Some of these marriages may have not worked out, but the gowns withstand the test of time. Here are the bridal dresses of the stars that we’ll remember forever.
As one of the most anticipated weddings of the century, Kate Middleton’s gown – designed by English designer Sarah Burton – didn’t disappoint.
When Celine Dion married manager Rene Angeli, her Mirella and Steve Gentile gown stunned the world. Not just for its 20-foot train, but for the elaborate headdress she paired with it.
Leave it to style maven Solange Knowles to deviate from the typical. When she and then groom Alan Ferguson biked to their ceremony, she wore a white Stephane Rolland jumpsuit.
When Jackie Kennedy married John F. Kennedy in 1953, she wore a beautiful gown designed by Ann Lowe. Now on display at the Kennedy Library in Boston, we can’t help but adore it for its timeless quality. We know even today’s brides sometimes look to it for inspiration.
When she walked down the aisle to marry Prince Charles in 1981, Princess Diana wore this Elizabeth and David Emanuel gown that had a 25-foot long train – a record! It also showcased beautiful hand embroidery, lace and over 10,000 pearls.
Grace Kelly’s timeless style was immortalized in the gorgeous gown she wore when she married Prince Ranier III of Monaco in 1956. Designed by Helen Rose of MGM studios, this gown is one of the most beloved of all time and can be seen in person in the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
We would’ve expected nothing less from Audrey Hepburn. When the actress married Mel Ferrer, she wore a high-neck, tea-length Balmain.
Who could forget this pink-accented gown on Gwen Stefani? When she married rocker Gavin Rossdale, she wore this Christian Dior number, which eventually ended up in a museum.
Kandi Burruss’ “Coming to America” wedding theme was both parts awesome and ridiculous. And, we think her Reco Chapple gown, rumored to cost $20,000 – inspired by a number in the Eddie Murphy movie from the 1980s – wowed!
“Vanderpump Rules” star Scheana Marie landed on our list, not because we love the dress, but because it was so talked about on the show. It’s a crop top for crying out loud?! Cast mate Stassi Schroeder had a field day making fun of the number that the bride designed herself, so we’ll never forget it.