Israeli model Bar Refaeli tied the knot with her long time beau Adi Ezra in her home country on Sept. 24. The couple have featured on the cover of Spanish magazine Hola. The newlyweds were all smiles for the cover photo shoot.
The 30-year-old bride looked stunning in a full-length, boho chic wedding gown. The ivory confection featured sheer detailing around her legs which gave a glimpse of her toned pins. The custom made gown is by French fashion house Chloe.
The strappy number with a plunging neckline was designed by Clare Waight Keller. The boho-inspired dress made a distinct statement that the fashion house is known for -- airy, ethereal and slightly sheer with a bit of ruffles. Refaeli announced previously that Keller had designed the dress.
The Sports Illustrated model released the first photo from her nuptials to Adi Ezra. “The happiest day of my life! I married my best friend. Live, Laugh, Love together forever,” Refaeli captioned the picture of the two on Instagram.
The dress also had a subtle train, lace detailing and tassels. She opted to go without a veil for the wedding. The blonde beauty’s hair was styled in half-up and half-down ‘do’ with twists and a center part. She accessorized her bridal look with statement drop earrings.
The 40-year-old groom, Ezra, also skipped the formal tuxedo and opted for a more casual and comfortable look. He wore a crisp white button-down paired with slim fit navy trousers.
Refaeli and Ezra exchanged vows in front of 300 family members and friends at the Carmel Forest Spa Resort in Haifa, Israel Thursday. The bride reportedly walked down the aisle as famous Israeli singer Shlomi Shabbat performed. Shabbat crooned his song “The Beginning of the World,” Walla!, an Israeli publication reported.
In a lead up to her big day, Refaeli posted pictures of her clad in bikini from her bachelorette party. The model has spent a lot of time with celebrity instructor Chad Dennis.
The couple started dating in 2012. She previously dated Leonardo DiCaprio, for more than three years beginning in 2005.