We still have yet to see a photo of Jennifer Lawrence’s Dior wedding gown, but the secrecy should come as no surprise. As it turns out, the brand’s team went to great lengths to ensure the custom creation remained a secret until it was time to walk down the aisle.
According to People magazine, Lawrence’s wedding dress was stored in a “private guest room” at the Hotel Viking in Newport, Rhode Island, which is about a ten-minute drive from the venue.
It was carefully watched over by the Dior team, who flew into town the night before. (You know, just in case.) After receiving the go-ahead, they transported the precious cargo to the Belcourt Mansion, where Lawrence was waiting to say, “I do.”
“The entire Dior team loaded the dress in the car the morning of the wedding,” a source said.
We’re not surprised that Lawrence enlisted a security squad the Dior team to monitor the dress, since paparazzi are notorious for leaking celeb wedding photos. In fact, Hailey Bieber recently purchased a tent to escort herself to the church in an attempt to avoid photographers, who were circling the venue in helicopters.
Lawrence and her new husband, Cooke Maroney, tied the knot on October 19 at the Belcourt Mansion, which is owned by Alex and Ani founder Carolyn Rafaelian. The couple exchanged vows in front of 150 friends and family, including celebrity guests Adele, Emma Stone, Amy Schumer, Kris Jenner, Corey Gamble, Ashley Olsen, Nicole Richie, Joel Madden, Cameron Diaz, Benji Madden and Sienna Miller.
Leave it to Dior.