18 of the Best Celebrity Wedding Dresses Ever
By Wedding Spot
Looking for the perfect gown for your big day? Our list of some of the best celebrity wedding dresses ever will inspire you! And the best part is, you can recreate all of these looks on pretty much any budget as long as you apply these basic tips.
Featuring stylish and fashionable ladies from all industries, the brides on this list have plenty of ideas to share for your wedding.
18 of the most beautiful celebrity wedding dresses ever:
1. Meghan Markle
In 2018 Meghan Markle married Prince Harry in a worldwide televised event that most will remember forever. But one of the standout moments of the day has to be the unveiling of her silk Givenchy gown designed by Clare Waight Keller. The key to its gorgeousness lies in its simplicity. If you want to copy the look for your own wedding, choose an understated piece with quality materials but no extra lace. Also, the ¾ sleeves added to her modesty and made her beauty shine even brighter.
2. Amal Clooney
Amal and George Clooney wed in 2014. She looked radiant in an Oscar de la Renta wedding dress with short, off-the-shoulder sleeves and ivory lace. To get this look, choose a simple silhouette with an all-over lace design and pair it with understated jewelry.
When it comes to celebrity wedding dresses, it doesn’t get much better than Ciara’s Roberto Cavalli piece. It was inspired by a contemporary Baroque painter’s work, which is fitting given that her ceremony took place in an actual castle. To get this look, focus on a piece with sleeves that emphasizes the neck and bust as well as lace patterns that incorporate themes like flora and fauna.
4. Mandy Moore
For her Los Angeles backyard wedding with Taylor Goldsmith, Mandy Moore donned a lovely pink wedding dress with layered, polka dot tulle and a stunning embellished flower accent at the waist. The dress fit her personality as she wasn’t interested in the traditionally white gown. What’s especially fun about this piece is that it’s a bit easier to copy since you’ll be more likely to find something in a formal wear store than most wedding dress retailers.
5. Kaley Cuoco
Kaley Cuoco got married on a horse farm in a ceremony that came straight from a fairytale. Her wedding dress complemented the theme and featured a delicate lace neckline, cap sleeves and tiered ruffles. She paired it with a floor-length lace cape to create the show-stopping look. To find a dress like hers, focus on rustic full-bodied gowns with lots of pretty lace.
6. Portia de Rossi
If pink gowns in backyard celebrity weddings are a thing, Portia de Rossi and Mandy Moore are right on the money. Portia’s gown was blush, had a full tulle skirt and featured a high halter neckline. You can steal the look by finding a wedding dress with a similar cut that also has some draped portions mixed with fluffy tulle.
7. Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian married Kanye West in 2014 and had a headline-worthy multi-million dollar celebration. Her custom-designed wedding dress by Givenchy artist Riccardo Tisci features sheer lace panels, long lace sleeves and a form-fitting style. Even if you aren’t having a ceremony as expensive as theirs, you can easily find a dress that reflects this style.
8. Emmy Rossum
Emmy Rossum and Sam Esmail wed in New York City in a grand temple. Her dress featured a different version of the off-the-shoulder look than we’ve seen so far on this list of celebrity wedding dresses. The fabric wraps around and features darling embellishments on the waist as well as the sleeve points. To get this look, find an A-line dress with a fresh and modern style with a little beadwork mixed in.
9. Hilary Duff
When Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie got married in Montecito she wore a mermaid-style gown that complemented her figure with class. The strapless Vera Wang number is defined by the giant flowers in its organza design. Overall the look was incredibly feminine, delicate and stylish. If you love her wedding dress and want to find something similar for yourself, concentrate on gowns that have this shape, are primarily made with organza and show off your décolletage.
10. Priyanka Chopra
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas had two wedding ceremonies to represent their respective faiths. In the Christian ceremony, the bride donned an angelic custom-made dress by Ralph Lauren. Its neck-to-floor buttons, sheer paneling and Victorian neckline makes it incredibly unique. If you’d like to copy the look, find a gown with tiny button details, high neck, A-line skirt cut and a light, airy feel.
11. Hailey Bieber
Hailey Bieber got to have three different wedding gowns for her second wedding to Justin but we’re especially in love with this particular dress by designer Virgil Abloh. The low back, off-the-shoulder look with full sleeves is both old Hollywood glam and modern at the same time. Want a wedding dress like this one? Go for all-over lace, a form-fitting bodice and some matching lace gloves.
12. Maria Menounos
When Maria Menounos and Keven Undergaro got married a second time in Greece, she chose something different from her first dress (a sweetheart sleeved number for the NYE in Times Square celebration). This time the wedding gown featured exposed shoulders in with cape sleeves and hand-painted white flowers in a design created by the genius Celia Kritharioti. Although hers was highly original, you can find an equally stunning floral lace and silk organza gown in the same silhouette.
13. Iliza Shlesinger
When Iliza Shlesinger married restaurateur Noah Galuten in their LA ceremony, she said she felt like a Kennedy. Her stunning modern gown demonstrated that perfect balance of sex appeal and grace with a plunging neckline and full-length style. The Monique Lhuillier gown was complemented by hand-glued rhinestones (which she did herself, all 500+ of them), veil, and white leather sneakers. To copy her style, focus on dresses that are sleeveless, have a clean look and are outfitted with a smattering of rhinestones.
14. Eva Longoria
Eva Longoria and José Antonio Bastón wed in 2016 in a small home ceremony. Her stunning wedding dress was designed by none other than her best friend and fashion designer Victoria Beckham. Her dream dress is simple yet stunning. With no embellishments, lace or pearls, the material (silk and crepe), color (ivory) and cut (sleeveless, strapped sweetheart) made the look what it was. If you want something similar, choose a minimalist style in an off white shade that complements your frame.
15. Nicky Hilton
Nicky Hilton’s wedding was inspired by the Royals so it’s no surprise that she chose this stunning Valentino gown. The high neck, lace full-length sleeves and multi-toned wedding dress looked perfect with the small, white bouquet and dramatic veil. To get this look, go for a gown with all-over lace and some hints of ivory, silver and crystal.
16. Whitney Port
Whitney Port (who tied the knot with Tim Rosenman in Palm Springs) gives us some serious SoCal vibes with her high-low wedding dress. Featuring long sleeves and fitted bodice, the darling gown looked perfect with the embellished heels she chose. Copy this look by looking for a gown with this cut in a fabric that features plenty of floral lace and touch of sheer paneling.
17. Miranda Kerr
Miranda Kerr and Evan Spiegel, like most of the LA-based celebs on our list, had an intimate wedding in their California home. The Dior Haute Couture wedding dress the model wore featured four different fabric types and was modeled after Grace Kelly’s gown. To steal this idea, opt for a wedding dress with 3D flowers in a silk fabric with a full tulle skirt and enough modesty to showcase your elegance and femininity at the same time.
18. Pippa Middleton
It’s no surprise that this Royal also made the list given how stunning she looked when she married James Matthews in Berkshire. The incredible gown has no seams (we don’t know how that’s possible either) and was designed by expert Giles Deacon. To steal the look, focus on wedding dresses that feature all-over lace, a short sleeve bodice with a modest neckline and a sheer paneled upper back.
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