A source says Tom Brady didn't special-order the suit he wore to his wedding to Gisele Bundchen since he and the supermodel wanted to keep their wedding top secret.
Obtaining some new exclusive details of Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady's top secret nuptials, US Weekly writes in an exclusive report on its site that while Gisele wore Dolce & Gabbana wedding dress, Tom opted to don a gray two-button peak lapel pure wool suit which was designed by Ermenegildo Zegna. He reportedly didn't special-order the suit due to the fact that he and Gisele wanted to keep their wedding private.
"I think he definitely wore something that he already had because it was such a last-minute thing," a source tells the publication. "Every suit that he wears is Made-to-Measure to fit him perfectly."
After completing their sacred wedding ceremony, Tom and Gisele were joined by a few of their family members for an informal gathering held later that day at their $11.7 million home in the Brentwood neighborhood of L.A. The supermodel was spotted sporting a more casual clothes during the gathering, US Weekly goes on detailing.
Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady wed in a Catholic ceremony which was begun at dusk on Thursday, February 26 in Los Angeles. Their wedding was said to be "very small and intimate" and was attended only by immediate family of the couple, including Tom's son, John Edward, whom he has with ex-girlfriend Bridget Moynahan.
The wedding came a month after Gisele publicly denied mounting Internet reports claiming she has been engaged to Tom. At that time, she proclaimed her intention to host an intimate wedding ceremony for just family and close friends.
As of press time, neither Gisele nor Tom has offered comment on their reported wedding. Also, there have yet words from their representatives regarding that matter.