Miranda Lambert Wears Elegant Long-Sleeve Lace Dress to Marry Brendan McLoughlin
Miranda Lambert announced she had secretly tied the knot with Brendan McLoughlin on Saturday
Miranda Lambert said “I do” in a gorgeous lace gown!
The county star, 35, who revealed on Saturday that she had recently married NYPD Officer Brendan McLoughlin, 27, in a secret ceremony, tied the knot while wearing an elegant long-sleeve lace dress from Lela Rose Bridal.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to see @mirandalambert in our ‘Canyon’ wedding dress,” read an Instagram post from the bridal designer, which was posted on Sunday alongside a pair of sweet images from Lambert’s happy day. “Such a beautiful bride!”
In an exclusive image Lambert shared with PEOPLE from their wedding, the gown’s romantic plunging neckline is also visible.
Since Lambert married a member of New York’s finest, her choice of dress couldn’t be any more fitting. Lela Rose is a N.Y.C.-based fashion designer known for her sophisticated designs, which are not strictly limited to bridal wear. Over the years, her clothes have been worn by numerous famous faces across the globe, including Kate Middleton, Michelle Obama, Gwyneth Paltrow, Anne Hathaway and Selena Gomez.
The country star surprised fans on Saturday when she revealed news of her relationship for the first time.
“In honor of Valentine’s Day I wanted to share some news. I met the love of my life. And we got hitched!” Lambert wrote.
“My heart is full. Thank you Brendan Mcloughlin for loving me for…. me,” she continued, adding a red heart emoji and the sweet hashtag “theone.”
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Just hours before sharing the happy news with the world, the pair were spotted out in New York City’s SoHo district, smiling as they walked and held hands outside of a store promoting Valentine’s Day deals.
In the images, Lambert and McLoughlin’s wedding bands are on full display with the singer also wearing what looks to be a stunning solitaire diamond engagement ring.
“They looked happy and natural holding hands strolling sidewalk,” an onlooker tells PEOPLE of the two, who were “stopping to look in windows and smiling.” And Lambert, who was proudly sporting the new hardware, couldn’t have seemed happier: “She was beaming and protectively holding her ring finger,” added the onlooker.
In all, said the onlooker, “They looked like a couple going on a date in the city.”