Teresa Palmer Shares Marriage Photos Showing Off Bump

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For Teresa Palmer and now-husband Mark Webber, their recent Dec. 21 wedding was celebrated in the the bohemian tradition which seems to suit the lovebirds quite well. Not quite bohemian in the strict definition of the term, but in the encompassing of Buddhist, Christian, Hindu and even native American elements infused in their special celebration. Teresa is seen in the pictures wearing a custom-made Pallas Couture wedding dress which does indeed give her a bohemian air by accentuating her contrasting features. The groom looks pretty good too in khaki pants with a matching khaki vest. Teresa exclaimed “It was a real celebration of love!” when asked about the wedding.

The duo got engaged in August which was followed a week later by the announcement of their pregnancy. Before the wedding, Teresa thought that her pregnancy might take away from her wedding as she considered postponing the eventual marriage until after the baby’s birth, but she affirms now to having changed her mind:

“I always thought I wouldn’t want to be pregnant at my wedding but I love it. It’s beautiful to know our baby was there with us,” said the Warm Bodies actress. “And I’ve never really been that traditional.”

Though not that uncommon anymore, a baby in the belly during the nuptials does indeed add that extra bit of non-traditionality, that little bohemian spice of excitement.

“To these special people who impact our lives everyday, we thank you so much. To our best friends, parents and siblings who joined us in Mexico for our wedding, we love you – thank you for all of it.” posted the actress in an instagram message. “To my maid of honour… For helping with designing my dress, creating our wedding album… To my bridesmaids and bestest (sic) friends… You are my sisters… And of course this goes without saying – thank you (Mark Webber) – my home… Ok I’m done,”




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