If you think of celebrity wedding dresses, you think of Kandi Burruss’s gown. This is as celeb as one can get. People thought that it couldn’t get much better for the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star, but then this happened. In 2014, Kandi married Todd Tucker and designer Reco Chapple was responsible for designing the dress.
A mermaid-styled gown, with an ostrich feathered ending, was just part of the details on the gown. Swarovski crystals adorned the gown all over and a long list of jewels (including a tiara) was part of the look, making all the guests’ bling bling-bling.
Sarah Jessica Parker
When "Sex and the City" star decided it was time to tie the know with Matthew Broderick, the last thing on her mind was a lavishing extravaganza event. She walked into one of her favorite stores and picked out a Morgan Le Fay that wasn't initially designed to be a wedding dress, but for Sarah, it was a perfect wedding dress.
Believe it or not, but instead of going to the wedding with traditional white, the dress was the exact opposite. Sarah Jessica Parker got married in a black stunning wedding dress making her event (and the dress) one to remember.
Model Kate Upton is known for her stunning looks and impeccable style, and she certainly did not disappoint on her wedding day. In 2017, she married professional basketball player Justin Verlander in a breathtaking ceremony held in Tuscany, Italy. Kate's wedding gown was nothing short of spectacular, featuring long sleeves, delicate lace, and intricately embroidered floral details.
The crew-style neck added a touch of sophistication and elegance to the overall look. The images captured from the wedding day have left a lasting impression on everyone who has seen them, and it's no surprise why. Kate looked absolutely stunning and radiated pure happiness on her special day.
1986 was the year Caroline Kennedy said I do to Edwin Schlossberg. Although they wanted to keep everything low-key, over 2000 people waited outside of the church where the wedding was held, making the event anything but private. Caroline wanted something to symbolize her father's Irish ancestry, so white shamrocks were embroidered onto the simple, yet beautiful dress.
The organza-made dress was designed by no other than Carolina Herrera, who is known for having given her touch to many first-class ladies over the years. It had short sleeves, and in the 1980s, it was as good a wedding dress could get.
We were thinking about which wedding we should focus on (out of the three) and then decided to focus only on the first one which is when Marilyn Monroe wore a traditional wedding dress (in the other two the outfits she chose were not exactly acceptable wedding gowns).
She was only 16 when she got married for the first time, and the gown she wore suited the dreamy wedding only a 16 year girl could dream of. These were the days when Marilyn was a brunette, when her appearance was modest, and when she was mostly known to all as Norma Jean.