Hannah Davis is the latest celebrity bride to embrace the trend of wearing two wedding dresses! The Sports Illustrated model turned to none other than Vera Wang to design her gowns for her St. Helena, California wedding to Derek Jeter.
And now, the designer is sharing sketches of the bride's ceremony and reception dresses. For the ceremony at Meadowood Napa Valley Resort, Davis wore a halter high neck, fit-and-flare gown with a sweetheart neckline and open back. "The gown is covered in layers of tulle and hand appliqued Chantilly lace," Wang wrote in the Instagram caption.
@hannahbjeter wed #DerekJeter on Saturday, July 9 in Napa Valley, California. For the ceremony, Hannah wore a custom #VeraWang mermaid gown with sweetheart neckline, tulle halter high neck and plunging back. The gown is covered in layers of tulle and hand appliqued Chantilly lace. #VeraWangcelebs #verawangbride #bridalfashion #weddingstyle
The dress looked even better IRL, especially next to the former New York Yankees shortstop's classic black tux and white button-up. Carrying a clutch of white blooms, the beautiful bride wore her hair pulled back into a chic bun and topped with a veil.
Davis got a little more playful post-ceremony, changing out of her grand mermaid dress and into a "V-neck charmeuse halter gown with white illusion tulle detail at waist and double silk georgette A-line skirt accentuated by side godets," also by Vera Wang. Though images have yet to surface of Davis in the reception dress, we're willing to bet she was stunning—maybe she even let her hair down for a little variety in her beauty look!
@hannahbjeter wed #DerekJeter on Saturday, July 9 in Napa Valley, California. For the reception Hannah wore a custom V-neck charmeuse halter gown with white illusion tulle detail at waist and double silk georgette A-line skirt accentuated by side godets. #VeraWangcelebs #verawangbride #weddingstyle #bridalfashion
Mrs. Jeter, who officially changed her name, joins celebrity brides Chrissy Teigen, Victoria Beckham, Mariah Carey, and Alicia Keys, who also wore Vera Wang on their big days. She first announced that Wang would be designing her dress in a February interview with Entertainment Tonight. "I don't know if I'll give too many details before the actual day, but I'm very excited that she's designing the dress," she said.