Here is our list of some of the most gorgeous celeb wedding dresses of all time! From the longest trains to the highest hemlines, each of these memorable wedding dresses is as remarkable as the last.
On February 26, 2009, Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady said "I do" in an intimate ceremony that was organized just in ten days. The Supermodel and Quarterback preferred to exchange their vows at the church of Santa Monica in California. It's hard to believe the power couple has already been married for ten years, and now they have two children together.
It was only recently their anniversary, and Gisele decided to mark it with a post on Instagram, Gisele wrote: "I love learning and growing with you. Happy anniversary love of my life! Te Amo Muito!" The last part was written in her native Portuguese, which means "I love you very much."
It was after they met on the set of Mr. & Mrs. Smith, a whirlwind romance followed by paparazzi and adopting several children, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie finally tied the know after nine years together at Chateau Miraval in France.
The private ceremony had an audience of just 22 people. Angelina's dress featured all of her children's drawings as a unique and creative tribute to their family.
Kate Middleton's royal wedding at London's Westminster Abbey was the epitome of regality back in 2011. Nearly 2.5 billion people watch from the comfort of their homes as Prince William of Wales, wed his longtime love, Kate Middleton in a gorgeous Alexander McQueen dress.
The couple first met as young students while in University, and the subsequent media excitement definitely made their relationship more challenging. But their love prevailed and as we now know they had a beautiful wedding at Westminister Abbey.
Miranda Kerr wore a beautiful Grace Kelly–worthy gown, custom-made by Dior Haute Couture. It was her second trip down the aisle as she had previously been married to Orlando Bloom. This time she married Evan Spiegel, the Snapchat Founder, and CEO.
The bride looked classic in an opaque satin gown with strategically placed floral adornments. Kerr topped her ensemble with an elaborate headpiece and veil. The couple had a casual event at their home in Los Angeles in front of 45 of their closest friends and family.
From the first moment we saw Ashley Tisdale in the 'High School Musical' movie, we knew she was someone to remember. The singer and actress married musician Christopher French at a private residence in Santa Barbara. She went for a classic, cap-sleeved gown with a tulle overskirt and paired it with an ornamental flower crown.
So it's only expected that for their wedding, Ashley had her High School Musical co-star Vanessa Hudgens as one of her six bridesmaids! Her breathtaking bouquet featured an array of colors including coral, white, green, and a pop of lavender which matched the centerpieces at their outdoor reception.
When Ivanka Trump wed media mogul Jared Kushner in 2009, she wore an elegant wedding dress, The classic A-line dress, custom made by Vera Wang, featured three layers of Chantilly and Lyon lace, and short illusion sleeves. Along with a long veil and diamonds from her own jewelry collection, Ivanka added a touch of drama as she walked down the aisle.
The highlight of their wedding was the cake, of course, "It was 70 inches on the table with about 13 layers," Sylvia Weinstock, who baked the cake, said in an interview.
It came as little surprise when Sofia Vergara revealed that Zuhair Murad would be creating her wedding gown. The Colombian-born actress, Sofia Vergara rose to fame following her role in the sitcom "Modern Family".
Sofia had a fairytale wedding to Magic Mike beefcake Joe Manganiello. She wore 5 different dresses! The designer has collaborated with Sofia many times in the past, dressing her for the Emmys, Golden Globes, and Oscars, and her wedding gown, embellished with several pounds of sequins, pearls, and jewels, did not disappoint. The ceremony was held at the Breakers Palm Beach resort in Florida.
When talking about her wedding, 'The City' star Whitney Port announced, "We wrote our own wedding vows and had family members marry us, we didn't make a sit-down meal because we wanted something way more casual than that and wanted everyone to have little tastes of everything, including all of our favorite things like a bread bar!
We named cocktails after our nicknames for each other; we choose all the music by making a playlist for the two years we were engaged." Whitney collaborated with Ashi Studio to dream up her statement high-low wedding dress.
Lauren Conrad rose to fame on the reality TV show 'Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County and its spin-off, 'The Hills.' Lauren Conrad chose a simple yet glamorous bridal look when she married William Tell in 2014.
For extra sparkle, Lauren's celebrity wedding gown was decorated with jewels, pearls, and baby glass beads. The Hills alum finished her look with a long veil attached to a sparkling headpiece.
Victoria Adams married David Beckham at Luttrellstown Castle, Ireland in 1999. Victoria Beckham's wedding dress was as glamorous as we would expect the former Spice Girls to be when she married David Beckham back in 1999. Victoria's royal look was finished off with an 18-carat gold and diamond tiara.
Victoria wore a Champagne-colored Vera Wang gown featuring a strapless bodice and full skirt with a 20-foot train.
Despite strongly preferring her iconic look at her wedding to rap megastar Kanye West, we can't forget her first wedding to NBA player Kris Humphries.
Their marriage only lasted for 72 days, but Kim still went all out on her big day – the ceremony cost around $10 million. Kim wore a strapless, ball gown, which she coupled with a diamond circlet.
For Kim Kardashian's third wedding in life and maybe not the last Kim went for a totally different look than what she had at her first. It was more modest with layers of lace and fitted perfectly on her body.
This wedding dress cost a fortune and reached almost $400,000. If only she would have known that this marriage would end too she would have chosen something else.
Audrina Patridge, the reality TV star married her longtime beau Corey Bonahan in Hawaii, just a few months after the baby was born.
Her designer is based in Australia and said, "It was just by luck that we were going to New York for Bridal Week that we were able to take her dress along with us…for the final fitting…We popped it on her and made a few adjustments. Audrina loved it!"
We still haven't gotten over Meghan Markle's arrival at Windsor Castle, wearing an immaculately white, thoughtfully simple custom dress by Clare Waight Keller of Givenchy. The gown showed off Meghan's naturally beautiful figure and collarbone with a graceful neckline and allowed her lace-embroidered veil to flow behind her.
The famous French Design studio seems to be Meghan's favorite. Her look was teamed with Queen Mary's diamond bandeau crown and a 16ft veil highlighting intricately hand-embroidered petals.
Shanae Grimes did things a little differently when she married her long-term boyfriend, Josh Beech, in 2013. In fact, the actress opted for the most unconventional color -black! Vera Wang designed the dress. Their ceremony was held in the backyard at an English Tudor home.
While tradition stands that the bride should wear a white dress at her wedding, Shanae had a completely different idea. Meanwhile, five years later and the couple is still going strong!
