10 of the Most Stunning Celebrity Wedding Dresses
Apart from the guest list, florals, venue and nerves, the dress is one of the most crucial elements to any wedding (from the bride’s perspective, at least). Pinterest can take you only so far, and that’s OK, because there are countless celebrity examples to further feed your bridal obsession. Keep reading for ten of the most stunning celebrity wedding dresses.
For her 2017 nuptials to Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail, Rossum opted for a custom off-the-shoulder Carolina Herrera gown inspired by the Guggenheim Museum. Intricate and elegant!
Couture fashion designer Zuhair Murad plus 11 pounds of sequins equals Vergara’s exquisite 2015 wedding gown.
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For their 2008 vow exchange, Ellen DeGeneres and de Rossi chose elegant "her and hers" Zac Posen looks. Wedding inspo, if we've ever seen it!
For her 2016 nuptials to Pitch Perfect co-star Skylar Astin, Camp donned a stunning Reem Acra gown and pumped her bridal party (which included fellow PP star Brittany Snow) up with twirling tulle lessons. (You know, for the photos.)
Union stepped right out of a Disney fairy-tale for her 2014 nuptials to NBA star Dwyane Wade. A sweetheart neckline, draped bodice and a full ball-gown skirt—simplicity at its finest!
Ciara tied the knot with Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson in 2016 and simultaneously proved there’s no such thing as too much drama. That train! That veil! It’s (almost) too much to handle.
In 1981, Princess Diana walked down the aisle wearing one of the most iconic wedding dresses ever. Designers David and Elizabeth Emanuel constructed the epic 25-foot train, but it was the 19-year-old Princess of Wales who truly made it a vision.
Reed channeled her inner bohemian and wore a three-quarter-sleeve lace Claire Pettibone gown when she married The Vampire Diaries star Ian Somerhalder in 2015.
Teigen tied the knot with John Legend in 2013 and had not one, not two but three Vera Wang dress changes. She wore a backless princess ball gown for the ceremony, a white mermaid dress (to show off that amazing figure) for the reception and changed into a va-va-voom red mermaid number for the after-party. Talk about the belle of the ball!
In 2011, the Duchess of Cambridge turned heads in a gorgeous, long-sleeve Alexander McQueen gown with a train that was almost as dramatic as the iconic wedding dress worn by her mother-in-law, Princess Diana.