Sophia Bush married her partner Grant Hughes in Tulsa, Oklahoma in June.
Vogue shared a photo of Bush’s gown in honor of the couple’s love story.
She changed into two other gowns for the reception and after party.
Sophia bush Married to her partner Grant Hughes in a designer dress with a flower and bee pattern that has a special meaning. The custom gown was one of the three dresses she wore for the June celebration.
The “Good Sam” Actress and entrepreneur Hughes, I tied the knot on June 11th After getting engaged in August at the Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Vogue’s Alexandra Macon reported Thursday.
Vogue also posted a series of photos of Bush’s dresses designed by Monique Luillier in an Instagram post on Thursday.
The image was taken by the bridal photography company Norman and Blake. Thursday’s Instagram Story It was an honor for the company to take pictures of the wedding.
Bush told Vogue that he was thinking of a floral print that would represent her and Hughes’ heritage, and would like Louisie to design the dress from the moment he got engaged.
“I’ve seen pictures of Monique Lhuillier’s dresses taken at Lake Como. I had the vision of creating this in a personalized version. This is what I always consider to be a heritage print. It was a print of the flowers of Oklahoma, California, and Italy, to respect the heritage of our family-where we came from, and how we all got together. Do you map where you are going? “Bush told Vogue.
The dress included peach krahomati rose, dark orange California poppy, warm green and dark black Italian olives, and butterfly ranunculus. Building a beehive together was the first project of a couple of Bush and Hughes, so the floral pattern also included a scanned image of the couple’s bees, Bush told the publication.
“Sophia and I have decades of friendship,” Lhuillier said. I wrote in an Instagram post On thursday.
“I’m honored to be asked to design her wedding dress. When asked if she could make a custom print to tell their love story, I shouted,” Of course! ” ..
In collaboration with her stylist Kevin Michael Ericsson, Bush completed the look with a pair of diamond flower earrings from Briony Raymond New York and a pair of Monique Luillier’s heels, Vogue reports. increase.
Bush also explained their decision to host a wedding in their husband’s hometown of Oklahoma. She told the publication that she would “spin the privilege of attention” in her wedding interview and turn the ceremony into an event that introduces Tulsa and the progressive work of justice that is currently taking place there.
Vogue reports that the couple hosted a welcome drink at the Lowwood Restaurant on Thursday before the wedding to inform guests about the history of Tulsa. Dr. Clutcher of the Terence Clutcher Foundation led the guest to pray. Foundation was established Creating a community free of ethnic violence and harm through policy recommendations, community development, education and more.
They also organized a walking tour for guests to the Reconciliation Park and the Greenwood Rising Museum in Tulsa.
Bush changed into two other dresses for the reception and after party
Bush told Vogue that the ceremony dress wasn’t suitable for dancing, so he wore two additional dresses.Both photos were taken by Norman and Blake Share on Instagram By Kevin Michael Ericsson on Thursday.
The first gown designed by Emilia Wickstead was an ivory strapless ensemble with a cape, Bush added.
She completed the look with Jimmy Choo heels, which Bush said was dyed to match the color of the gown, and two brooches of Belladora jewelery sewn by Hughes’ best man.
After the reception, the newlyweds hosted an after-party at Leon Russell’s church studio. Bush changed into her third outfit for the night, a mini dress from Christina Ottaviano. She combined it with ivory and silver cowboy boots, Vogue reports.
Representatives of Sophia Bush, Vogue, Monique Lhuillie, Norman and Blake, Emilia Wickstead, Cristina Ottaviano, and Kevin Michael Ericson did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.
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