The custom made Valentino creation was a strapless ivory silk point d'esprit tulle dress, with a pink hand painted shaded train embroidered with satin flowers.
Marrying Adam Shulman at a private ceremony in California, the actress completed the look with a 1920s inspired veil with a lace ribbon and large flower headpiece.
Apparently, Anne skipped on the jewellery letting her striking gown do all the talking.
But Hathaway is not the first celeb to hit the pink dip dye trend, as back in 2002, Gwen Stefani opted a custom made Dior gown with a pink bottom, for her wedding to Gavin Rossdale.
But what do you think about adding colour to your wedding dress? Style verdicts please…