UPDATE: Lively's rep tells E! News, "The dress on the site is not Blake Lively's wedding dress nor is it her in the video."
And now, thanks to the launch of the blond beauty's new lifestyle website, Preserve, our wish may have finally been granted.
In the introductory video by Bryan Rowland, we see brief shot of Lively smiling from ear to ear as she parades around in a stunning beaded gown. And since it was previously revealed that the actress donned a custom-Marchesa confection which featured "a fitted bodice, illusion crystal beading on the shoulders, and rose-gold embroidery," many have begun to speculate that erstwhile Gossip Girl star has given us the first glimpse of her wedding dress!
In the blink-and-you'll-miss-it-moment, Lively dances under a display of floating papers lanterns—another detail from the duo's 2012 "I do's"—and her hair is pulled back in an elegant low bun (perfect for a veil, don't you think?).
The 26-year-old beauty, who has always stayed relatively mum when it comes to her romance with Reynolds, has become a bit more open about her personal life as she continues to promote her new website.
Most recently, she stunned on the cover of Vogue magazine and shared a few tidbits from her super-secret Southern "I do's," revealing that her wedding dress was actually ruined during the reception.
Lively told the publication that while Florence Welch was singing, sparkers were brought out, and one of them burned the front of her custom-made Marchesa number.
Her husband was first to notice the dress was ruined, but quickly found a silver lining in the fashion disaster—and even provided a bit of inspiration for the name of Lively's website.
"And later, my dress was hanging up and Ryan said, ‘Isn't that beautiful?' I said, ‘What?' And he pointed to the burn," she told Vogue. "My heart just stopped, because it was such a sensitive little subject. And he said, ‘You'll always remember that moment with Florence singing and the sparklers. You have that forever, right there, preserved.' Now that's my favorite part of the dress."
Lively also told Vogue that her new business venture aims "celebrate American craftsmanship," and revealed that her hubby has contributed to the site, adding that he is a "beautiful writer."
Here's hoping for a co-byline from the super-private couple! Until then, we'll be scooping out Preserve for more wedding secrets.
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