Could it be!? It's very likely that Blake Lively just shared a rare glimpse of the wedding dress she wore to wed Ryan Reynolds during their surprise September 2012 nuptials in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.
The Age of Adaline actress, 26, appeared to be wearing her Marchesa gown at the couple's reception in a video she posted to her new Preserve website on July 21. Smiling ear-to-ear, Lively has her blonde locks up and is dancing at what could be Boone Hall Plantation. The night footage also shows others releasing white sky lanterns into the air.
Lively has never shared a full-length picture of her custom-made dress before, but did give a sneak peek in the couple's Martha Stewart Weddings spread three months after saying "I do." The couple held hands for the photo op, revealing the bottom of Lively's white floor-length ensemble.
"Blake's cloud-like silk tulle gown featured a fitted bodice, illusion crystal beading on the shoulders, and rose-gold embroidery," the magazine reported at the time. Reynolds also revealed his Lorraine Schwartz wedding band.
As it turns out, the Marchesa creation now has a significant flaw: a burn mark. The Gossip Girl alum recently revealed that she accidentally scorched a spot on her gown with a sparkler while her good friend Florence Welch performed at the couple's reception.
"Later, my dress was hanging up and Ryan said, 'Isn't that beautiful?' I said, 'What?' And he pointed to the burn," Lively said in the August issue of Vogue. "My heart just stopped, because it was such a sensitive little subject. And he said, 'You'll always remember that moment with Florence singing and the sparklers. You have that forever, right there, preserved.' Now that's my favorite part of the dress."
Reynolds' adorable "preserved" comment is perhaps the name inspiration for her new lifestyle website.