7 Details We Loved From Mandy Moore’s Wedding

Mandy Moore recently wed musician Taylor Goldsmith in a stylish extravaganza that was as gorgeous as it was whimsical and non-traditional. The This Is Us star and the lead singer of folk-rock band Dawes exchanged vows in their backyard in the company of celebs such as Moore’s co-stars Milo Ventimiglia, Sterling K. Brown, Chrissy Metz, and even ex-boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama. With a boho pink theme throughout, it was clear that this wedding was anything but conventional. Here are our favourite details from this sweet, intimate celebration.

Her stunning custom pink Rodarte gown
Choosing an unconventional dress wasn’t a surprise to us. Moore previously mentioned to People that she felt she wouldn’t wear a traditional white dress because “it just doesn’t feel the most me.” Instead, she walked down the aisle wearing pastel pink Rodarte dress with a ruffled high neckline, tiers of tulle and floral detailing on the bodice. The result was a romantic, whimsical effect, perfectly coordinated with the couple’s wedding decor. We’re sure this gorgeous gown will inspire other brides to think of incorporating colour into their attire.

Her baby’s breath hairstyle
Moore’s best friend and Garnier hairstylist Ashley Streicher gave the bride voluminous, vintage curls. To finish, baby’s breath floral appliqués were attached to the back of her hair using lash glue.

Her gorgeous pink makeup
Keeping with the pink theme, Jenn Streicher gave the bride an all over pink glam look, using pink eyeshadows, blush and lipstick for an overall cohesive look.  The Rodarte gown inspired the bride’s overall look—the epitome of the “blushing bride.”

The jasmine trellis for the ceremony
A dreamy wedding calls for a dreamy ceremony setup. Moore and Goldsmith said their I dos at sunset under an incredible pink trellis, made of jasmine flowers.

The OTT pampas grass aisle decor
Moore is just one of recent celebrities showing us just how hot pampas grass is for decor. With grass in hues of pink running down the aisles, this trend was taken to the next level.

The boho vibes
Instead of an aisle runner, the couple used several rugs to create an aisle, and placed a rug underneath the trellis where they stood for the ceremony.

The bride’s sexy second dress
Moore’s second dress was another unconventional one—a sexy black v-neck gown with cutouts in the side and straps across the back. She wore it while onstage at their reception at restaurant The Fig as new husband sang to her. Adorable!

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