Allison Williams and Ricky Van Veen got married in an intimate ceremony at the Brush Creek Ranch in Wyoming. Allison is best known for her breakthrough role in the series "Girls," and she chose Peter Copping to design her wedding dress.
Allison stated that she had one request for her dress, and she knew Copping would deliver, stating, "I wanted long sleeves because I'm always cold."
Here's a bride who chose to stay away from tradition when it came to her wedding dress design — Ashlee Simpson. The American singer married Evan Ross in 2014 and decided to wear a crop top, bralette, and lace skirt instead of a one-piece dress.
The skirt's hemline was a little higher in the front, with a long train in the back. She completed the look with a custom silk veil with lace edges. Soon after their first anniversary, the couple welcomed their first daughter, a baby named Jagger Snow Ross.
Nicky Hilton was radiant in this elegant white lace gown when she was set to wed James Rothschild back in 2015. It's been 5 years since their big day but the couple is still going strong.
Their wedding was held at The Orangery in Kensington Palace Gardens in London, England. Nicky donned this Valentino Haute Couture gown pictured above, which cost the socialite $77,000. Their vows were exchanged on the palace grounds in front of family and friends, including Chelsea Clinton, Naomi Campbell, and Vera Wang.
We knew this Victoria's Secret model could rock a gown, but she swept us away in her laced long-sleeve Reem Acra sheath and trailing veil. Arlenis married basketball player Donnie McGrath in 2015 in her home country of the Dominican Republic, where they had 150 guests attend as they say their vows.
The Dominican model shined in this Reem Acra dress, which fit her like a glove. The gown consisted of a lace top with a simple and elegant finish. The bride looked amazing as she walked down the aisle with her veil blowing behind her.
Kaley Cuoco had already been married before in a pink gown, but that marriage wasn't meant to be and the couple split up soon after. The Big Bang Theory actress tied the knot in a Reem Acra gown cape for her Southern California Wedding to Karl Cook.
Her dress took 50 yards of pure silk chiffon and ten seamstresses to embroider by hand, to get this perfect finish and it fits perfectly. The lace detailing make this one of the most beautiful dresses!
When the actress, Jamie Chung, married Bryan Greenberg in 2015, she wore two wedding gowns to celebrate their union, the first one being a Jonathan Simkhair gown which she wore for her photoshoot.
Their wedding was a three-day event and began with a welcome dinner set in the woods where guests were encouraged to wear costumes as it was Halloween.
For the ceremony, Jamie Chand wore a Monique Lhuillier. It had everything. A deep cleavage, a slit along her long legs, and all adorned with lace. She wore a traditional full-length tulle veil with completed her enchanting look.
The couple exchanged their vows in front of their family and friends at El Capitan Canyon in Santa Barbara, California.
She might not have married into the royal family, but Pippa Middleton's wedding was almost as big as her sister Kate's. On the day that she tied the knot with James Matthews, Pippa appeared at St Mark's Church in Englefield, Berkshire, England, sporting a beautiful dress with a high neck and an ivory gown.
The exquisite lace only added to the striking silhouette of the gown, making Pippa stand out from the crowd even more on her special day.
Snooki – also known as Nicole Polizzi – married her husband in front of 500 guests. She said about her special day, "I was so nervous, I had the worst jitters, and I just had to have a little drink. I was like, 'Where's my alcohol? I need my nerves to calm down."
She added, 'But it was actually the best day of my life so far. I feel like renewing my vows next year just so I can have another wedding and relive that experience because it was so incredible."
The general public was absolutely thrilled when they saw Priyanka Chopra escorted down the aisle and tie the knot with Nick Jonas. They ended up merging the Christian-Indian backgrounds for their wedding in India, and the Quantico actress charmed us all with some incredible dresses during their weeklong festivities.
This dress was worn at their Hindu ceremony, with Priyanka wearing a lehenga, and the full ankle-length ensemble worn was designed by Sabyasachi Mukherji and sewn together with the help of over 100 workers. Apparently, her dress took over 3,000 hours to make.
Seeing as both Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder had key roles in films/TV shows focused around vampires, it makes sense that they were always meant to be together. Nikki starred in the Twilight series while Somerhalder played Damon Salvatore in The Vampire Diaries.
Nikki wore a boho-inspired, Claire Pettibone gown with an open back. Her dress had many stunning pieces, including 3/4 length sleeves, a beautiful neckline, and a long train.
Back in 2011, Kate Moss tied the knot with Jamie Hince back, many praised her for harkening back to 1920s-inspired glamour. It was John Galliano, one of Dior's most notable designers who created the bias-cut gown.
According to him, he drew inspiration from Zelda Fitzgerald. With gold embroidery and illusion sleeves, we love what he has created! As a finishing touch, Kate honored the Swinging 20s with a charming Juliet cap veil.
It was only a few years ago that Celine Dion endured the tremendous pain of losing her beloved husband, Rene Angelil. They had been together for most of Celine's life. So it shouldn't come as a surprise that they held a massive wedding outside Montreal's Notre Dame Basilica back in 1994.
Celine also wore a beautiful headpiece that contained 2,000 Austrian crystals, along with a striking 20-foot train, designed by Mirella and Steve Gentile.
This may be one of the oldest dresses on our list, as it was over half a century ago since Priscilla married Elvis Presley. It's only befitting that the King of Rock 'n Roll took his partner all the way to Las Vegas and got married on May 1, 1967.
They held their ceremony at the Aladdin Hotel, which is where they recited their vows. As it turns out, Priscilla designed her own dress! Now isn't that impressive?! Her dress was made with silk chiffon and adorned in seed pearls.
Portia de Rossi
Ellen DeGeneres married another woman she fell in love with that we all know, Portia de Rossi. They got married over a decade ago, and the talk show host wore a suit while Portia would wear a dress. Portia wore an open-back gown paired with a pink skirt. Their wedding was held in an intimate ceremony at their Beverly Hills home.
Zac Posen was the mastermind behind Portia's dress's design, which complements Portia's pink diamond engagement ring and was a massive hit with fans online.
Here's another royal wedding that's been on our radar since Princess Eugenie married Jack Brooksbank. Princess Eugenie donned a custom A-line dress absolutely fit for a princess.
The royal appointed the design duo Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos to bring the idea she had for her dress to life, with a purposely plunging V-back to highlight a scoliosis surgery scar she's had since age 12.
