Jessica Biel's Wedding Dress: And the Bride Wore Pink...Again (PHOTO)
While rumors swirled that the bride would wear Elie Saab, Biel opted for a custom pink Giambattista Valli Haute Couture ball gown and long classic veil.
Pictures of the bride in her frothy gown -- and Justin Timberlake in a Tom Ford tux -- were revealed today -- and Biel's dress looked...well, a bit familiar.
The bride surprised everyone with her unconventional pink watercolor wedding gown -- including herself.
"I actually surprised myself when I chose my dress," Biel told People. "It's a style I will only ever wear that one day."
But Jess' wedding dress reminds us of a frothy pink watercolor Oscar de la Renta dress that she wore to the Valentine's Day premiere back in 2010.
The strapless stunner featured ruffled layers over a long, floor-grazing skirt for a very modern yet fashion-forward statement that fit her feminine yet eclectic style.
"It was very feminine and fun," said Biel, who stuck to minimal accessories and let her dress really shine.
The bride's classic updo with side-swept bangs highlighted her delicate yellow and pink diamond and rose gold earrings. The couple helped design the hammered gold bands by Leor Yerushalmi of the Jewelers of Las Vegas that they exchanged during the intimate ceremony.
Her only other jewelry -- a pink pearl bracelet given to her by her mother-in-law, Lynn Harless -- served as her "something borrowed."
To complement her one-of-a-kind gown, Jess opted for a unique bouquet too, carrying chamomile, ranunculus and ruscus wrapped in a rustic ribbon for a natural look that nodded to the low-key beauty's outdoorsy side.
So what did Timberlake think of Jess' pink dress?
"It was so Jess. It was timeless but had its own eccentricities," Timberlake told People. "She was the most beautiful thing I have seen."
What do you think of Biel's pink watercolor Giambattista Valli dress?
Check out more of Jessica Biel's diverse dresses over the years in our gallery.
Tune in below for more on Jessica and Justin's Italian nuptials.