Camila Alves McConaughey’s Brazilian Dream Dress

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Camila Alves McConaughey turned to long-time family friend in Brazil, Ducarmo Castelo Branco, to craft the dress of her dreams.

Camila told PEOPLE Magazine that she had essentially been designing this gown for years. She placed her vision in the hands of 78-year-old designer, Ducarmo, and eight other local women, after spending just shy of two days in Brazil to help develop the dress. The all-over beaded gown, must have been no sweat for the team because they completed it in less than a month!

Camila’s beautiful sheer sleeves provided the perfect coverage for their traditional Catholic ceremony, and her lace veil and diamond headpiece completed the look for her fairytale, “glamp” wedding.

>Read more about the couple’s “Glamping” weekend!

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