While Mariah Carey has had a few relationships since tying the knot with Tommy Mottola back in 1993, we still wanted to take a look back at the notable dress she wore. Her Vera Wang dress was inspired by Princess Diana's classic wedding gown, giving Mariah a billowing skirt, off-the-shoulder puff sleeves, and a 27-foot-long train.
If that wasn't enough, the singer also wore a 10-foot veil and bedazzled tiara to complete her over-the-top look.
The bride, who's known for her incredible sense of style, kept her edge with a custom white and pink wedding gown by Dior during her wedding to Gavin Rossdale. The couple has since divorced, but her ex-husband says: "We had 20 years together and that in itself is pretty incredible."
Her gown was designed by John Galliano of Christian Dior and was made of silk faille with a white bodice that faded into a vibrant, hot-pink skirt and train. An embroidered lace veil finished her look, giving it a soft, romantic touch.
Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt surprised their fans when they eloped to Mexico in 2008. As we would expect these two fame-hungry pop culture personalities had a second, televised wedding (which was shown on The Hills) in Pasadena just a few months later. Heidi wore an elaborate A-line dress embellished with jewels and feathery lace.
Heidi's former best friend and co-star, Lauren Conrad was also in attendance at the wedding amid speculation that she wouldn't come since she and Spencer didn't get along well.
For Solange's big day she wore not one, but two caped wedding ensembles-including a jumpsuit! The singer joined in marriage with music video director Alan Ferguson in New Orleans in 2014. Arriving at the ceremony by bicycle, she wore an ivory column-style gown with a cape that swept the floor.
She was adorned with gold Jill for Lady Grey bracelets and bright red lipstick. After the ceremony, Solange switched to a Stephane Rolland one-piece, which also boasted a cape, plus a daring neckline.
Sometimes, simple is best, Keira Knightley and James Righton decided to have a low-key ceremony with just 11 guests in the South of France. Later on, more guests joined the wedding party at Keira's mum's home for the reception. The actress wore her hair undone and accessorized with a dainty flower crown.
Her Chanel dress is a ballerina-style mini gown that she had worn previously on the red carpet.
When it comes to classic, it's difficult to beat the wedding dress Grace Kelly donned when she married Monaco's Prince back in 1956. Helen Rose designed the high-necked, long-sleeve gown. The bodice is made of delicate Brussels lace, adorned with thousands of hand-sewn pearls, while the silk taffeta skirt boasted a lengthy, elegant train.
A round veil completed what is regarded as one of the best celebrity wedding gowns ever, inspiring countless brides, including Kate Middleton.
Karlie Kloss and Josh Kushner were married in upstate New York in a stunningly intimate ceremony in the presence of 80 guests. Kloss's bridal gown was a custom creation by Maria Grazia Chiuri for Christian Dior, it featured delicate lace illusion sleeves, rouleaux buttons down the back of the dress, and a waisted belt with an elegant bow.
Karlie shared her photos on her Instagram account, titled "Wild West Weekend" and a wild weekend it was.
Eight months after the traditional wedding ceremony Karlie held a “cowboy wedding weekend" where she could show off another of her requisite dresses. For the Wyoming-based party, Kloss definitely rode into character.
her dress was casual and looked like an upgrade of a traditional cowgirl midwest gown. An of the shoulder of layers of pure white fabric decorated with lace and embroidery patterns. The dress was stunning and so was she.
Hailey Bieber had a total of three wedding dresses that she wore during her festivities. The model married mega pop star Justin Bieber in a small ceremony on September 30th, 2019 (they were officially married a year earlier but had the official ceremony in 2019). Hailey’s long-sleeved off-the-shoulder dress was designed by Virgil Abloh and was her ceremony dress.
She also wore two different dresses for her reception. One was a long, silky gown by Vera Wang while the other was also a long, silky gown (with a high neck and a very high side slit) by Ralph and Russo.
Actress Brittney snow wore three wedding dresses for her rehearsal dinner, marriage ceremony, and reception. Her rehearsal dinner dress was by Boom Blush and featured a plunging neckline underneath a sheer material.
The long sleeves of the gown were made of the same sheer material which had star appliques sewn in. Of course, there was a lot more where that came from.
Brittany's Second Wedding Dress
Her second gown was for her ceremony which was designed by Jonathan Simkhai. The elegant dress featured lace all over and an open-back design. The look was complemented perfectly by Brittany’s simple, pulled-back hair and flower accent.
Her hubby also changed things up a little bit and got himself into one swanky suit. The All-Stars just had to stay, that's quite a walk that may not be so good for dress shoes.
Brittany's Third Wedding Dress
Her last, and perhaps most striking dress, was a floral-lace, corset dress by designer Galia Lahav. It takes a lot of style coordination to pull off three different dresses on your wedding day, but Brittany snow made it look effortless.
It's hard to pick our favorite one because she is just rocking it in every single dress. This clearly took a lot of careful choosing. Three sounds like a lot, but, it's a special day and hopefully the only one she will ever have.
Model Toni Garn married actor Alex Pettyfer in late 2020 in Hamburg, Germany. Her choice of a champagne-colored dress (designed by Rat and Boa) was unique and glamorous.
The couple got engaged on Christmas Eve of 2019 after dating for 10 months and held a small ceremony with family and friends. Hey, good things can happen fast!
Eleonore von Habsburg
The Archduchess of Austria and Royal Princess of Hungary, Bohemia, and Croatia, Eleonore von Habsburg, wed racing driver Jerome d’Ambrosio in July of 2020. The glamorous couple was accompanied by friends and family for their ceremony in Monaco.
The short, off-the-shoulder dress was designed by Carolina Herrera and was topped off with a netted fascinator. The simple design of the dress lent itself well to the natural elegance of Eleonore’s style.
For her marriage to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, Princess Beatrice chose a very special dress. Her vintage dress was originally the late Queen’s that she wore in 1962 for the premiere of Lawrence of Arabia.
It was designed by Norman Hartnell but altered for the young bride for her summer wedding. She was also loaned a tiara that belonged to the late queen and her engagement ring was designed especially by Edoardo himself. It’s the personal details that make a wedding day that much more special.
Demi Leigh Nel-Peters
South African model, Demi Leigh Nel-Peters married former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow in early 2020 in Cape Town, South Africa. Demi’s dress was by David’s Bridal which featured an elegant, off-the-shoulder neckline and was accessorized with a veil and a bouquet of white flowers.
