Brandon and Kelly Blackstock from Weiss Eubanks Films on Vimeo.
Most media outfits called Kelly Clarkson's wedding a "backyard wedding". But if you want to be more rebelliously technical about it, technically she eloped--her own mother was not even in attendance.
“She said they were just so overwhelmed with the tour and they just decided to elope. But she didn’t want to hurt our feelings. She has had a lot on her plate and I’ve seen her schedule for the next month and Christmas. But we’re happy for her and she’s so happy. She was so afraid we might be upset. But we were fine with it...I had known that she was under a lot of stress. And we just wanted her to be happy and not stressed out...I think the biggest thing for us to do was to allow her to do what she wanted to do.” -- Kelly's mom shares, as written on http://www.celebuzz.com
I adore everything about Kelly's wedding and I particularly enjoyed the fact that even if she was secretive about the wedding, she opted to create a wedding video for the public to see. Wouldn't it have been nice if other celebs also did same-day-edits? I used to toy with the idea that Kate Middleton & Prince William should have gotten Jason Magbanua and Pat Dy as opposed to the usual official photogs--that would have been cool and so contemporary!
I love Kelly's gown, her bouquet, her overall look and her headpiece!
Hollywood Life shares:
"Kelly selected a Temperley Bridal dress by designer Alice Temperley for her wedding. The lace gown featured long sleeves with small buttons and a v-neckline that allowed the singer to flaunt her assets in a tasteful way. An empire waist gave way to an A-line silhouette, while the frock featured a small train. From the long sleeves to the way the lace skimmed over her silhouette, the gown was a great choice for a festive fall wedding.
The ensemble had a very romantic, ethereal vibe which was supported in the styling, as Kelly’s hair was loosely pulled back to keep the focus on her frock. She wore a gorgeous headband by Maria Elena Hairpieces in her hair which added to the feminine vibe of her ensemble. Kelly’s vibrant bouquet was consistent with the fall season and featured both sunflowers and Bluebonnets, (the official flower of her home state of Texas)".
Congratulations to the new Mr. & Mrs. Blackstock! And THANK YOU for sharing your wedding video for everyone to see. For a celeb, having a super small & simple, very private elopement wedding was already rebellious on its own--but to surprise everybody with a wedding video was an extra refreshing idea indeed! :)
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