All the Details of Cheryl Hines' Dress for Her Kennedy Wedding

PHOTO: Cheryl Hines and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. attend 2012 Riverkeepers Annual Fishermens Ball at Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers, April 26, 2012, New York City.

"Suburgatory" star Cheryl Hines married Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Saturday in Massachusetts at the Kennedy compound and looked absolutely stunning in her white, pearl-beaded dress.

People magazine caught up with the dress' designer Romona Keveza, who said the actress, 48, was looking for a dress that had a “timeless, modern style."

“I sent her some pictures and she selected three dresses, but I had a pretty good idea of what one she would pick,” Keveza said. “And sure enough, the very first dress she tried on was the one she fell in love with.”

READ: Cheryl Hines Marries Robert Kennedy Jr.

Hines looked amazing with her blond locks pinned up over her shoulder-length dress.

PHOTO: Actress Cheryl Hines walks across a lawn to the tent where her wedding to Robert F. Kennedy Jr., took place in Hyannis Port, Mass. on Aug. 2, 2014.
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PHOTO: Actress Cheryl Hines walks across a lawn to the tent where her wedding to Robert F. Kennedy Jr., took place in Hyannis Port, Mass. on Aug. 2, 2014.

Indeed, the designer said, the fabric for the dress had some Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis-inspired elements to it, the famed aunt of the actress' new husband.

"I feel it’s almost as though Jackie was there at her wedding, giving her blessings to Cheryl who was wearing a dress inspired by her, and to Robert Kennedy, Jr. It’s quite magical in many ways," she added.

In addition to her gorgeous gown, Hines and Kennedy had a beautiful four-tiered cake at their wedding from Montilio’s Baking Co. of Boston.

The cake, which feeds 250 people, was right out of a movie, pink layers with blue flowers decorated throughout.

“We’ve done a lot of Kennedy weddings throughout the years,” owner George Montilio told People magazine. “My father did John F. Kennedy’s inaugural cake.”

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