Iconic brides and what they wore on their wedding day

Iconic brides and what they wore on their wedding day

Brides visualise the big day and walking down the aisle. One of the main elements for a bride on their wedding day is, ofcourse, the gown. Whether you’ve grown up gathering tips from celebs or looking for ideas now, here are some iconic brides and what they wore on their wedding day.

CΓ©line Dion

The Canadian singer married Rene Angelil in December, 1994. She wore a beautiful Mirella and Steve Gentile ball gown. The dress featured a 20 foot train and took over 1000 hours to make.

Priyanka Chopra

The Indian actress wed Nick Jonas in December, 2018. Her traditional white gown was a custom Ralph Lauren. It featured a 75 foot long tulle veil and took over 1800 hours to make.


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And forever starts now… ❀️ @nickjonas

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Chiara Ferragni

The Italian blogger married singer Fedez in September, 2018. Chiara wore two stunning haute couture Dior dresses. Her outfits consisted of 400 metres of material and took a total of 1600 hours to make.


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Better than my dreams ✨ Love our custom made wedding bands designed by @pomellato 😍 #SuppliedByPomellato

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Meghan Markle

The royal wedding took place in May, 2018. The Duchess of Sussex wore a silk Givenchy gown, complete with a 16 foot long veil and one of Queen Mary’s diamond tiaras.

Amal Clooney

The Lebanese-British barrister married George Clooney in September, 2014. Amal wore a powerhouse Stella McCartney suit.

Solange Knowles

Keeping with the pantsuits, Solange married director Alan Ferguson in November, 2014. They arrived at their ceremony by bicycle with Solange rocking a StΓ©phane Rolland jumpsuit.


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Oldie but Goodie It was in the twentieth century that women began to wear trousers as leisurewear, and eventually trousers became symbolic of female emancipation and empowerment. Bridal trousers and jumpsuits are therefore the perfect way to infuse the traditions of a wedding with more contemporary values surrounding gender equality – all while exuding an incomparable level of sophistication. You can opt for trousers that have a layer of organza or lace overlaying them to pay homage to the styles of more conventional wedding dresses. Jumpsuits are all about the beauty of the silhouette. No matter which design you choose, bridal trousers and jumpsuits always come with the added benefit of being comfortable so that you can fully enjoy every aspect of your big day.

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Kate Middleton

She wed Princess William in April, 2011. A vision in white, Kate wore an Alexander McQueen ivory and white satin dress. The gown featured a couture lace bodice and long sleeves.


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Prince William married Catherine Middleton on April 29th 2011 at Westminster Abbey. On their wedding day, the Queen granted them the titles the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Earl and Countess of Strathearn and Baron and Baroness Carrickfergus. The best man was Prince William’s brother Prince Harry, and the maid of honour was Catherine’s sister Pippa. The four bridesmaids were – Lady Louise Windsor, Margarita Armstrong-Jones, Grace van Custem and Eliza Lopes. The two page boys were – William Lowther-Pinkerton and Tom Pettifer. Catherine’s dress was designed by Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen. After the ceremony, the couple made the traditional appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. Prince Charles hosted a private dinner, followed by dancing, for close friends and family of the couple at Buckingham Palace.

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Charlene Wittstock

The Zimbabwean-South African former Olympic swimmer married Albert II, Prince of Monaco in July, 2011. Charlene wore a custom Giorgio Armani dress. The gown took 2500 hours to make and consisted of 40 000 Swarovski crystals.

Elizabeth Taylor

She married eight times and made a beautiful bride every time. Here a few of her gorgeous bridal looks.

Grace Kelly

The American actress wed Rainier III, Prince of Monaco in 1956. Her gown was made by MGM costume designer Helen Rose. This iconic dress took six weeks to make and featured 90 metres of silk net and hundreds of seed pearls. Her dress has inspired many bridal dresses over the years including Nicky Hilton and Miranda Kerr.

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