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Here's What We Loved About Barbara Palvin's Cozy Countryside Wedding

Model Barbara Palvin tied the knot with actor Dylan Sprouse this past weekend on her parent's property in Hungary. These are the things that stood out to us most from the celeb couples' wedding festivities:


The Dress

For the traditional Hungarian church ceremony, Barbara opted for a timeless custom-made gown from British fashion house Vivienne Westwood. With a structured bodice, square neckline, and full, ruched skirt, her dress embodied Westwood's classic wedding designs.


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The Venue

Keeping it simple and traditional, the couple exchanged vows at the same church her parents got married 34 years prior. After the ceremony, friends, and family celebrated the marriage back at Barbara's parents' property Harlekin Birtok in the Hungarian countryside. Since her parents own a wedding venue, there was no question where Barbara would get married; which made the planning process pretty simple.


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Bridal Party Attire

We loved that Barbara went with a color palette for her bridal party because it resulted in a dynamic array of looks that blended together effortlessly. Color palettes for bridal parties have been an ongoing trend this year because they allow people to express themselves and feel comfortable with what they're wearing, without appearing too matchy and overbearing. Barbara's bridal party looked perfect in pastels.


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Accessories

To elevate her bridal look, Palvin paired her gown with long, sheer gloves and a flowing cathedral-length gown. For her jewelry, Tiffany & Co. made the model a breathtaking 90's inspired diamond choker, that really took her look to the next level. She sparkled in custom Jimmy Choo pumps that matched her two different bridal looks.


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Reception Look

For her reception, Barbara changed into a custom midi Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini dress and another pair of Jimmy Choos. Her hair was pinned back in a half-up half-down style and finished with a white bow in the back. The dress featured crisscrossed straps in the back and was the perfect length for dancing.


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