Thank U, Next was right for Ariana Grande!
Years after the singer ended her engagement to Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson, the 27-year-old has said "I do" to Dalton Gomez, and now, she's giving her fans the first look at their super-secret surprise wedding.
Taking to her social media on Wednesday -- nearly two weeks after they got married -- Ariana posted the very first shots of her as a blushing bride.
She didn't hold back either, dropping nearly a dozen photos from their "non-traditional" ceremony.
Showcasing her gorgeous body, Ariana wore a backless and strapless silk bridal gown.
Looking like a walking goddess, the brunette bombshell took photos of every angle so fans would see the dangerously low back.
Wearing a short veil with a bow on the top of her head, Ariana's wedding look wouldn't be complete without her signature winged eyeliner.
Keeping her makeup soft and natural, the God Is a Woman singer kept her accessories minimal.
Slipping on a pair of pearl earrings that featured dangling diamonds, Ariana not only shared her wedding gown but the moment she said "I do."
Showcasing flowers hanging from the ceiling and white candles lit all around the couple, the Grammy winner planted a kiss on her husband as he playfully dipped her.
Captioning the stunning wedding photos with just their ceremony date, Ariana showed she's still in the honeymoon phase.
As Radar reported, Grande and Dalton tied the knot on May 15, 2021, just five months after getting engaged.
The surprise wedding went down at Ariana's mansion in Montecito, CA -- which is also Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry's neck of the woods -- and they only invited a small number of guests.
Dalton -- who is a real estate agent -- popped the question right before Christmas after being linked just 10 months prior.
They ended up taking their relationship public in May 2020.
It's unclear if their weekend wedding was a planned event or spur of the moment; however, months ago, a source close to the couple revealed the singer wanted a "small and intimate" summer ceremony.