9 Celebs Who Wore Non-Traditional Wedding Dresses—and Looked Amazing
Wedding traditions can be beautiful and sentimental and all that, but they’re not for everyone. And that’s OK, because sometimes, the shirking of said traditions is what takes a wedding from great to unforgettable. Case in point: these nine celebs who wore non-traditional wedding dresses (or wedding shorts) that we’re still talking about.
Proving she’s pretty much the coolest, Beyoncé’s younger sis married Alan Ferguson in what’s possibly the most stylish wedding ever. After rocking this Humberto Leon for Kenzo caped number, she changed into a Stéphane Rolland jumpsuit (also with a cape) to keep the NOLA party going.
Our girl K. Bell married her longtime love, Dax Shepard, in a super low-key wedding at a Beverly Hills courthouse wearing a black top and pants. All in all, the wedding cost a grand total of $142. Have we mentioned how much we love this woman?
Yes, Olivia Palermo would look stunning in a paper bag, but her Carolina Herrera ensemble (made up of a crewneck sweater, shorts and an embroidered tulle overlay) to wed German model Johannes Huebl is infinitely chicer.
When your wedding guest list features such eclectic names as Blake Lively, Questlove and Amy Poehler, you can’t just wear any old white dress, right? That’s why we totally get Tamblyn’s decision to wear a flowy marigold frock (sans shoes) to wed David Cross in 2012. Such a cool couple.
This former Glee star tied the knot (with Mumford and Sons’ Winston Marshall) in an off-the-runway nude Valentino gown and a pretty baller crown. A fashion-forward wedding if we’ve ever seen one.
Speaking of fashion-y weddings, here we have model and socialite Delevingne (Cara’s big sis), who wore custom Emilio Pucci by Peter Dundas for her second wedding to James Cook. The flowers! The peplum! It’s all too much—in the best way possible.
Model and actress Hearst chose a pink ombré Christian Siriano gown with a high-low hem for her 2016 wedding to comedian and TV host Chris Hardwick. It’s whimsical and girly and doesn’t take itself too seriously.
For her 2014 New Orleans-themed nuptials to fellow actor Stephen Kay, Perabo rocked this long-sleeved silver Michael Kors gown that has us seriously considering a metallic wedding dress.
No, this is not a photo from Knightley’s wedding to James Righton, but this is her wedding dress—a short, ballerina-esque Chanel Haute Couture number that she’s worn on two red carpets since her 2013 nuptials. She’s resourceful and we like it.