Sophie Turner’s wedding gown took 350 hours to create

Sophie Turner’s bespoke Louis Vuitton wedding gown for her second wedding to Joe Jonas took more than 350 hours to assemble.

The flower-embroidered tulle and silk gazar dress, which was designed by the label’s creative director Nicolas Ghesquiere, was also hand-sewn with 50,400 crystal beads and 50,400 white beads.

Sophie, 23, wore the breathtaking creation at the star-studded ceremony at the Chateau de Tourreau in Sarrians in the south of France, on 29 June, and recently shared a photo from the ceremony, showing the backless cap-sleeved gown in full.


More than 10 embroiderers worked for a staggering 75 hours on the gown’s 14 meters of embroidered tulle, which featured a digitally designed intricate floral pattern of more than 650,000 stitches, according to People.

The Game of Thrones actress also wore a veil, designed by Ghesquiere, which required 48 hours of embroidery, as the thread was painstakingly hand-cut between each flower, and the hem was hand-cut to create a natural finishing to match the sleeves.

Completing the look were white satin shoulder details on the cap sleeves and a draped belt.

Her new husband, his best men – brothers Nick and Kevin Jonas – and his groomsmen all wore custom Berluti suits designed by Kris Van Assche.

Sophie’s dress was a far cry from the silk Bevza jumpsuit she wore to her Las Vegas wedding to Joe back in May, which took place shortly after the Billboard Music Awards.

Sophie paired the $650 (£519) jumpsuit with a makeshift veil and gold Loeffler Randall mules, while her singer husband wore a dapper charcoal grey suit.