Blake Lively Wears Vintage Wedding Dress, Kisses Costar: Pictures From Film Set

Celebrity Style Mar. 26, 2014 AT 4:40PM
Blake Lively films a wedding scene for "The Age of Adaline"
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Dan Humphrey (and Ryan Reynolds), look away now! As Blake Lively continues filming her new romance The Age of Adaline, the Gossip Girl alum, 26, wore a stunning vintage wedding dress on Tuesday, March 25 to film a wedding scene on the movie's Vancouver set. 

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The film, which is set to be released in 2015, follows Lively's character, Adaline, after an accident renders her ageless in the early 1900s. She spends years in solitude until she meets a man who brings her out of the darkness (presumably her husband, played by Peter J. Gray). 

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The pair were spotted exiting a church and sharing a few happy kisses as a wedding party showered them with rice and cheers. Lively's stunning, knee-length satin gown has detailed champagne lace at the top and her hair is styled in a wavy bob that doesn't hit her shoulders. This look appears to be from the'20s after Lively showed off a '50-inspired costume while filming on March 17. 

Blake Lively and Peter J. Gray film a wedding scene for
Blake Lively and Peter J. Gray film a wedding scene for "The Age of Adaline" on March 25, 2014.
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It looks like the fashion-forward former Upper East Sider will take fans through some of the greatest eras in American fashion throughout the course of this film. 

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And as she remains hard at work on the new project, her hubby Reynolds, 37, is close by. The Vancouver native has been photographed hanging out near the Adaline set with his wife of more than a year. 

“Having a personal life has been really nice," Lively said in Elle's April 2014 issue. "I’d been on Gossip Girl 10 months a year for six years, shooting 15-hour days, so I hadn’t had time to just be since I graduated from high school. It’s been nice to kind of settle into my own skin and work on things I really love.”

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