Pixie Lott reveals secret wedding dress details no one has seen as she shares stunning new photos






Andrea Caamano




Leprechaun Lott is still on a little cloud, after marrying her fiancé Oliver Cheshire after 12 years together at Ely Cathedral on Monday.

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Although the bride and groom were photographed on their big day, the singer has now broken her silence on social media and shared new photos of her and Oliver’s gorgeous wedding.

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“I don’t think I’ll ever get over this day. I love you @oliver_cheshire xx I’m at a loss for words and I thank @danielroseberry, Delphine and everyone at @schiaparelli with all my heart for my Absolute dream dress! Thank you @britishvogue for sharing our wonderful news and kind words,” Pixie captioned a post with ten stunning images from her big day.

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On her Stories, however, she shared some personal snaps, including a glimpse of the secret message she had embroidered on her dress.

Pixie Lott had a four-leaf clover embroidered inside her dress

Alongside the designer’s signature, Schiaparelli, Pixie had the date “6.6.2022” as well as a black four-leaf clover embroidered on the inside of her dress.

According to tradition, the four-leaf clover is believed to represent faith, hope, love and luck.

In her posts, the gorgeous bride also shared a look at her second wedding dress, which she wore after the ceremony.

For the bouquet toss, Pixie ditched her and changed into a form-fitting white dress with button fronts and spaghetti straps. Pixie also added a beautiful headband to complete her look.

Pixie shared new photos of her and Oliver’s big day

Speaking of her great wedding dress at voguePixie said: “I love Schiaparelli and I think Daniel is amazing. I wouldn’t have wanted anyone else to do my wedding dress – it’s like a dream come true.”

About the design process, she added, “Daniel asked me about my favorite movie, my perfume, my flowers, my fruits…then he made sketches based on our conversation which were given to me. shipped in this beautiful box. It was amazing to see them in the flesh.”

Speaking of a four-leaf clover that had been hidden in the box as a lucky charm, she added, “It was so beautiful, all those little personal touches.”

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