When Drew Barrymore walked down the aisle, all eyes were on her for obvious reasons! She is the beautiful looking bride. But for this time, it was more than that as she was wearing a wedding gown designed by Karl Lagerfied. A flower-embroidered Chanel gown designed by Karl Lagerfeld himself.
"The day was perfect. Everyone we love and care about was there. It was as fun and meaningful as we ever could have hoped," Barrymore said. Barrymore got married to Will Kopelman whose baby she is carrying.
"I think she looked beautiful and it fit her strong personality. We did what we could do for a woman pregnant," Lagerfeld told InStyle.com. What one could clearly see on the bride was a black belt on her waist. It did seem odd to wear for a bride but apparently, it was asked for in particular by Barrymore.
"She wanted that. I loved it. And I love her," Lagerfield told about the black satin belt Barrymore wore.
Like any girl, Barrymore had her dreams about the wedding gown. She had asked Lagerfied for "something tasteful, something timeless" and that is what she got!
"Barrymore wore a custom muslin and organza gown designed by Chanel creative director Karl Lagerfeld, tailored just for her during fittings in Paris and Los Angeles. The mom-to-be accessorised her look with Chanel fine jewellery, including the diamond and white-gold "Fil de Camelia" earrings and a vintage "Eventail" cuff, which included more than 14 carats of black and white diamonds. The ruffled neck of the gown was one of the most striking and most unique aspects," People Magazine reports.
The veil was also a personally choice by Barrymore.
"She wanted something traditional. Even though there are things about her that are very modern, it's an old-world tradition she wanted to have," a source close to the couple told People.
When the temperature got colder, Barrymore covered up with a black tweed Chanel jacket.
A "vintage romantic" theme was created by Oren and co-event planner Stefanie Cove. The marriage was attended by celebrities like Reese Witherspoon, Cameron Diaz, Jimmy Fallon and Busy Philipps.