See Felicity Blunt's Wedding Gown!

10/02/2012 at 11:00 AM ET

Stanley Tucci Wedding Photo Courtesy Toby Lockerbie for Women’s Wear Daily

Bride Felicity Blunt’s something new was something quite lovely: a custom wedding gown designed by Nanette Lepore.

For her marriage to Stanley Tucci in London on Saturday night (actually the couple’s second round of vows), the literary agent (second from left) wore a simple, sleeveless white dress with lace overlay and a small bow at the waist.

Her flower girls and bridesmaids — including sisters Suzie (left) and Emily and friend Amy Dixon (right) — also wore white Lepore creations, which somewhat mirrored the bridal gown through cut and detail. Lepore (pictured above) is a friend of Tucci’s, and the actor has made appearances at her runway shows before.

Tucci and Blunt celebrated their nuptials over the weekend with a Friday night party at London’s Shoreditch House, a Saturday ceremony at Middle Temple Hall and a reception at L’Anima restaurant.

Celebrity guests in attendance included groomsmen Steve Buscemi and Oliver Platt, plus Emily Blunt’s husband John Krasinski, Meryl Streep, Patricia Clarkson, Julianne Moore, Colin Firth and designer Kenneth Cole. Tell us: What do you think of the wedding gown and bridesmaid dresses? 

–Kate Hogan

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she said on

It took me about a minute to even figure out which one the bride was. I think she should have went a little more different with her dress because they so closely resembled the bridesmaids, in my opinion.

Sheila on

Looks like she’s channeling the year 1966. My sisters wore Easter dresses that looked just like that.

Sarafina on

I agree with you, she said.

Amy on

@she said – That actually was the traditional reason for bridesmaids. They were supposed to look like the bride to keep bad things from happening to her on her wedding day, including kidnapping, by confusing anyone intending harm.

Kay winter on

Simply elegant! I would have gone with a different color for the bridesmaids but they do things differently in England. Maybe there is a blush we can’t see. It would also be nice to see the dresses with their bouquets.

Pam on

How boring! Totally looks like 1950’s dresses. They shouldn’t all be wearing white, you can’t tell who the bride is by the picture, that’s dumb!

scgirl on

Is Emily in this picture? I’m not seeing her!

isa on

Right, so, tell me again, where’s the bride ???

Tania on

I don’t know what Emily did to her face but she is unrecognizable these days!

wolldrey on

Isa, the bride is the second from the left. Do you know left and right? Can you count?

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