And the bride wore ivory. A lot of ivory. Keeping with her minimalist, yet totally fashion-forward style, actress Kate Bosworth chose a stunningly simple strapless ball gown by designer Oscar de la Renta for her Labor Day weekend wedding to director Michael Polish. The clean-lined design featured a dramatic, romantic twist: an 8-foot-long, 16-foot-wide train that cascaded over the Montana mountaintop where the couple was married at sunset. "It's a dress that reflects the love I have for my partner, it's a reflection on my life, it's a reflection on the woman I've become," Bosworth said in an exclusive interview with Vogue Weddings. "There is just so much poetry and elegance to it."
Bosworth also appreciated the fact that her gown is full of contrasts. "I love the dress because when you see the front it feels so minimal and then you turn around and there's this dramatic, sort of glorious fall of the fabric," she shared. "It looks like it has weight and a heaviness to it, yet it feels light as air."
And while a cathedral-length veil traditionally hits the floor past the bottom of the dress, Bosworth decided to have it cut to be proportioned with the gown's hemline.
The ultra-stylish "Blue Crush" actress met Polish in 2011 on the set of the movie "Big Sur," and has said it was "love at first sight." The couple exchanged vows in an intimate ceremony in front of 60 friends and family members at Montana's The Ranch at Rock Creek. Fitting with their rustic, romantic wedding theme, Bosworth arrived in a horse-drawn stagecoach.
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