Jasmine Tookes channels a royal bride on her wedding day with 15-foot train

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Like most brides, Jasmine Tookes pulled out all the stops when it came to her wedding-day look, walking down the aisle in a fairytale couture bridal gown designed by Zuhair Murad. The model – who was tying the knot to her longtime love Juan David Borrero – wore the most beautiful lace gown, which featured a 15-foot train and was inspired by a real-life royal bride.

Taking to Instagram to share pictures of her big day, the model gushed about how she was "living a real life fairytale" with her new husband, while she also went into detail about how she chose her wedding dress and teased where the inspiration for it may have come from.

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"Zuhair Murad thank you for making my classic, timeless and beautiful wedding dress come true," she wrote. "It is a piece of art!! Any of you figure out who my inspiration was? I want to display it like this forever in my house!"

The comments section was filled with suggestions that the look was inspired by Grace Kelly's wedding gown. The actress married Prince Rainier III of Monaco in 1956 wearing a dress by Helen Rose, which also featured intricate lace detail at the top with a nipped-in waist and voluminous satin skirt.

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Tookes also gave more details about her wedding look, explaining that she had known for a while that she wanted Murad to make her bridal gown.

"I wanted him to make my dress from the moment I walked in his first couture show," she told American Vogue of the Lebanese designer. "I sent him my inspiration, and he drew up the most beautiful and timeless dress that I have ever seen."

She paired the dress with satin shoes by Sarah Flint and diamond earrings by Ritani. For the evening reception, Tookes changed into a slinky Galvan mini dress to dance the night away in.

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