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Paul Costelloe shared some insights into the making of Vogue Williams' wedding dress

The bride looked lovely in silk.

WE FINALLY GOT a look at Vogue Williams and Spencer Matthews wedding in this month’s Hello! magazine.

Grab your copy of @hellomaguk tomorrow!!

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Stunnin huns.

The pair got married in Scotland back in June, but didn’t reveal any photos on social media until now.

Irish designer Paul Costelloe was the man who designed Vogue’s dress, proving that he’s not only the guy who produces the expensive home range in Dunnes. He shared some sketches of the gown on Instagram today, admitting that it took just seven days for the dress to be made from start to finish.

He explained that he was working against the clock, with Vogue’s baby bump getting bigger by the day.

PastedImage-33425 Source: Paul Costello, Instagram

It’s actually a pretty fascinating look into how a wedding gown goes from sketch to completion.

PastedImage-54835 Source: Paul Costello, Instagram

The comments are full of praise.

Beautiful. Dress is so chic and so vogue.
Elegant and perfectly appropriate for the stunning Mammy to be.

A silk wedding dress, no less for Vogue.

PastedImage-55707 Source: Paul Costello, Instagram

Paul wrote that Vogue was a ‘joy’ to work with, and the making of the dress was a ‘full team effort’.

She’s a beautiful woman, and a credit to her generation, and to Ireland.

High praise.

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