The former Miss Universe was all smiles along with her new husband at their ceremony at the stunning La Paris Estate.
Demi Leigh Nel-Peters
Demi Leigh Nel-Peters looks absolutely stunning in anything she puts on and when it comes to wedding dresses there is nothing like her. One of her dressing on her big day, the one she wore for her photoshoots was defiantly one of a kind. Two straps turned into a top with a patterned lace design.
The top was then formed into a full-length feathered skirt resembling the African culture. The couple decorated their faces with traditional makeup, honoring their roots and heritage.
Amal was already known for her outstanding fashion sense before she married one of Hollywood’s most eligible bachelors in 2014. Besides the traditional ceremony and party, the two also held a civil marriage ceremony in Venice Italy.
Amal wore an exquisite white suit with a matching wide-brimmed hat. Everything about her wedding look was feminine, classic, and high fashion.
In a marriage made in fashion design heaven, designer Lauren Bush married David Lauren, the son of designer Ralph Lauren. The dress design expectations were of course very high and the results were not disappointing.
Lauren’s dress was designed by none other than Ralph Lauren and featured both old-world extravagance and modern elegance. The material was hand-embroidered with Swarovski crystals, beads, and pearls. And, not surprisingly, David wore a Ralph Lauren suit, certainly making this one of the most fashion-forward weddings!
Top model Cindy Crawford married fellow model Rande Gerber in a trendy (at the time) beach wedding on May 29th, 1998. At their ceremony in the Bahamas, the laid-back wedding vibe was set with Rande in a white shirt and black pants and Cindy in a lace, slip dress.
Cindy chose a dress by John Galliano and expressed that she wanted a look that was naturally beautiful (no challenge at all for her). After the ceremony, the two slipped into their swimming suits and went for a swim.
Actress Sophie Turner and singer Joe Jonas originally married in Las Vegas in early May of 2019 but then held a smaller ceremony in the south of France that summer.
There were a number of fellow celebrities at the Chateau du Martinet for the ceremony and Sophie no doubt stunned the guests in her Louis Vuitton dress covered with flower embroidered and crystals. The regal gown was custom-made for her and featured silk, satin, and tulle.
Heidi Klum married guitarist Tom Kaulitz in an off-the-shoulder, empire-waisted gown aboard a flower-covered yacht in Capri, Italy. The dress was designed by Valentino and had flowing sleeves and a full skirt, giving the look an elevated, bohemian vibe.
Though the dress was an untraditional choice for a wedding in some ways, Heidi did stick with a veil for a touch of tradition.
Zoe Kravitz and actor Karl Glusman had a unique wedding ceremony on June 29th, 2019. The couple was married at her father’s (Lenny Kravitz) home in Paris, specifically on the staircase.
After the traditional wedding ceremony, the couple held a dinner party with family and friends. Zoe wore netted dress adorned with pearls, which didn't leave much room for imagination. Sadly, these two didn't last too long and recently called it quits. At least that wedding was memorable.
Cheryl Burke ("Dancing with the Stars") wore a Romona Koveza gown for her marriage to actor Matthew Lawrence. The trumpet-style dress had a 6-foot long train and Swarovski crystal buttons down the back.
The silk-crepe gown was incredibly glamorous and elegant and looked like it had been poured onto Cheryl. The couple’s ceremony was held at the Fairmont Grand del Mar in San Diego, California in May of 2019.
Charlene of Monaco
You would expect that the daughter-in-law of Grace Kelly might have adopted her mother-in-law's eye for glamour and that’s just what Charlene of Monaco proved on her wedding day.
Charlene married Grace Kelly's son Prince Albert II. The religious ceremony took place at the Prince's Palace, in Monaco, and Charlene classically fitted in. She looked like a real princess. Her dress was straight fitted, ivory white, and adorned with pearls and lace.
For her marriage to an art dealer, Caspar Jopling, singer Ellie Goulding wore a bespoke, silk-crepe dress by Chloe. With its high, lace ruffles at the neck, the dress had a vintage feel that perfectly suited her cathedral ceremony.
A special feature of the dress was the hand-embroidered White Rose of York symbols. Ellie was very involved in the design process of her dress and helped to create the victorian-inspired look.
Jessica Brown Findlay
Actors Jessica Brown Findlay and Ziggy Heath married on September 12th of 2020. Jessica wore a floor-length, floral-lace gown that also featured a high-neck, quarter-length sleeves, and lots of tulles! It was a lovely, fresh look for her small chapel ceremony in London.
The couple looked over the moon to have finally walked down the aisle and were ready for life’s next adventures together.
"Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Cynthia Bailey wore a jeweled gown designed by Nneka C. Alexander for her second time at the altar. The design was absolutely captivating with jewels outlining the bodice of the rose gold dress.
Cynthia was very intentional in choosing a gold wedding dress to both represent and remind her of the blessings in her life. Her next big blessing was of course her marriage to sports broadcaster Mike Hill.
If not for one day only, Serena Willimas left her tennis uniform aside and slipped into a beautiful wedding dress. Serena changes no less than three different outfits on her special day making her groom a very lucky man.
She opened the day in an Alexander McQueen gown (suited for a queen). It was a classic. Layers and layers of fabric turned the lady into a true cinderella. It was pure white, off the shoulders and a laced long cape completed the look.
Serena's feathered miniskirt by Versace was the perfect grand finale for her fashion exhibition of the day. It was fresh, it was young and it was exactly what she needed.
This look is very unexpected especially when it comes to celebs, and we love seeing those who dare it, and those who wear it. Such an inspiration.
Audrey Hepburn is famously known for the wedding dress she wore in the movie 'Funny Face'. The Givenchy iconic gown is an iconic symbol of the actress even today, years after her passing. The wedding dress Audrey chose for her own personal big day, doesn't fall far from the 'Funny Face' classic.
In 1954 Audrey Hepburn married Mel Ferrer and the Pierre Balmain creation was a win. An outstanding high neck and overwhelming puffy sleaves had so much chick and showed yet again how unique this woman was.
In 2014 actress Gabrielle Union chose a wedding dress that would never go out of date. that in years to come, her photo could not be listed in the "celebs who wished they would have chosen a different wedding dress" list.
Designer Dennis Basso created a heart-shaped strapless dress, making Gabrielle look as if she just stepped out of a fairytale.
