Ariana Grande's wedding dress pics are finally here!

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Ariana Grande's wedding dress pictures are finally here - praise be! Yup, over a week after news broke that Ariana Grande married Dalton Gomez in a secret ceremony, we now have the wedding photos to swoon over and, of course, they're mega chic.

The first post that Ariana shared on her Instagram, simply captioned "5.15.21", shows the newlywed couple embracing each other in front of a fireplace, standing beneath a cloud of floating floral decorations (which look like pure heaven, might I add). Rather than opting for a public location to tie the knot, TMZ reported that the ceremony took place at Ariana's home in Montecito, about an hour or so outside of LA, five months after the couple announced their engagement back in December.

The new snaps also offer us the first look at Ariana's wedding dress, with the singer opting for a white strapless, empire waist column gown by Vera Wang.

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Ari then went on to share another series of pictures, showing the dress in all its glory. From the sculpted neckline to the thigh-high split, every inch of the dress is perfection. And that's before we even start on the back, which plunges all the way down to her waist, held in place by a feature cross-back strap.

As for accessories, the singer went for a more minimalist look, opting for a pair of dainty drop earrings and a bubble veil, complete with a satin bow on the top:

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Beauty-wise, in the images, Ariana appears to be wearing her hair half-up (a bridal spin on her famous high ponytail), and she kept her makeup to a minimum, opting for a natural lip and her signature cat-eye flick.

Ah, doesn't this whole wedding just look dreamy?

Congrats again to the happy couple!

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