The wedding photos of Hollywood stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson have finally been revealed, and they are absolutely stunning. After months of speculation and endless reports in the press, we now have the first official high-quality images from Stewart's big day. The London National Gallery had the fantastic idea of pairing the photos with artist Vincent Van Gogh's iconic painting, “The Starry Night,” which perfectly represents the stunning twilight scenes that the photos capture.

Van Gogh painted several versions of “The Starry Night” across several years of his life. This particular painting, completed in 1889, is one of his masterpieces and was recently renovated and re-hung in the London National Gallery, making it much easier for viewers to appreciate the subtle changes that the Dutch master made to the composition over the years.

Apart from the beautiful sunset colors in the background, Van Gogh transformed the original work by adding a figure in the middle and using different colors for the stars (the original stars in the painting were yellow). It is believed that Stewart and Van Gogh met before the wedding and started dating after the premiere of the French film, “Les Misérables.” Since then, the couple has kept a very low profile and has mostly stayed out of the public eye, which is why their wedding photos were so well-kept as secrets.

The iconic stars finally made their red-carpet debut together on the 18th of July, when Stewart and Van Gogh were interviewed by British Vogue. The two stars opened up about Stewart's dress, which she wore for the wedding, and they also showed off some of their favorite art-related items. They also shared a very special piece of jewelry, a matching necklace and matching earrings crafted by Van Gogh himself, which they both wore during the interview.

The photos of Stewart and Van Gogh were taken by frequent collaborator, photographer David LaChapelle, and feature artistic director Tom Hunter, who has previously worked with the couple. LaChapelle and Hunter worked together to organize the perfect day and make it a truly special event. Stewart's dress was custom-made by UK designer Clare Waighty, who has previously worked with the actress on multiple occasions. The designer also created a mermaid-inspired dress for Stewart's goddaughter, Isla Fisher, who served as a bridesmaid on the big day.

Waighty became famous for her daring fashion choices, especially when it comes to designing wedding dresses. In 2015, she became the first designer to create a wedding dress for Hollywood A-lister, Jennifer Aniston. Since then, she has continued to work with famous stars, designing eye-catching gowns and capturing the magic of their wedding days on camera.

Speaking of which, let's take a closer look at Stewart's dress. The star chosen a white wedding dress with a plunging neckline, which she wore with a simple gold chain and earrings. The dress features long, light-catching skirts and a high neckline that plunges almost to the floor. According to insiders, the dress was inspired by French fashion designer, Maria Grazia Chiuri, who created the stunning Marghiganni dress that Stewart wore during the 66th Cannes Film Festival last year.

Since the beginning of this year, Stewart has been linked to several famous European designers, including Prada and Miu Miu. It is rumored that the Italian brand offered to take over the design and manufacturing of her dress and guarantee her a wedding in any style of her choice. But she wanted to keep the design a secret until the wedding day. So, naturally, she chose to wear Chiuri's daring creation, which she has worn several times since.

What Is Kristen Stewart's Secret?

Apart from the stunning sunset colors and the romantic setting, one of the things that stood out about the wedding photos of Stewart and Van Gogh is the secrecy that surrounded the event. The celebrity couple were so determined to keep the details of their special day under wraps that they weren't even photographed together for two weeks beforehand. They did an interview with British Vogue about two days before the wedding and then held a very private engagement party a few days later. It was only on the wedding day that the world learned about their secret engagement and whirlwind marriage.

A Private Affair

Unlike most celebrity weddings, Stewart and Van Gogh's wedding day was an intimate affair. Only a select group of family and friends were invited, and the attendees were kept in the dark about the real reason for the celebration. Apparently, the couple wanted to keep the details of their special day as private as possible, so they could enjoy the occasion without any interruptions. They even took the unusual step of inviting famous photographer Annie Leibovitz to stay away from the wedding day, so that no photos of the event could be leaked to the media beforehand. Leibovitz previously worked with Stewart on the 2010 film, “The Runaway Bride,” and is best known for her portraiture work. Perhaps she was invited to attend the wedding as a guest rather than a photographer.

An Enigmatic Groom

One of the reasons why the wedding photos of Stewart and Van Gogh are so special is because they don't really reveal anything about their personal life. There is no hint about their marital status or lifestyle in the photos, and the couple keep a very low profile as a result. This is in stark contrast to other celebrity weddings, where the focus is often on the bride's dress, her hair, and make-up. But the truth is that most couples try to keep their wedding details a secret until the event itself, so that the special day can unfold as organically as possible and the guests can have a more personal experience of the moment. Of course, this is easier said than done, as leaks and rumors about the wedding continue to this day.

An Invitation From Paris

One of the unique things about Stewart's wedding day is that it was an invitation-only affair. It seems that the couple wanted to enjoy their special day fully, without any distractions or outside interventions. The guests were limited to family and friends, and a handful of high-profile fashion designers, such as Dior, Saint Laurent, and Marc Jacobs. The French fashion house, Dior, sent a special representative to the wedding, who arrived carrying a golden invitation emblazoned with the letter ‘D,’ for Dior.

This was followed by a special delivery van from Paris, filled with even more invitations. The van was parked outside the church and was spotted by paparazzi. The guests who received the invitations had to RSVP immediately.

All About The Groom

Apart from the stunning venue and the gorgeous dress, the most important part of the wedding of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart is the groom. The 25-year-old director and his bride made a stunning couple and their wedding day was filled with gorgeous dresses, breathtaking scenery, and romantic gestures. It seems that Stewart wanted to keep the focus on her groom, as she made several special appearances throughout the day, especially in the early morning hours. She also changed her hair and makeup multiple times, giving the impression that she was doing this for the photographers. Her gowns were designed by multiple fashion houses, including Dior and Louis Vuitton, and were worn by famous celebrities, including Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Moss.

Most of Moss's appearances are associated with various collaborations she has done with designer Louis Vuitton. The 45-year-old British model has been seen wearing Louis Vuitton designs on more than one occasion, including the designer's signature leather handbags. The designer has also worked with Moss on an album cover and has designed multiple pieces of her clothing, including a skirt and top set that she wore for the 2015 Halloween premiere of “Mad Max: Fury Road.”

Moss did not attend the wedding and there is no indication that either of the pair are fans of the designer. This seems like a missed opportunity, since it would have been such a special day for Louis Vuitton fans.