Wedding Gown Picks

Hollywood weddings may not last a lifetime, but they certainly dazzle us with glitz and glam. Take a look at our picks for best celebrity wedding dresses of all time.
Stars are true fashion icons and trend-setters, and we love getting inspired by their style for special occasions. Check out our selection of the most stunning celebrity wedding dresses for every silhouette, and get inspired:
Top Ball Gown – Grace Kelly
By marrying Monaco’s Prince Rainier, Grace Kelly flaunted her true elegance in a stunning ball gown created by Helen Rose. The dress has a dramatic high collar, cummerbund waist and a full skirt. As for her veil, she opted 90 yards of tulle!
Top A-Line Gown – Kate Middleton
The Duchess of Cambridge looked spectacular in an immaculate A-line dress by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. As a tribute to Grace Kelly, the dress has a beautiful lace bodice, nipped in waist and full skirt. We love this dazzling classic look, with a touch of modernity.
Top Mermaid Gown – Brooklyn Decker
The Sports Illustrated swimsuit model looked stunning in a Vera Wang strapless curve-fitting mermaid gown when she married the tennis pro Andy Roddick. It truly emphasized her slim and slender hourglass figure.
Top Sheath Gown – Kate Moss
Although the supermodel is known for her daring style, she opted for a roaring 20s style sheath gown by John Galliano for her wedding with Jamie Hince. The gown has a traditional look with an edgy touch of embellished gold sequins and beading.
Top Tea-Length – Audrey Hepburn
Audrey Hepburn is a timeless fashion icon, and the dress she wore to her wedding to actor Mel Ferrer is a reflection of her style. The tea-length Pierre Balmain dress had chiffon full sleeves, a high neck, and circle skirt. A wreath of fresh flowers completed the magical effect.
Top Empire Waist- Megan Fox
Stunning actress Megan Fox tied the knot in Hawaii with Brian Austin Green in a dreamy flowing silk chiffon Armani Privé gown. The dress had a flattering strapless sweetheart neckline, and a 16-foot train and floor-length veil.

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