10 Celebrity Wedding Attires That Really Stood OutYWG - Mar 2020
Who said a bride should always walk down the aisle in a silky flowy tulle white gown designed by a famous designer? A bride can still look beautiful and trendy in something outside of the box and turn heads on her wedding day. Here are brides who broke traditions and decided to wear unconventional attire for their big day. Keep reading to get some surprising wedding attire inspiration from these edgy bride celebs!
1- Poppy Delevingne
Sister of British model Cara Delevingne decided to be an atypical bride and wore a bohemian floral dress. Even Cara decided to follow her sister’s untraditional wedding theme and showed up in a white suit for the wedding.
Poppy with her sister Cara
Model and actress Emily decided to surprise everyone and had a jaw-dropping wedding look that was very untraditional. Not only that, but her Zara pantsuit costed less than $200 and even walked down the aisle while carrying her pug. Would you have a wedding like Emily’s?
Fashion icon & trendsetter Olivia wore a tulle skirt and topped it with a cashmere jacket.
4- Kristen Bell
Actress Kristen Bell decided to get married in a laid-back simple attire, she simply wore a black top and pants. Which left us wondering, was it really a wedding?
5- Stephanie March
Law & Order actress Stephanie March wore a printed Dolce & Gabbana dress for her wedding to tech investor Dan Benton.
6- Lydia Hearst
Actress Lydia Hearst wore a gorgeous Ombre’ pink gown for her wedding.
7- Kaley Cuoco
The Big Bang Theory actress was all pretty in pink on her big day!
8- Solange Knowles
Beyonce’s younger sister Solange wore a total of six dresses on her wedding day, including a trendy floor-length white cape.
9- Shenae Grimes
Actress Shenae Grimes isn’t the first bride to choose black as the color of her wedding dress, she looked beautiful in a black tulle gown designed by Vera Wang.
10- Amber Tamblyn
Actress Amber Tamblyn wore a very non-traditional color for her wedding day. She wore a striking yellow dress and even the no-basic bride arrived barefooted in a canoe.