Monday, November 17, 2014

Solange Marries Alan Ferguson In Front Of Beyoncé, Jay Z And More!

She's been pictured dressed-down in the run-up to her sister Solange's wedding in New Orleans this weekend.

But Beyonce was a glamorous sight at the nuptials on Sunday afternoon.

The 33-year-old stunned in a slinky white frock as she cradled her two-year-old daughter Blue Ivy outside the church, where her sister said 'I do,' to longtime love Alan Ferguson in front of about 100 guests, reports E!.

She showed off her slender frame in the long white dress, which sported spaghetti straps and a low-cut neckline.

She added white platform heels, and wore her highlighted hair in voluminous curls.
The singer cradled her daughter, who looked adorable in a sparkling beige fairy-like dress.

Meanwhile, the bride bucked tradition with a plunging cream pantsuit to say 'I do' to her longtime love Alan Ferguson.

The pair were seen arriving at the venue together, riding bicycles.

The 28-year-old wore her hair in its signature Afro and added a pop of collar to her cream ensemble with crimson lips.

Earlier, Beyonce's husband Jay Z, 44, was seen dressed in a white suit as he carried Blue Ivy to the wedding.

Meanwhile, a casually clad Beyonce carried what looked like a tulle dress as she ducked into the venue.

The superstar singer was edgy chic in a leather jacket featuring a colourful print on the back as she highlighted her shapely legs in blue skinny jeans paired with beige pointed-toe pumps.

The Pretty Hurts hitmaker carried an eggshell-white dress featuring a tulle skirt.

Solange’s husband-to-be and her 10-year-old son from a previous marriage, Daniel Julez Smith, were also pictured arriving to the pre-wedding proceedings.

The 51-year-old music video director sported a white windbreaker with loose-fitting white trousers and glossy black dress shoes.

The wedding festivities kicked off on Friday with Solange and Alan treating Beyonce and about 50 of their friends to cinema night at the Indywood movie theatre.

They watched the Diana Ross 1975 classic film Mahogany, the movie they saw on their first date, as People reported.

Before the film played, the couple screened a very personal documentary that they made of how they met.

'It was pretty adorable,' Indywood Movie Theatre owner Hayley Sampson told People.

'They were talking about how they met and that they bonded (over) this film and then showed everybody the movie.'

Everyone was in great spirits, a sign that the infamous elevator fight back in May - in which Solange was caught hitting Jay Z in front of Beyoncé - is all in the past.

'What's important is that my family and I are all good,' Solange told Lucky magazine. 'What we had to say collectively was in the statement that we put out, and we all feel at peace with that.'

'At the end of the day families have problems and we're no different,' Solange, Beyoncé and Jay Z said in a joint statement after the physical altercation.

'We love each other and above all we are family. We've put this behind us and hope everyone else will do the same.'


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