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, instead of going 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 looks absolutely amazing in anything, so you can imagine how stunning she was when she appeared in her wedding gown. She married Justin Verlander, a professional basketball player, in Tuscany, Italy in 2017, and the images we were left with just captured our hearts.
A long-sleeve gown adorned with lace and embroidered floral details alongside the crew-style neck. So elegant, so charming, so beautiful.
if you think of celebrity wedding dresses, you think of Kandi Burruss's gown. This is as celeb as one can get. 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.
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 giving her touch to many first-class ladies. 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.
Chelsea Clinton chose a strapless dress to walk down the aisle with on July 31st, 2010. Layers of ruffled silk organza created the magnificent gown which was all decorated, in style, we must add, giving the exact amount of glam to the dress.
A silver, diamond-decorated waistbelt adorned the gown. Elegant small silver earrings and a matching tennis bracelet were added, forming a first lady (or first daughter) look, that certainly deserves to be on our list.
Elizabeth celebrated her 18th birthday by marrying Conrad "Nicky" Hilton, in 1950. She will end up walking down the aisle, seven more times, with six different men, as she married Richard Burton twice. Elizabeth Taylor's first wedding dress was designed by Helen Rose, the same designer who created Grace Kelly's iconic gown.
Long sleeves, a full skirt, and an off-the-shoulder neckline are some of the features of this dress, that became a timeless classic. Elizabeth looks absolutely stunning, as she did throughout her entire life.
Walland, Tennessee is where Kelly Clarkson and Brandon Blackstock decided to tie the knot in October 2013. Clarkson wanted a modest and quiet wedding so they eloped. Now, having a modest wedding doesn't necessarily mean having a modest dress.
Kelly Clarkson wore an exquisite gown — long-sleeved and laced from top to bottom. It draped down, complementing her form, perfectly accompanying the delicate silver headpiece.
Not all marriages last forever, and so did (or didn't) Evelyn Lozada's marriage to Chad Johnson. The bride had no less than three outfits for the event, each more stunning than the other. Her walking down the aisle gown was stunning, no less than the bride herself.
Evelyn Lozada shone in her flared skirt and her glowing headpiece. The veil, which was even longer than floor-length, turned her into a true Cinderella, and the strapless design made her look tall, prestigious, and astonishing.
We haven't heard of any other bride, celebrity or not, that wore a fur coat and matching hat on their wedding day. Lucille Ball is the first, and probably the last. Now, the couple got married twice so she had a chance to wear a traditional dress too.
Alongside her white tea-length dress, Lucille Ball had a bowtie wrapped around her shoulders, her hands were adorned with white gloves and a floral headpiece completed the look. Thank god she was wise enough to get married twice. Don't think her fur coat wedding dress would have been sufficient for this list.
Not everything was bad fashionwise in the 1990s. In 1992, Michelle Obama and former president Barak Obama married in Chicago. She wore a traditional wedding dress with puffed shoulders, classic white almost flat shoes (don't blame her), and a slightly over-volumed veil (the 1990s remember). Michell Obama wore delicate pearl earrings that gave her an elegant look.
If only she would have known that a few years later she will be named the First Lady of the free world. Luckily the photos of her special day are not too embarrassing, and she shows that even before becoming lady number one, she had style, grace, and class.
The winner of American Idol, Fantasia, married her sweetheart, Kendall Taylor, in 2015. Just like her great voice, her two wedding dresses were grand and magnificent too. Fantasia started her special day with a traditional white gown, decorated with long floral lacy sleeves.
This dress was classic, pure white, and turned Fantasia into a tall, elegant, beautiful bride. She held a bright red bouquet, unlike most brides who prefer to go with the traditional white or ivory.
Fantasia wore a unique and special gown for the second part of her wedding. She changed into a black strapless dress, adorned with black feathers and silver embellishments.
The entire wedding theme was anything will go as long as it's black, white, and red so the black dress was surely part of the play. Themes do tend to work and the wedding was exceptional.
The one and only Peter Dundas from the design house of Roberto Cavalli was chosen to stamp his mark on Ciara's wedding dress. Dundas wasn't shy when designing the dress and delivered a gown made in heaven. Embroidery featuring elements from nature adorned the dress, while silky layers of tulle and lace draped down her body.
Ciara's overlook was classic yet dramatic, traditional, and daring at the same time. Something that only great designers from great houses can deliver.
Born Emmanuelle Grey, Emmy Rossum has worn several wedding dresses throughout her acting career. Many of those dresses were designed by Carolina Herrera so it was only natural that on the star's real big day, Carolina Herrera would be the one to design the dress Rossum would walk down the aisle in.
The wedding took place in New York and her dreamy dress was stunning. An off-the-shoulder ivory dress, with a floor-length skirt and a floral lacy belt. Stunning.
Chrissy Teigen chose Lake Como, Italy, as the perfect place for her wedding (don't blame her, can't get more magical than an Italian scenery wedding). Now, when concerning Victoria's Secret models, there is no surprise in the outcome.
For the wedding ceremony, Teigen wore a gown made for a fairytale princess. The layers of tulle wrapped around her created an explosion of beauty and made all of the wedding guests wait excitedly for the next two dresses that were about to come.
For Julianne Hough, only Marchesa will do. Hough went for a timeless, never slagged on social media, always up to date, strapless pure white gown. Marchesa, known for being the name behind many celeb wedding dresses such as Scarlett Johansson and Jennifer Lopez, only enhanced Julianne's beauty, with a classic and elegant look.
For the second part of the big day, Julianne let her hair loose and came out in a daring (and stunning) outfit. A crystal-beaded bodysuit that left the guests (and ourselves) gobsmacked by how much glam and chick one woman can actually have.
Queen Elizabeth II
Just minutes after the end of the second world war, the late Queen Elizabeth II married a true king, Prince Philip. Over 10,000 pearls decorated the dress which was made from ivory satin and embroider with tulle.
An interesting fact: as Queen Elizabeth had to pay for the dress out of her own money (this was not long after WWII) she used ration coupons she collected to pay for the dress. Can't get any nobler than that.
Disney star Idina Menzel married her prince charming in 2016. The wedding took place at their home as both the bride and groom wanted a modest and quiet event. And just like any other thing about this star, her dress too was a knockout.
Off the shoulder and with a floral lace pattern that adorned the entire dress, transforming the star into a real queen. So, a private wedding at home, a gorgeous dress, and one prince charming. This wedding was for sure, anything but frozen.
