Kate Bosworth Relives Nuptials via Martha Stewart Weddings Pictures- The beautiful Kate Bosworth tied the knot with Michael Polish way back on August 31st, 2013. However, she and her hubby are reliving the nuptials via their Martha Stewart Weddings magazine pictures.
The couple wasn’t in favor of the usual boring wedding party. So something a little different was arranged instead. The guests were treated to an array of exciting pursuits such as hiking, fly fishing and horse riding. Kate herself preferred wide open spaces beneath the blue canopy of the sky. She was not one to spend an indoor existence and get caught up in the disease of cabin fever.
Country songsters graced the occasion. And Kate’s dresses were simple awesome to look at since they were designed by Oscar de la Renta. The cover of Martha Stewart’s magazine depicted Kate in a moment of repose while in her white wedding gown. She looks absolutely drop dead gorgeous.
Furthermore, her love of horses and the cowboy lifestyle is apparent too. The horse-drawn carriage the couple chose is evidence of this. According to Kate, it was love at first sight between her and Michael. She became his muse and things progressed to the point of matrimony. May God bless the two since they are an ideal couple indeed!
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