saturday's rehearsal dinner the groom showed that he's a pretty good entertainer too. Joe serenaded his bride with the Guns N Roses song Sweet Child O' Mine.

Looking on were guests, including Reese Witherspoon, Channing Tatum, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sofia's Modern Family co-stars, who had joined the couple for dinner in the Brazilian Court Hotel, also in Palm Beach.

Enjoying Miami’s warm temperatures, the dinner guests sat outside in the hotel’s courtyard in a large marquee, with a cherubic fountain in the centre. The ceiling was decorated with hundreds of small fairy lights making it appear like a starry sky.

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