Olivia Attwood and husband Bradley Dack get romantic tattoos on their wedding day
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Oliva Attwood and her husband, Bradley Dack, have unveiled the romantic tattoos they both got on their wedding day, having been inked with two halves of a romantic phrase on their arms.
The pair have known one another since 2015, and reunited in 2018 after Attwood’s split from Love Island star Chris Hughes, with whom she shared the third place spot on the show the year before.
They got engaged in 2019, before getting married this weekend surrounded by 80 friends and family members, decking the hotel out with 10,000 roses and over 25,000 individual flowers by Red Floral Architecture.
According to the Independent, Attwood’s dress was a bespoke lace-sleeved gown designed by Galia Lahav, which set her back a whopping £30,000.
But that’s not all she was sporting that day, as the couple also marked the big day by getting tattoos in front of their guests.
They enlisted the help of tattoo artist Pablo Guierrez, aka @certifiedletterboy of The London Social, who posted photos and short clips of the artwork in action.
“Till Death Do Us Part,” he wrote on Instagram.
“Blessed to tatt at @oliviajade_attwood and @bradleydack1 wedding. CLBridal you know.
“Love u both so much and thanks so much for the support."
Attwood had ‘Till death’ inked on her arm, while her new husband had ‘Do us part’ on his wrist.
Ahead of the big day, Attwood told OK! that the wedding would ‘reflect their personalities’, having previously said kids wouldn’t be invited.
"I think the wedding we are going ahead with this summer is much more true to who I am and who Brad is, and it reflects our personalities a lot more,” she said.
"We’ve stood our ground, we’ve reduced the guest list quite drastically and I feel way better about it. That’s one of the good things that has come with having to rearrange the wedding a couple of times!
"We’ve actually had a chance to take a step back and go, 'Hold on, are we inviting these people because we’re trying to keep everyone happy, or because we really want to?'"
Speaking about the guest list, Attwood said she and Dack decided to keep the numbers low so as not to ‘tick boxes’.
She said: "Some of my friends have always been on telly, but they are my genuine best friends for over 10 years.
"Some of Brad’s friends play football for a living, so there are definitely guests invited that people will recognise. But we’re not friends with super-famous people."
Congratulations to the happy couple.