When all the emotions have subsided after an overwhelmingly happy proposal, the first thing that comes to a bride-to-be’s mind is her wedding dress. Next year, designers predict detachable tulle overskirts and romantic off-the-shoulder necklines to be the trend in bridal gowns.
But before we look forward to another amazing year for weddings, let’s look back at some of the best celebrity bridal dresses. We trimmed down our list to our favorite ten. These extraordinary aisle fashions should inspire you to pick the picture- perfect wedding dress.
A conservative neckline and two huge puffed sleeves for Audrey Hepburn who was pictured here with first husband Mel Ferrer in 1954
Off-the-shoulders became an instant favorite when Elizabeth Taylor wore one at her wedding with Conrad Hilton, Jr., her first time to walk down the aisle in 1950
Yoko Ono followed wedding tradition by wearing white but broke the norm when she wore a casual ensemble during her wedding with John Lennon in 1969
One of the world’s biggest weddings must be held with the bride wearing one the longest dress trains. In 1981, Diana, Princess of Wales exchanged ”I Do” with Prince Charles wearing an invory silk taffeta and antique lace gown with a 25-foot train
Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton walked down the aisle with a strapless dress which consisted of ivory silk organza that had been lightly gathered with tulle that were pleated diagonally on the bodice. Vera Wang completed the dress with a silvery embroidered waistband
Hollywood A-lister Keira Knightly chose a pale pink tulle Chanel dress for her civil wedding in the south of France just last June
The latest bride from the British monarchy also did not disappoint. On Kate Middleton is a long-sleeved, full skirt wedding dress designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. The veil is held in place by a halo tiara which was designed by Cartier and was lent to her by Queen Elizabeth II. The veil is made of layers of ivory silk tulle with a trim of hand-embroidered flowers
Ivanka Trump’s choice of bridal gown was said to have been influenced by Grace Kelly’s wedding dress which we just featured earlier. The extremely intricate dress has three different tiers of hand-appliqued lace that were different shades if ivory.
Kim Kardashian chose a piece from Givenchy. The 33- year-old reality star looked chic in a lace ensemble that featured strategically placed sheer panels… and an entirely sheer back!