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We're finally getting a closer look at Ashlee Simpson Ross' stunning wedding gown, and it was well worth the wait!

The singer's proud hubby (and very soon-to-be dad) Evan Ross took to Instagram on July 27 with seven breathtaking photos from their nuptials, which occurred over Labor Day Weekend at his mom Diana Ross' sprawling estate in Greenwich, Connecticut last year.

"#Reflections of such a beautiful wedding. Me and my amazing wife @ashleesimpsonross. At my mothers house in Greenwich Connecticut! And now I can't wait to meet my little baby girl," Evan wrote alongside the first photo, which shows the couple walking hand-in-hand with Ashlee's son Bronx Mowgli (she shares the adorable 6-year-old with Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz).

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Ashlee's Houghton dress made for a unique (and absolutely beautiful) bridal look: The custom confection (created by Houghton Bride designer Katharine Polk) featured a long-sleeve crop top and ball skirt with intricate lace details. She paired her two-piece gown with a custom silk tulle veil replete with long train and a hand-sewn scalloped lace edge. Evan, meanwhile, sported a dapper Dolce & Gabbana tuxedo and top hat.

For her reception, Ashlee opted for another custom Houghton look, but turned the tables with a funky (and fitting) crop top and trousers combo.

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No surprise that Evan is getting nostalgic about their fairytale wedding: Ashlee is just days away from giving birth to the couple's first child, a daughter. The aw-worthy wedding tribute definitely alludes to his excitement.

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The Houghton confection wasn't the bride's only white look, of course: For the rehearsal dinner, Ashlee donned a slim-fitting ivory dress featuring a plunging back and boho-chic beading. Congrats to this so-in-love pair as they near the birth of their baby girl and their first wedding anniversary!

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