Kaley Cuoco's Wedding Dress Took Over 400 Hours to Make

Kaley Cuoco's Wedding Dress Took Over 400 Hours to Make

Obsessed with Kaley Cuoco's wedding dress? So are we. But there was a lot more to that gorgeous frock than what meets the eye.

Over the weekend, The Big Bang Theory actress and her now-husband, professional equestrian Karl Cook, tied the knot in a romantic barn wedding in San Diego, surrounded by family, friends, and of course, plenty of horses. But it wasn't the stunning rustic decor or the horse-filled stable that caught everyone's attention-it was the bride's gorgeous wedding gown that really stole the day.

Cuoco walked down the aisle in a custom made Reem Acra wedding gown, which according to E! News took over 400 hours to construct. The dress featured a sweetheart neckline and was covered in embroidered flowers from top to bottom. It also included a stunning cape, which featured the same embroidered flower pattern. The entire look was styled by Brad Goreski and Daniela Romero.

"It was a joy to create this custom gown for Kaley. She looked wonderful and I wish her and Karl a lifetime of happiness," Reem Acra told E! News in a statement.

Following the ceremony, the actress, 32, changed into a Tadashi Shoji lace jumpsuit to party the night away.

While the bride may have gone all out on her dress, she kept the rest of her look pretty simple. According to People, the actress used only $46 worth of drugstore beauty products to get her wedding day look. Makeup artist Jamie Greenberg revealed the exact products she used on Cuoco to give her that blushing bride look, and they're all totally affordable.

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Greenberg prepped the skin with Skyn Iceland Hydro Cool Firming Eye Gels that have appeared in many a pre-red carpet selfie. After that, she applied Cover FX foundation and subtle pink eyeshadow. She then gave Cuoco a soft eye look, using Burt's Bees Nourishing Eyeliner Pencil in Soft Black and Burt's Bees Nourishing Mascara. She completed the look with a few falsies, using Ardell Studio Effects Demi Wispies.

It just goes to show you: you CAN splurge on that big ticket item on your wedding wish list and still get a gorgeous look that won't break your bank.