May 08, 2016 02:37 AM

Morgan Stewart is a constant source of fashion inspiration — between her Instagram feed, her blog, Boobs and Loubs, and of course, her endless looks on Rich Kids of Beverly Hills, it’s easy to keep up with her effortlessly-chic style. And now, she’s adding a new realm of inspiration to her repertoire: Bridal. Stewart and her co-star, Brendan Fitzpatrick, tied the knot Saturday — and we have the exclusive first peek at her wedding day look.

Stewart married Fitzpatrick in a stunning ceremony at the Hummingbird Nest Ranch in Santa Susana, California, Saturday. She wore a custom-made Badgley Mischka two-piece dress with Martin Katz jewels while the groom wore a Tom Ford suit.

Lucas Rossi Photography

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Just a year after the two got engaged, Stewart told PeopleStyle in an interview that planning her wedding has been “one of the most stressful and over the top experiences” of her whole life — but it looks to us like her work paid off.

“I feel like we went into this whole thing thinking ‘We’re the best couple in the whole world, we love each other, we’ve never fought… well we’ve never fought more except for this wedding,’ ” she laughed. “Like the things that you don’t think you care about and then all of a sudden you have to make a decision about how your ‘B’ is going to look on your invitation — and that becomes a 35-minute discussion.”

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Aside from planning the actual wedding (with the help of her “amazing” wedding-planner, Wish, Wonder, Dream), Stewart had other major preparations in mind. Back in March, she shared that she intended on lasering all of her sunspots off of her face, “kicking alcohol and going carb-less” three weeks in advance — but she didn’t want to look too skinny in her dress.

“I don’t want to be skeletal on my wedding day,” she said. “I just want to be detoxed looking and beautiful and like I’ve been pounding water, but I don’t want there to be too much clavicle in my wedding dress. I’m happy with my weight. I want to look perfectly fit, effortless, for people to say ‘She’s in love, and her face is stunning.’ I care more about what my face looks like than my body. That’s a lie. I care about what they both look like.”

What do you think of Stewart’s dress? Tell us below!

— Jillian Ruffo

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