A conservative dress for a conservative lady. Barbara Bush, the wife of former president George H.W. Bush, tied the knot with her husband in New York in 1945. And like many things in her family, her dress too was modest, traditional, classic, and elegant.
At 18 years old, the would-be-first lady had impeccable taste. Also, having your new husband wear his pilot's uniform by your side is a fantastic accessory.
Let's talk about unique wedding dresses. Carolina Herrera has shown off, yet again, her talent and magic when it comes to creating the most interesting part of the event. The dress. If you only get a glimpse of the top part of Olivia's wedding gown you would have thought that she went boring for the day, but passing the waistline, the magic is revealed.
She wore a cream-colored plain sweater with a pair of shorts and a white tulle skirt on top. A floral design adorned the tulle and a pair of blue hills that couldn't be missed. A true Carry Bradshaw fiesta.
In 2018 Gwyneth Paltrow married Brad Falchuk in the privacy of their Hampton home. Pierpaolo Piccioli, a Valentino ambassador, was the mind behind the masterpiece Gwyneth wore. The dress was lace from top to bottom with an almost see-through texture to the fabric. It has capped sleeves which gave the gown a real Cinderella touch, and a full-length veil for walking down the aisle.
Gwyneth Paltrow is living proof that even when sticking to simple elements and simple designs, it's the beauty that's within, that makes the dress what it is.
In September 2020, Lily Allen married actor David Habour. They had a small but lovely ceremony. After the ceremony, the happy new family (including Lily's daughters from way before the wedding), went to have their wedding feast in an In-N-Out burger joint. Allen's dress was not the traditional wedding gown.
It was indeed white, but only mini in length, which is not a sight you see every day on wedding dresses. The dress was a Christian Dior which was accompanied by a pair of Miu Miu shoes.
Diana, Princess of Wales
We can't go through celeb wedding gowns without mentioning a true princess. In 1981, the entire world was either standing outside Buckingham palace or glued to the television screens, watching Princess Diana, marrying Prince Charles (now king), and wearing an astonishing dress that was never seen before.
David and Elizabeth Emanuel were responsible for turning Diana into the beautiful bride she was, and they did it with a dress worth more than $200,000. 10,000 pearls and embroidered flowers decorated the ivory silky dress, and the grand finale was the train. 25 feet long, making it the longest one in royal wedding history.
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. Slama 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.
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.
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!
In 1960, Princess Margaret's wedding gown was stylish, innovative, and absolutely stunning. Margret was always considered to be the more daring sister of the royal family, and it was expressed in the dress she chose too. It was a sleeveless white gown with layers of fabric only suited for a real princess.
She added a shoulder laces top for the ceremony for a more modest look which adorned her dress and only added to it.
When you say Brigitte Bardot you say fiar, glamour, and a beautiful wedding dress. Brigitte Bardot married Roger Vadim in 1953 and she wore a unique gown for her big special day.
It resembled more of an Edwardian-designed dress with a high collar, muff, and veil designed by Madame Ogive. The dress was hand-sewn.
Princess Anne has never been known as a classic Princess, especially when it comes to the clothes she wears. If she was obliged into wearing a dress it had to be her way or no way.
For her special day that was held almost 50 years ago, she wore an elegant gown designed by Maureen Baker, the chief designer for the ready-to-wear label. It had beautiful deep leaves that gave the relatively plain dress her own personal touch. It was stunning.
Zara Philps, daughter of Princess Anne, wore a silk and satin ivory gown. It had an empire waist and a bell-shaped skirt that flattered her body. Unlike most gowns, Zara's dress had pockets sewed in so for sure it was unique.
She had a traditional tulle veil that covered her tiara, also traditionally worn by royal brides. It was designed by "The White Room" which works very closely with the royal family.
Jackie (Bouvier) Kennedy
Jackie Bouvier's wedding gown is one to remember. Ann Lowe, the African-American fashion designer, created this masterpiece. It was ivory silk, off the shoulders, and with a classic round skirt.
She wore her grandmother's lace veil which was attached to a tiara. The dress was made in under eight days which is a phenomenon in its own right.
Jackie was a fashion influencer. If she wore something it was the next bestseller. Her second wedding dress was a knee-length ivory dress with a turtle neck and full-length sleeves, a design that we have seen come back years later.
Valentino and no other designed the dress which is considered one of his best designs even today. For sure, Jackie's choice of dress was no less than an icon.
Linda Eastman McCartney
We can't tell you much about the dress Linda Eastman wore but we can tell you a lot about the yellow coat that covered it. We know she had a white fawn dress but unfortunately, no images documented it.
Linda was obviously not the kind of bride to brag about her big day's dress as she was more concerned about the music that would be played.
It was expected from someone like Emily Ratajkowski to take advantage of her wedding day and adorn herself with the most glamorous gown she could find but no. She didn't wear a dress, and she didn't even wear white. Ratajkowski wore a mustard-colored suit purchased in... Zara.
She explained this by saying the white symbolizes pureness and she was anything but pure. She was a woman with experience and history behind her. Fair enough.
If you're going to marry a prince, you have got to have a real princess gown. Sara Ferguson, who was a princess at one point in her life, took it all the way. Heavey beading draped down the long ivory dress which included symbols of hearts, anchors, and titles.
Her veil was indeed influenced by Lady Diana's veil who was married just four years before. It had both of the couple's initials sewn into it in silver beads.
Joanne Woodward looked like the perfect bride when she married Paul Newman on January 29, 1958, in a two-piece suit. Just two months after their wedding, Woodward won her first Academy Award!
Both at the top of their game as movie stars, Woodward and Newman became a celebrity power couple and were featured in countless magazines and articles for the next fifty years.
On September 29, 1927, the Hollywood mega-producer Irving Thalberg married a young actress. Norma Shearer, who by then was a star. Norma looked ravishing in her 20s-style dress with a lacey headpiece and large bouquet of flowers.
Norma Shearer had two children with Thalberg – Irving Thalberg, Jr., and Katherine. Before they were married, Shearer converted to Judaism so she could marry Thalberg.
Tess Daly, the English model, and television presenter who co-presented the BBC One celebrity dancing show Strictly Come Dancing, married Vernon Kay on the 12th of September in 2003. The ceremony was held at St Mary’s Church in Horwich, Vernon’s hometown.
