All About Ariana Grande's Wedding Band Designed by Husband Dalton Gomez
Dalton Gomez took special care when designing Ariana Grande's wedding ring.
As with her one-of-a-kind engagement ring, the 25-year-old real estate agent worked with jeweler Jack Solow to create a custom diamond band for his new wife
"It's a beautiful, tasteful platinum and diamond plaster band," a jewelry store spokesman told E! News. "Dalton was very happy with it."
Gomez and Grande, 27, tied the knot in a small ceremony at the weekend, Grande's representative confirmed to PEOPLE exclusively on Monday.
"They got married," said their spokesman. "It was tiny and intimate - less than 20 people. The room was so happy and full of love. The couple and both families couldn't be happier."
The ceremony took place at the couple's home in Montecito, California.
"Both Ari and Dalton love Montecito. They spend a lot of time there," a source told PEOPLE. "It only seems natural that they would get married in Ari's beautiful and historic home."
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Solow previously shared how Grande's engagement ring came together.
"Dalton has been involved in every step of the selection process through FaceTime and Zoom since he was on the West Coast and I was here in my New York office. He was very, very exactly what he wanted," Solow told E! News. "He had very strong feelings about how this should look, a contemporary way. It was his idea to make the diamond at an angle and he told me we had to put a pearl in the finished piece because it is very sentimental especially, the element of a pearl is very, very sentimental special to Ariana. He wanted to include that in the ring. "
Shortly after the singer announced her engagement to Gomez, her fans began to speculate that behind the one-of-a-kind diamond sparkler, there might be a sentimental story behind the one-of-a-kind ring.
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After the death of her grandfather in 2014, Grande announced that her beloved Nonna, her grandmother Marjorie, had a special ring made for the singer.
"Nonna had a ring made for me with the pearl from grandpa's tie pin. She says he told her in a dream that he would protect me," she wrote next to a photo of the special gold ring.
When fans noticed the similarities between the two photos, they quickly realized that for their engagement, the couple may have added a diamond to the ring that was embedded next to their grandfather's pearl.
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Grande shared the engagement news on December 20 and posted a series of cute photos of the couple on Instagram.
"Forever n then some," she appropriately captioned the post.
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"They couldn't be happier, they are just so excited," a source told PEOPLE. "This is a happy time for her, both parents are delighted."
A source told PEOPLE earlier this year that the couple have been together since January and are socially distant at their Los Angeles home amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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