Hailey Bieber Shares New Photos From Wedding to Justin Bieber, Including a Veil With a Message

Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber
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Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber visit Cutler hair salon in SoHo on Aug. 8, 2018 in New York City. 

We've seen a handful of pictures from Justin Bieber's wedding last week, but thanks to a trio of new Instagram posts on Monday (Oct. 7) from Hailey Bieber, we have our first full photos of her dreamy wedding gown and some other special details.

In the first post -- captioned "last Monday was the most special day of my life:)" -- we see the newlyweds kissing as Hailey's train and super-long veil extend across the lawn. A detail we haven't seen until now: "TILL DEATH DO US PART" in all caps embroidered into the bottom of her veil.

The next post is a solo shot of Hailey in her gown and veil, and she uses the caption to shout out the fashion masterminds behind the dress: "@virgilabloh thank you for making my vision come to life and creating my dream dress. You and your @off____white team are incredible and I’m forever grateful I got to wear your beautiful creation." Off-White designer Virgil Abloh, for his part, posted the same photo on Instagram with this caption: "when @haileybieber asks if you want to design a wedding dress... that’s a 'yes' too. love you guys since time, for time."

Finally, there's a two-picture post that starts with a no-veil look at the delicate back of Hailey's gown as she kisses her new husband, followed by a close-up of the couple's hands and their wedding rings.

While the Biebers were reportedly legally married last year in a courthouse service, they hosted a full wedding ceremony and reception in South Carolina last week to make things official.

See all the photos below:


last Monday was the most special day of my life:)

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