Yesterday's Imitation of Christ show marked the relaunch of Tara Subkoff's much-loved  reworked vintage line, which she'd put on the back burner recently to focus on her ready-to-wear offshoot, Imitation. It also marked what might be the first fashion show we can think of that was made to look like an actual wedding, real-life priest and all. The role of bride was played by Lydia Hearst who wore a Subkoff-designed gown with '30s-inspired touches, which was echoed in the elegant flapper-esque looks donned by her bridal party. And who says bridesmaids gowns have to be ugly? Check out Marco Ovando's backstage photos above.