Did Candice Crawford punt when the pressure was on? Or did she run this one all the way to the end zone?
Assuming those Mercury wings weren't part of her coiffure, we're going to give Mrs. Tony Romo's bridal look a big foam-finger thumbs-up.
While money is presumably changing hands over the actual pics right this second, the Dallas-based design house of St. Pucchi was kind enough to send along a photo of the style Crawford chose for her big day. While the 24-year-old went for off-white and had designer Rani Totman add some additional accoutrements, this gives you the general idea.
The sleeveless satin ball gown has a Queen Anne collar (and a very nonroyal plunging neckline), and the hand-cut bodice on Crawford's dress was accented with ostrich feathers, rhinestones and crystal beads—hey, they do things big in Texas!
Totman also crafted a keyhole back. The skirt sported both major volume and a detachable "semi-cathedral" train.
"Working with Candice on her wedding gown was a true pleasure," Totman said. "It was an incredible experience watching the dress come to life on her. Candice has a true eye for styles that accentuate her natural beauty."
Crawford and Romo tied the knot Saturday at Arlington Hall in Dallas.