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Miranda Lambert's Wedding Dress Designer Just Shared a Closer Look at the Singer's Gown

The country star wore a Lela Rose creation when she wed New York City police officer Brendan McLoughlin.

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Miranda Lambert is officially married! The country singer announced on Valentine's Day that she wed New York City police officer Brendan McLoughlin in a secret ceremony last month. Lambert shared two photos from her big-day to Instagram stating, "In honor of Valentine's Day I wanted to share some news. I met the love of my life. And we got hitched! My heart is full. Thank you Brendan McLoughlin for loving me for.... me."

 

For her big-day attire, Lambert turned to a trusted wedding dress designer: Lela Rose. The bride stunned in one of the company's long-sleeved lace gowns with a deep V-neckline and small train. Interested in wearing this same look on your big day? Then you're in luck: The designer also took to the social media platform to confirm her design (which is currently available for purchase) in a post that read, "@mirandalambert stunning in our "Canyon" wedding dress!"

 

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According to People, the couple tied the knot on January 26, 2018, after meeting in early November when Lambert appeared on Good Morning America (McLoughlin works for the nearby precinct). Plenty of fellow A-listers—including Little Big Town, Jake Owens, and Karen Fairchild—posted congratulatory messages to Lambert and her new husband, but it was Busy Philipps' note that was more hilarious: The star noted on Twitter that she'd recognized the police officer as he is "always outside of GMA." She continued, "I have done Instagram stories with him cause he's so hot."

 

The couple reportedly bonded over their love for the NYPD (Lambert's father served in the force just like McLoughlin). Since their surprise nuptials, Lambert and McLoughlin were spotted shopping in New York City's SoHo district. "They looked happy and natural holding hands strolling sidewalk," a witness told People. "She was beaming and protectively holding her ring finger."