Tess chose to wear an embellished A-line strapless dress for the occasion while the groom was decked out in a white suit which was complemented by a pink shirt and statement tie. Tess' bridal look was complete with a long veil and glittering tiara.
The heiress, Paris Hilton married her better half on November 11, 2021, at the Bel Air estate of her grandfather, Barron Hilton, of the famous hotel family. The wedding lasted three days, during which Paris Hilton presented seven wedding dresses, custom-made and ultra precious.
This is the dress she wore for the ceremony, which was designed by Oscar de la Renta and features a sheer high neck top and a wide tulle skirt, both adorned with floral lace. Paris Hilton topped it all off with an elegant tulle veil.
On the 18th of November in 2006, Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise became husband and wife inside the 15th-century Odescalchi Castle in Bracciano, Italy. The celebration reportedly cost them upwards of $3 million.
Holmes sported a dress designed by wedding attendee Giorgio Armani. But as with so many Hollywood relationships, the marriage only lasted five and a half years before the couple got divorced.
The Norwegian model, Frida Aasen tied the knot with the Italian businessman, Tommy Chiabra on July 14th, 2022 at the Divo Martino church in Portofino, Italy.
Frida looked simple yet elegant as she was wearing a beautiful, off-the-shoulder dress from Elie Saab‘s bridal collection from Fall 2022, which she paired with a white bouquet of flowers.
Maria Shriver married Arnold Schwarzenegger on April 26, 1986, in Hyannis, Massachusetts, at St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church. Maria wore a modest lace gown with puffy sleeves and a full veil, as was the style in the 80s.
On May 9, 2011, Schwarzenegger and Shriver announced their separation after 25 years of marriage, and Shriver moved out of the couple's Brentwood mansion.
For Vanessa Williams's second wedding, she opted for a “very silky and streamlined” bodice that combined with a full tulle skirt. The former "Ugly Betty" star kept her hair tied back with a traditional veil. She finished the look with shimmering eye make-up and diamond earrings.
The former beauty queen was 38 years old when she married NBA star, Rick Fox, in 1999 but after six years, the couple split in 2005.
Kim Basinger married Alec Baldwin on August 19, 1993, in East Hampton, New York. The wedding took place on the beach with Kim wearing a simple white dress and her hair half-up and she carried a stunning bouquet of pale flowers with green accents.
The Hollywood power couple reportedly became involved on the set of the romantic comedy "The Marrying Man", in which they played lovers. Back then they were Hollywood's most glamorous couple but eventually became bitter enemies after their divorce in 2002.
Jennifer Lopez looked gorgeous in a Valentino Couture gown with her hair pulled back as she married dancer/choreographer Cris Judd. Her gown featured floral lace and sheer embellished sleeves.
The ethereal design looks equal parts sophisticated and romantic, and her dress perfectly matched her rose bouquet, as well as the whimsical pink and yellow petals that lined her ceremony aisle.
Nicole Kidman married Keith Urban in an idyllic ceremony back in 2006, and her Balenciaga dress was simply stunning. Her dress looked like something out of England's Regency era, thanks to its statement puffy sleeve and ruffles. Kidman also wore her hair in ringlets under a bridal veil.
Of course, Kidman and Urban held a beautiful wedding to match the beautiful dress. The two tied the knot in Manly, a suburb of Sydney, in the Kidman’s native Australia.
Lady Kitty Spencer
The model and niece of the late Princess Diana married retail tycoon and businessman Michael Lewis in a July 2021 wedding. Luxury was an understatement to describe the lavish affair, which took place in the Italian countryside near Rome.
The bride wore a Dolce & Gabbana gown, which was a Victorian Era-inspired lace column gown featuring puffed shoulder sleeves and an elegant high neckline.
Gwen Stefani wore a custom lily-white silk georgette gown with a sweetheart plunging neckline, cut-away back, fitted bodice, and tumbled tulle skirt and long veil.
She decided to keep her hair simple for her big day, pulling her long blonde locks back under her white chapel-length veil, which featured the hand-embroidered names of Stefani, Shelton, and Stefani's sons.
Emma looked stunning in a boho Miu Miu wedding mini dress with long, mesh sleeves and a statement cape, which she teamed with a floral headband and a white floral lace garter that she wore around her thigh.
On July 13, 2021, Emma Bunton and Jade Jones tied the knot after getting engaged in 2006 and generally spending more than two decades together. The couple shares two children together and has been engaged since 2006.
The beautiful bride dressed in a white lace wedding dress with three-quarter sleeves, a fitted waist, and a flowing skirt. The model paired the dress with a veil that fell to her hips and sparkling hair accessories. Lara finished off her bridal look with strappy heels and a bouquet of wildflowers.
Her Instagram post was captioned "Got to marry my love this weekend," which was quickly met by an outpouring of love from her friends and fans.
Julie Andrews was simply a vision when she married set designer Tony Walton in a traditional ceremony at St Mary Oatlands Church in Surrey on May 10, 1959. The couple met when Julie was still very young and an up-and-coming actress and singer.
They would end up working together on "Mary Poppins," the 1964 Walt Disney movie that shot Andrews into the limelight and turned her into an overnight success.
Sophia Bush wore a stunning botanical-inspired wedding dress by Monique Lhuillier. The actress selected a whimsical off-the-shoulder ball gown with balloon sleeves and a pink floral print for her Tulsa, Oklahoma wedding to entrepreneur Grant Hughes in July 2022.
In keeping with the floral theme, Sophia chose diamond floral earrings, with a bouquet of perfectly paired shades of pale and peachy pink.
Singer Frank Sinatra divorced his first wife, Nancy Barbato, for actress Ava Gardner, and the two married soon after the proceedings were finalized in 1951. Gardner wore a beige and white dress with chiffon sleeves and a classic string of pearls.
Even after Sinatra and Gardner divorced in 1957, which Gardner filed for, the actress referred to her third husband as the love of her life.
The Princess of Pop certainly deserves an unforgettable celebrity wedding dress. Donatella Versace designed Britney Spears' wedding look for her intimate fairytale-themed nuptials to dancer Sam Asghari, which took place at their home in Los Angeles.
The bride walked down the aisle in a custom off-the-shoulder cap sleeve dress with a deep skirt slit, which she accessorized with a white veil and matching choker necklace.
After working together in "Meet Me in St. Louis," Judy Garland married film director Vincente Minnelli in 1945. The marriage was Garland's second and the couple had one child together, their daughter Liza Minnelli.
