First look! Whitney Port wore the wedding dress of our DREAMS


Just weeks after totally trolling the internet with a fake snap of her wedding dress, Whitney Port has come up trumps with the real deal.

The reality star wed her banker boyfriend Tim Rosenman in a Palm Springs ceremony on Saturday, November 7, and the first snap of her beautiful dress has just made it online.

Whitney posed for her first official wedding snap in a sandy garden area near her wedding venue, and proved that her dress was certainly worth the wait.

The custom-made gown with its waterfall hemline and flowing train was a collaborative creation with Muhammed Ashi of Beirut-based Ashi Studio.

"At the start, Whitney saw a dress from the latest couture collection and she got inspired for an idea for her wedding dress,” the designer tells Us Weekly. “It was inspired by a vintage chandelier from Venice and Florence."

The dress's lace and silver embroidery was decorated with tiny off-white pearls, applied using a beading technique called Zardozi. 

Aside from a stunning pair of white flower-embellished stilettos, Whitney kept her accessories simple, opting for a pair of gold, pearl and diamond earrings belonging to her mother-in-law. That's definitely an expensive "something borrowed"…

Even Whitney's new husband was blown away by the stunning dress, saying he had no idea what to expect. 

"There was so much buildup to what her dress was going to look like because we kept it secret," he said. 

"I didn’t think it could possibly match the buildup, but I was blown away. She looked fantastic."

We cannot WAIT to see more pictures of the big day.

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