Let's All Drool Over Sofia Vergara's Amazing Wedding Dress (PHOTO)

Sofia VergaraSofia Vergara is perfect-looking, and she married the similarly immaculate Joe Manganiello in Florida over the weekend. Naturally, everyone was waiting to catch a peek at Vergara rocking her wedding dress. Girl did not disappoint.

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First, the dress details. It's a fairy-tale frock that hugs Vergara in all the right places. The strapless gown, covered in what looks like intricate embroidery, was designed by Zuhair Murad, who has dressed Vergara and her Modern Family costars for awards shows and such. It looks as if the train might detach for the reception, so Sofia didn't have to drag the whole thing around all night.

Here's a picture of two dapper gents whom Sofia calls "her team" -- they look like they're carrying the dress to Sofia right before the ceremony.

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The dress is gorgeous and reflective of Sofia's style, which is always beautifully tailored and form-fitting without ever being too revealing or cheap. She does va va voom with class better than anyone on the fashion landscape right now. Her wedding gown was somehow at the same time regal and modern, substantial and light as air, and sexy while still being demure. It's total perfection.

Swoon:

Sure, the 43-year-old stunner could wear a potato sack and turn heads, but Vergara is consistently one of the most beautifully dressed women in Hollywood. (Yes, you read that right. That hot piece of woman is 43 years old. Ageless.)

The beautiful bride's famous and very handsome groom, the 38-year old Joe Manganiello, wore a John Varvatos tuxedo. Feast your eyes on these gorgeous newlyweds.

More from The Stir: The Night Before Sofia Vergara & Joe Manganiello's Wedding Was Truly Spectacular (VIDEO)

The gorgeous pair celebrated their nuptials in a Palm Beach ceremony with 400 of their family and friends. Congrats, you two crazy beautiful kids.

 

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