Judy requested a simple dress for their wedding, which took place in the garden of Judy's mother's home. The dress was light gray silk, decorated with a belt of pearls and crystal beads.
Kourtney Kardashian Barker
Just a few days after marrying Travis Barker at a Santa Barbara courthouse, Kourtney said “I do” once more in a lavish ceremony in Italy — this time wearing traditional bridal attire. Well, maybe not that traditional. The bride wore a short white silk lace and satin corset dress and dramatic veil by Dolce & Gabbana.
Kourtney's bridal dress was apparently “inspired by archival Italian lingerie,” while her cathedral-length tulle veil was hand-embroidered with the words “family loyalty respect,” inspired by Barker’s head tattoo.
Angela Lansbury, then 23 years old, married Peter Shaw on August 12, 1949, and their marriage would last over 50 years. She wore a floral print dress which she paired with a floral headpiece that matched her bouquet.
Angela Lansbury would later say that Peter Shaw meant the world to her, adding that they were partners in everything. But, above all, the “Murder, She Wrote” star admitted they were devoted to each other.
On May 26, 2021, Ariana Grande surprised fans when she posted several photos from her private wedding to Dalton Gomez on Instagram. Vera Wang designed Ariana's custom gown accented with a sculpted neckline, an exposed bra strap closure, and a plunging back.
Less than 20 close friends and family gathered to watch the couple say "I do" at the private wedding. Ariana opted for a polished half-up hairdo with soft curls and a natural makeup look.
When marrying the son of Posh Spice, you have to make a statement, which is probably why Nicola Pelts chose to go with Valentino. This minimal and chic dress is what she wore to wed Brooklyn Beckham, son of David and Victoria.
The clean column dress with a square neckline, thick straps, and an attached train—was accessorized with lace gloves, a lavish veil, and chunky Versace platform heels.
American actress and model Mia Farrow married Frank Sinatra on July 19th, 1966. He was 49 at the time, and she was just 21. The unlikely couple had met two years previously on the set of Sinatra’s film "Von Ryan’s Express".
Mia's dress was clean, modern, and fun, the epitome of 60s mod, and stood in total contrast to the 1950s ballgown wedding dresses.
This celebrity wedding dress was inspired by Grace Kelly's. Lily Collins's bridal look was certainly one to remember. The actress donned a Victorian Era-inspired long-sleeve lace gown by Ralph Lauren.
The unique look also included a matching lace cape with a hood, which blended wonderfully with the magical location at a resort in Colorado.
Always sporting a very distinct look, Yoko was never one for conventions or rules. Her chosen wedding outfit for the special day was iconic in its sidestep from tradition.
Yoko went for a casual, laid-back look to reflect their modest wedding ceremony. She opted for a white mini-dress with elbow-length sleeves and a ruffled skirt. She also wore oversized, dark sunglasses and a large, floppy felt sunhat. Finally, on her feet, she wore knee-length socks and white tennis shoes!
Actress Mandy Moore embodied the "blushing bride" aesthetic with her pale pink wedding gown. Her dress was a custom-designed Rodarte dress that gave a very non-traditional look, complete with a tiered tulle skirt and a ruffled neckline.
Her dress perfectly matched her wildflower bouquet, as well as the whimsical pink and beige pampas grass clusters that lined her ceremony aisle.
Given her fabulous sideline style at husband Patrick Mahomes' NFL games, it was inevitable that Brittany Matthews' wedding look would be just as extraordinary. She tapped Versace to design a sexy cutout dress for her March 2022 wedding in Maui, Hawaii.
The unique look boasted angular cutouts with silver lining on the bodice, which led into a fitted skirt with an attached train. The couple's daughter, Sterling, matched mom in a sweet white dress with an oversized bow on the back.
As the designer of some of the most beautiful wedding dresses ever, Vera Wang also created Issa Rae's stunning ball gown. The "Insecure" actress wed Louis Diame in the South of France and donned an exceptionally stunning look for her romantic nuptials.
She wore a strapless ivory sweetheart neckline ball gown, covered with hand-placed Chantilly lace and accented with hand-sewn crystal beading. After the ceremony, she changed into a second Italian silk crepe A-line reception gown with a plunging V-neck.
Marla Maples married Donald Trump in a lavish ceremony at New York's Plaza Hotel on December 20, 1993, in front of a reported 1,000 guests. The bride wore a silk Carolina Herrera gown, just two months after giving birth to the couple’s daughter, Tiffany.
But, their union wouldn't last as Maples and Trump divorced six years later. Though the marriage ended, the two remain friends and cordial to one another.
Jenna Bush beamed in an organza gown with three-dimensional beadwork when she married Henry Hager on May 20, 2008, at the Bush's family estate in Crawford, Texas.
Jenna's gown was designed by Oscar de la Renta and featured a V-neck front and back and a modest train. Jenna did not wear a veil, opting instead to wear white flowers in her hair.
After meeting on the set of "Don't Bet on Love" in 1933, Ginger Rogers and Lew Ayres married a year later in November 1934. Ginger wore a stunning ensemble, consisting of a lacey gown and matching hat.
This was Ginger's second marriage, but not her last as the two actors divorced six years later in 1940.
Ingrid Bergman’s look is one of the best of the 1940s, exuding a style and class with a certain air of handsomeness that never compromised her femininity. It was immortalized on her wedding day to Petter Lindström in Stöde, Sweden, on 10 July 1937.
Ingrid donned a modest silk gown with tufted shoulders and long sleeves. Like most icons of style, her look was always fresh and modern.
Dominican actress Maria Montez wore a stunning hooded lace veil over her wedding dress for her second marriage to French actor Jean-Pierre Aumont in 1943.
The couple welcomed their first child, Tina Aumont, in 1946 and were married until Montez's sudden death in 1951.
The iconic actress, Bette Davis wore a tweed suit and a wide-brimmed hat to marry her third husband, William Grant Sherry, during their California ceremony in 1945.
Davis said she had been drawn to him because he claimed he had never heard of her and was, therefore, not intimidated by her.
Actors Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh said "I do" in an intimate ceremony in Greenwich, Connecticut in 1951. The bride looks so elegant in a simple white suit and beaded cap as she is pictured here exchanging vows and rings with the groom.
Their romance and subsequent marriage were a frequent topic in gossip columns and film tabloids. From 1951 to 1954 Leigh and Curtis appeared in numerous home movies directed by their friend Jerry Lewis.