Celebrity Wedding Dresses
Time flies when you're a royal and today marks the fifth wedding anniversary of everyone's favorite It couple: Kate Middleton and Prince William. And while Middleton's now-iconic Alexander McQueen long-sleeve lace gown is sure to make wedding dress history, we think there's an A-list bride or two giving the Duchess some serious style competition.
From Kim Kardashian to Kate Moss, we're ranking the century's most iconic wedding dresses of all time, so when you're ready to say 'I do' you'll have plenty of timeless inspiration — courtesy of tinseltown
Staying true to her intimate low-key ceremony, Olivia Palermo wore a casual three-piece ensemble by Carolina Herrera comprised of a simple cashmere sweater, white shorts and a tulle skirt overlay. And who can forget those blue Manolo's? Olivia and her husband Johannes Huebl tied the knot on 28th June 2014 and wanted the wedding to be very private: “We really wanted to keep this beautiful day very private and special to us and enjoyed the whole day with our family and two friends.”
Poppy Delevingne and James Cook said "I do" not once -- but twice. She married her sweetheart in London first and then Marrakech, Morocco a week later. In London she wore Chanel and in Marrakech she wore a suitably fitting boho Emilio Pucci gown covered with flower embellishments.
In keeping up with Kanye's passion for Parisian fashion, the bride wore a Givenchy Haute Couture gown, designed by their family friend Riccardo Tisci.
Like always, we expect A LOT when it comes to Kim Kardashian and Kanye West-- especially on their wedding, which took place on May 24th, 2014. The rehearsal dinner took place at the gorgeous Palace of Versailles in France. A 20 foot flower wall greeted celebrity guests like Alexander Wang, Serena Williams and John Legend.
Rumors swirled that Alexander McQueen's Sarah Burton was set to design the princess-to-be's wedding gown after the designer was seen exiting Kate's London home. And she absolutely stunned in a regal ivory lace gown with long sleeves, a 9 foot satin train and a Cartier tiara borrowed from the Queen.
Brangelina kept their wedding top secret and only invited 22 guests to their château in France. And we can't help but swoon over the bride's incredibly personal style touch. Drawings by their children were added to the long veil that flowed above her white satin Versace gown.
And, Brangelina always said they wanted to get married when their kids asked them to.
Princess, sophisticated, modern goddess... what would your style be on your big day?