Congratulations are in order! Over the weekend, Pretty Little Liars star Troian Bellisario and Suits star Patrick J. Adams tied knot in Southern California after six years of dating and a three-year engagement. According to social media, the fun-loving couple set up an entire wedding weekend for their 200 guests to enjoy in a beautiful wooded location, even providing them with transportation to their nuptials: a camp-style bus driven by the groom himself! Friends and family – which included Troian’s co-stars Ashley Benson, Lucy Hale, and Sasha Pieterse, as well as Patrick’s co-star Sarah Rafferty and good friend Chris Pine – were wowed by a sweet woodland ceremony, a seaside cocktail hour, and a lively reception that went well into the evening. Tablescapes showcased a rustic motif with mossy arrangements and candles scattered throughout – it was truly an alfresco dream.
The groom donned a chic navy blue suit and the bride was the picture of bohemian bliss in a stunning and simple Cortana gown which featured illusion sleeves, defined waist, and a long flowing skirt which included quite a train. Troian wore a gilt headpiece fit for royalty for the majority of her big day, which acted at the perfect accent to her understated ensemble. Looking to capture Troian’s laid-back bridal style? Take a look at the dresses below, all of which made their debut at the latest New York Bridal Fashion Week, from some of the industry’s top designers. Click on the photos to see more from the designers' collections!
Gown by Anne Barge; Photo by Dan Lecca
Gown by Claire Pettibone; Photo courtesy of Claire Pettibone
Gown by Francesca Miranda; Photo by Andres Oyuela
Gown by Ines Di Santo; Photo by firstVIEW
Gown by Isabelle Armstrong; Photo by Randy Brooke
Gown by the Joy Collection by Barbara Kavchok; Photo courtesy of Eugenia Couture
Gown by Monique Lhuillier; Photo by Greg Kessler
Gown by Reem Acra; Photo courtesy of Reem Acra
Gown by Victoria Kyriakides; Photo courtesy of Victoria Kyriakides
Opening photo courtesy of stillhazart's Instagram