Miley Cyrus Debuted Her Wedding Dress on Instagram—See the First Photos!
The simple satin gown was created by Vivienne Westwood.
After nearly 10 years of dating on-and-off, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have finally tied the knot. Rumors that the two married in an intimate, at-home ceremony began circulating two days ago, after the couple's wedding guests shared photos from the big day on Instagram Stories. Today, the "Adore You" singer confirmed her marriage on Instagram by posting a photo of her satin Vivienne Westwood wedding dress, which featured off-the-shoulder sleeves and a subtly-pleated skirt.
According to Us Weekly, the ceremony took place at the couple's Nashville home and was attended by a few of the couple's close friends and family members. The ceremony was quiet and low-key. While a few guests-including Hemsworth's two brothers-were dressed up for the occassion, others (including Cyrus' mother, Tish) wore jeans, as evidenced by the Instagram Stories of several attendees. On Monday, the bride's sister, Noah Cyrus, posted an emotional video of her giving a thumbs up to the camera with tears in her eyes. Another guests' Story showed the couple cutting their cake.
Based on Cyrus' own Instagram posts, she kept her look relatively simple; she paired her effortless gown with her signature loose waves. Hemsworth followed suit-he dressed down his tuxedo with white sneakers. The understated ceremony attire was not out of character for the longterm couple, who have always taken a relaxed approach to relationship milestones. The singer's Instagram captions, however, paid homage to the magnitude of their decade-long love. "10 years later..." she wrote alongside one image. "This is probably our one-millionth kiss," she captioned another.
As for the evening's entertainment? The bride posted a video that shows her dancing to Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk"-her groom joins in towards the end of the footage. The clip also revealed a bit more about the reception's décor: A balloon arch and lit-up Christmas tree are visible in the background.
The couple first met in 2009 while co-starring in their film, The Last Song. After splitting post-engagement in 2013, the two rekindled their relationship in 2016 and were re-engaged shortly after. Cyrus has remained vocal about how their time apart made the couple's relationship stronger. "You get time to be yourself," she told SiriusXM in 2017. "You get time to grow up. I think if you're growing up attached to another person, you never really get solid as your own being. So I'm really solid, and then he gets to be really solid. And together we get to be two really grounded people. It's not a half and a half making a whole."
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