Dailymail – Katie Cassidy wore a stunning lace gown with a ten-foot train to marry her partner Matthew Rodgers on Saturday.
A new photo from her big day shows the Arrow star, whose biological father was the late Partridge Family’s David Cassidy, in a Pronovias French lace gown, specially made for her by the label’s artistic director, Herve Moreau.
Taking an incredible 330 hours to create, the gown was in two parts – with the jaw-dropping train attached to a separate long-sleeved ivory bridal coat, of lace and silk organza, which featured a useful pair of pockets.
Naturally, the bride stunned in a lace gown by Pronovias, which was created by their artistic director, Herve Moreau, in 330 hours. The breath-taking ensemble consists of a strapless dress and coat with a 10 foot long train to make a powerful entrance. With its flattering sweetheart neckline, lace fabrication and embroidered detailing, this two-piece oozes romance – and we have fallen head-over-heels! Beneath the coat Katie wore a custom Rima Atelier Pronovias ivory French lace mermaid gown with hand-sewn appliques. The dress featured a bateau sweetheart neckline that drops to the waist with beige crystal tulle holding the neckline together, covered in lace appliques.