Jennifer Lopez wore not one, but three wedding dresses for her big day.
In a photo of the actress and singer taken by photographer John Russo, Lopez is seen wearing a gown with a reimagined turtleneck and a dramatic ruffle hem.
"Over 1,000 hand-cut handkerchiefs and 500 meters of fabric were cut into ruffles and attached by hand, creating a voluminous, romantic skirt," according to the press release. "The intricately constructed sleeve is inset with cascading ruffle, draped from the back of the turtleneck to the shoulder to create a romantic, heritage-inspired sensibility."
Another look that Lopez wore was a chandelier pearl gown with cascading strings of pearls. The designer noted that it took 30 artisans to finish the dress and up to 700 hours were spent hand-embroidering it together. It also included micro-pleats of silk tulle, tiny pearl embellishments and Swarovski crystals.
The final dress that Lopez wore that day was a custom, sleek mermaid gown with a keyhole neckline that was embellished in Swarovski crystals. It had a full skirt and an organza overlay.
"Ralph Lauren created the bride's three custom gowns with love, care and consideration woven into every detail of the silhouettes," Ralph Lauren wrote in a caption on Instagram alongside a short video highlighting the design process of the gowns.
The designer also noted that Affleck wore a classic tuxedo from the brand, too.
Lopez has been tight-lipped about the details of her wedding but shared a post Tuesday on Instagram of a close-up of her wearing her veil. Her caption told followers to head to her website, OnTheJLo.com, for a "first peek" at her wedding looks.
Lopez and Affleck officially tied the knot last month at the Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas.
"We did it," Lopez wrote at the time in her OnTheJLo newsletter. "Love is beautiful. Love is kind. And it turns out love is patient. Twenty years patient."
"It was the best possible wedding we could have imagined," she added. "One we dreamed of long ago and one made real (in the eyes of the state, Las Vegas, a pink convertible and another) at very, very long last."