Kate Bosworth married director Michael Polish over the holiday weekend and her wedding dress is making waves.
The 30-year-old actress announced her engagement in August 2012 after dating the "Big Sur" director for one year.
Ahead of the Saturday, Aug. 31 nuptials, Bosworth headed to Oscar de la Renta headquarters for a fitting.
"Every detail of the wedding is a reflection of our union, "she explained before focusing on the ivory strapless gown in a video posted to the American Vogue YouTube channel.
A fashion enthusiast, Bosworth gushed over de la Renta.
"Because I love minimalism and I love a clean line so much, I knew that I didn't want any embellishments in the dress," said the actress. "So I spoke to Oscar [and] he loved the idea about having the drama in the back. So I knew that was going to be perfect."
Cohesive with Bosworth's ideas about her bridal look, the gown featured an 8-foot-long, 16-foot-wide train.
"I'm only doing it once," the actress joked during the Vogue clip.
Completing the idyllic wedding plans, Bosworth and her groom said "I do" during an intimate ceremony at The Ranch at Rock Creek before 70 of their friends and family members. Located in Philipsburg, Montana, the ranch allowed Bosworth and her groom to feel very "at home."
In a unique twist, the bride arrived to the ceremony by a horse-drawn stagecoach, and the couple also read their own vows, according to Us magazine.
Bosworth also shared the details of her wedding with Martha Stewart Weddings and will appear in the magazine's winter edition.
Bosworth and Polish were spotted along their way back to Los Angeles following their wedding, where the happy newlyweds displayed their new wedding rings on Monday, Sept. 2.
The actress is best known for her role in 2006's "Superman Returns" as well as 2002's "Rules of Attraction," among many other films.