Emma Thompson married Kenneth Branagh in the late 1980s. Every detail about this dress was abnormal, different, and so unexpected from a wedding dress. Thompson wore a knee-length multicolored dress, with sleeves (that have seen better days), and a matching feathered hat.
Now, if we were presented with this look, in our days, we would probably have a few things to say, but as this incident took place in the 1980s when fashion wasn’t exactly at its peak, what can we say — it worked. Emma Thompson looked great! However, the couple ended up parting ways when it was revealed that Brannagh had an affair with Helena Bonham Carter.
Salma Hayek couldn't choose a better location or a better date for her wedding. She married Francois-Henri Pinault in Venice, Italy, on Valentine's day. Salma wore a beautiful ball gown, with silver embroidering on the top part of the dress. A silky ivory skirt, blown up just in the right size, transformed Slama into a princess, who fitted in perfectly with the Venician on-the-canal house.
The wedding consisted of a list of celebs from the entire entertainment industry — music, movies, and fashion joined the celebration that took place for a full two days. And just a few months later, the newlyweds renewed their vows in Venice, Italy, of all places.
Stunning Chiara Ferragni married X factor judge (and singer), Fedez, in Italy in 2018. The bride couldn't do with just one dress, but two haute couture gowns, labeled by Dior were one of the wedding's highlights. Chiara walked down the aisle in a jumpsuit, that was crochet and featured a high-neck and a long-sleeve design.
Apparently, a crochet dress was traditionally worn in southern Italy which emphasized the female tradition of the region. What can we say, we are happy the tradition was kept. Chiara's dress was absolutely stunning, and so was she herself. Since then, the couple have two kids: Leone and Vittoria.
Princess Margaret, known for her daring and stylish taste, chose a stunning wedding gown that was both innovative and elegant. Her sleeveless white gown was adorned with layers of fabric fit for a true princess, and it reflected her bold and confident personality.
For the ceremony, she added a shoulder lace top that gave her dress a more modest look, enhancing its elegance and beauty. Princess Margaret's dress was a perfect reflection of her unique style and flair, setting the tone for many royal weddings to come. It was a timeless gown that perfectly captured the grace and sophistication of a true princess.
Brigitte Bardot's wedding to Roger Vadim in 1953 was a glamorous affair, and her dress was no exception. Designed by Madame Ogive, the dress was a unique creation that blended elements of Edwardian design with Bardot's own personal style.
The dress featured a high collar, muff, and veil, all meticulously hand-sewn to create a look that was both classic and chic. Bardot's dress was a testament to her impeccable taste and style, and it set the tone for many iconic wedding dresses to come. With her beauty and elegance on full display, Bardot was a true vision of glamour and sophistication on her special day.