Christina Hendricks Is an ‘Absolute Dream’ in Wedding Weekend Photos

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Christina Hendricks' wedding weekend unintentionally (or maybe intentionally, knowing the interests of the actress) became a spring fashion event, at least according to new behind-the-scenes photos.

Just hours after the wonderful wedding news broke on Sunday, April 21, Christian Siriano shared a handful of new images from the events celebrating Hendricks' big day.

"I got to dress my beautiful friend @actuallychristinahendricks on her wedding weekend," he gleamed in the caption of his recent Instagram post. "And WOW it was so magical in New Orleans filled with love and glamour! #sundayglamour."

Included in the weekend upload were three photos of The Buccaneers star posing in a baby blue satin gown that featured a white floral pattern, which fans absolutely adored.

"She looks like the most stunning Wedgewood China. Absolute dream!" one cheered.

"This dress is now my Roman Empire," another top-liked comment read.

Even fellow actress Lili Reinhart showed the look some love, simply replying with a screaming emoji.

Siriano also included a video of himself hugging Hendricks, 48, in between shots, where he appeared to tell her that she looked "so perfect."

As Parade previously reported, Hendricks tied the knot with her fiancé, George Bianchini, after a year-long engagement.

The Mad Men actress and Bianchini invited their friends and family to New Orleans to celebrate their special weekend, the former model told People. The city holds importance to Hendricks and Bianchini as individuals and as a couple, and now “feels like our city together,” she told the magazine.

The couple said “I do” at Napoleon House in the French Quarter while surrounded by a few dozen guests, including Hendricks’ fellow Good Girls co-stars Mae Whitman and Retta, and Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner, People reported. Hendricks told the magazine that she and Bianchini had wanted to invite enough people for the wedding to be “a grand ceremony” without feeling too “intimate” or “overwhelming.”

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