Ariana Grande beams on wedding day as she shares first look at stunning dress.

Ariana Grande has revealed to fans a joyous first look at her incredible wedding day.

The singer tied the knot with real estate agent Dalton Gomez in a secret ceremony earlier this month.

After keeping quiet about her nuptials, Ariana took to Instagram on Wednesday to share some inside snaps of her special day.

The 27-year-old made a stunning bride in a strapless white gown by designer Vera Wang complimented with a delicate lace veil that featured a chic bow.

Ariana did not forget her signature style, as she wore her long locks pulled back into her trademark high pony tail.

The loved-up newlyweds are seen smooching in one of the photos, with Dalton literally sweeping his wife off her feet in another.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Ariana radiated happiness in the montage of snaps after the couple said 'I do'.

Ahead of the ceremony, she was seen giving a serene pout after having her make-up expertly applied by her team.

Snaps from inside the ceremony, reveal how the venue was transformed into an elegant setting with candles and flowers.

A representative for the Dangerous Woman hitmaker told people: "It was tiny and intimate - less than 20 people.

"The room was so happy and full of love. the couple and both families couldn't be happier."

The happy couple had a very brief engagement, with Dalton popping the question just before Christmas 2020.

The smitten pair started dating earlier that year and took the plunge in June by buying a house together, that was formerly owned by chat show host Ellen DeGeneres.

In October, pals of Ariana revealed she was "madly in love" with Dalton just seven months into their relationship as she released steamy album Positions in which she bragged about their sex life.

Ariana was previously engaged to Saturday Night Live comic Pete Davidson.

Commenting on Ariana's scaled-back nuptials to Dalton, a source said they had both always wanted an 'intimate' ceremony and wanted to seal the deal sooner rather than later.