Wedding day is one the most unforgattable day in every women’s life. There is nothing more exciting than looking at the bride in an incredible white dress.
Finding the perfect wedding dress is the most important thing that special day- it should reflect bride’s good taste and flatter her body perfectly. It can be scary for women because there so many styles and brands. I suggest you take a look at the most beautiful and iconic wedding dresses of all time. You can take inspiration and find your wedding and wedding dress style.
Here are a ten iconic wedding dresses from royal women to A list celebs that may inspires you.
Queen Elizabeth II, 1947
She got married with Philipp Mountbatten, Duke of Edinburgh in Westminster Abbey in 1947. The dressed designed by Norman Hartnell.
The dress made of ivory silk with a tailored bodice and a short train(15 foot) inspired by Botticelli’s painting of Primavera which is covered in floral designs such as smilax, jasmine.
The dress decorated with 10.000 seed pearls. It took seven weeks to make.
Grace Kelly, 1956
Her life is a like romantic movie. American actress meets Prince Rainier (Prince of Monaco) and fall in love. Her wedding dress was like fairy tale like her life.
The beautiful wedding dress designed by Academy Award winning costume designer and MGM studios costume designer Helen Rose.
Edith Head who was close friend with Grace Kelly, assumed that she would be the designer of her dress but instead Helen Rose chosen as a designer. The wedding dress was gift of MGM studios to Kelly. The high necked, Brussels lace bodice and embroidered pearl became on of the most iconic wedding dress of all time.
Diana, Princess Of Wales, 1981
Princess Diana got married with Prince Charles of Wales on July 29 at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. The train was 25 foot and a tulle veil was 153 yard.
Her wedding gown designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel. It was an antique lace gown and ivory silk taffeta. The silk taffeta was made by Stephen Walters. The handmade antique lace was belong to Queen Mary.
The seamstress was concerned about Princess Diana’s weight loss Princess Diana dropped from size 14 to 10. It created difficulty to fitting of the dress.
Her gown was embroidered with sequins and 10,000 pearls.
Victoria Beckham, 1999
She got married with football player David Beckham in Irelend. Her champagne colored satin dress with 20 foot train designed by Vera Wang.
Gisele Bündchen, 2009
She has kept details of her wedding a secret. We just know that she got married in a private church ceremony in Santa Monica. She wore a short veil with matching lace strappless gown with vintage vibes. The dress designed byDolce and Gabbana.
She walked down the aisle with François-Henri Pinault in a Balenciaga wedding dress by Nicolas Ghesquiere.
She chose a full skirted ivory gown silhouette with a heavily embroidered bodice.
Kate Middleton, 2011
Kate Middleton got married with Prince William on 29 April at Westminster Abbey. Her dress designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander Mcqueen. The designer revealed on the wedding day.
The dress is combination of tradition and modernity.The ivory satin bodice with appliqued lace inspired by Victorian corsetry. The elegant gown with long train, veil wih tiara and exquisite lace details made this dress iconic.
Charlene Wittstock, former Olympic swimmer wore Giorgio Armani design dress to marry Prince Albert of Monaco.
Her dress took 2.500 hours to create including 700 hours for the embroidery.
It featured 20.000 mother of pearl teardrops, 30.000 stones in gold shade and 40.000 Swarovski crystals.
The dress comprised 80 metres of silk organza, 50 metres of duchesse silk and for 20 metres of silk tulle for veil which took 100 hours to embroidery.
Olivia Palermo, 2014
She got married in an intimate ceremony in a quiet park tucked away in Bedford, New York. Olivia Palermo looked effortlessly beautiful who chose a traditional gown look tulle full-skirted silhouette with chic white shorts and light, cream color cashmere swear. She completed with pair of blue Manola Blahnik shoes.
Miranda Kerr, 2017
Miranda Kerr got married with Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel on May, 2017. Her wedding dress inspired by Grace Kelly. Her dress created by Dior’s first female artistic director, Maria Grazia Chiuri. The dress featuring appliquéd lilies, full-skirted satin gown, long sleeves and paired with pearl headpiece by Stephen Jones.