While many brides opt for a second look on their wedding day, Victoria's Secret model Devon Windsor used her wedding weekend in St. Barths to rock not just two bridal looks, but nine!
The model married boyfriend Johnny Dex Barbara during a beautiful beachside on the Caribbean island. They exchanged vows in front of 300 guests including Windsor's fellow Victoria's Secret models Shanina Shaik, Georgia Fowler, Lorena Rae, and Nadine Leopold as well as model Olivia Culpo.
Before Windsor and Barbara said "I do" they entertained guests with a all-white welcome dinner, a beach party and a rehearsal dinner. With so many exciting wedding festivities, it's no wonder Windsor opted for so many outfit changes! Scroll through to see all of her wedding looks, proving she is the ultimate island bride!
A week before the wedding, Windsor revealed on Instagram that she and Barbara picked up their marriage license. To celebrate the occasion and countdown until their wedding day, the model wore a white blazer dress and a pearl headband. "First comes love then comes... marriage license!!! Step one, done! Next up," she captioned the post.
To kick off their wedding weekend in St. Barths, the couple invited guests to a white party at restaurant Tamarin. Although guests were told to wear white, the bride stood out in a colorful beige dress with accents of pink, orange, white, black and green.
Ahead of the nuptials, Windsor and Barbara hosted a beach party at Shellona. The bride paired a white beaded one-piece bathing suit with a matching open kaftan.
Later that day, the model changed into another beach look—a white crocheted lace triangle bikini top and matching layered ruffle pants.
For her rehearsal dinner, Windsor wore a simple white slip dress by Jonathan Simkhai and accessorized with a silver cuff and small beaded purse. She captioned her last post as a single woman, "Tomorrow I marry my Cuban lover!!!"
The model enlisted designer Zuhair Murad to create her wedding ceremony gown. The delicate lace gown featured an off-the-shoulder neckline, long sleeves and a sheer skirt. She paired the dress with a simple tulle veil and carried a small bouquet of white flowers.
During the reception, the bride made two more outfit changes—first an embellished v-neck dress and then a sparkling romper with a detachable sheer skirt.
Solidifying her "just married" status, Windsor finished her wedding weekend while wearing a strapless white bathing suit with the words "Mrs. Barbara" printed on the back.