Celebrities have it better than the rest of us. They have glamorous designer wedding dresses specially made for their special days to once again prove this to the little people. Between all the big budgets and big bustles, some of them choose to dress quite casual for their big day, but manage to look stunning nonetheless. Which dress would YOU wear?
Everyone wants to be a princess for a day right? Maybe not, but plenty of brides strive for the look. Grace Kelly achieves it. Wearing this dress, she married Prince Rainier III of Monaco, becoming a true princess.
Of course, marrying a prince doesn’t always mean princess. Kate Middleton is none other than the Duchess of Cambridge, with her husband William being England’s likely next king.
A completely different, though equally modest and elegant look, Kelly Clarkson took it a little more country with her bouquet and hair.
When did Jackie NOT look picture perfect? The style icon made a statement with this layered dress that, while elaborate, keeps faithful to her clean lines style.
With eight different marriages, two to the same man, it’s no wonder Elizabeth Taylor had to make the list!
“The Kids” back when they were just kids! If only Ivanka’s clothing line were as elegant as her dress.
Salma Hayek and Keureg CEO François-Henri Pinault were married on Valentines Day in Paris AND had a second ceremony in Venice. How’s that for romance?
This backlit photo shows off the etherial lace of Christina’s body hugging dress.
Kate Bosworth married director Michael Polish in a gorgeous country setting in Montana.
The Hills star turned fashion entrepreneur naturally looked picture perfect on her big day with a lacy confection that looks gorgeous, but impossible to walk in.
Another first daughter, Chelsea Clinton has often tried to stay further from the spotlight. She and Marc Mezvinsky had an interfaith ceremony (she’s Methodist, he’s Jewish) in 2010.
Chrissy Tiegan had to make a statement for her 2013 wedding to John Legend. Look at all that volume!
The marriage didn’t last, but Katie will always have the beautiful photos!
Another princess-worthy gown! It’s impossible to describe this dress as anything but dated, but hey, if Lady Di is wearing it, it automatically looks elegant.
Anne Hathaway and her husband Adam Shulman are supporters of same-sex advocacy group Freedom to Marry. Anne, seen here in Big Sur, California, is exercising her freedom to look amazing.
Hillary looks amazing in her figure hugging mermaid dress that amps up the volume. In 2010, she married NHL player Mike Comrie, which later ended in amicable separation and divorce.
I may have the most delicious lace dress and cascading veil, but I’m still Jenny from the Block.
Gwen Stefani has never been one to blend in, which is why this ombré white and pink gown is perfect for her in her wedding to Bush guitarist Gavin Rossdale.
Nicole Kidman looks perfect every damn day, and twice as much on wedding day to singer Kieth Urban.
The Big Bang star married professional tennis player Ryan Sweeting in 2013. She received media flack after quipping, “I like the idea of women taking care of their men,” saying she cooked for him five nights a week and wasn’t a feminist.
Like her mother Jackie Kennedy, Caroline makes the list for her simple but completely unique gown, which she wore in her 1986 wedding to Edwin Schlossberg.
Alicia Keys has the voice, the body, and now the gown of a goddess.
Remember when Beyoncé wore a wedding dress to the Grammys? The queen slays in every single thing she wears, but tried to keep things simple and under the radar for her actual wedding.
Speaking of simple, Olivia Palermo pulls off this somewhat casual look for her wedding. No stranger to the fashion world, she puts her own twist on clothing and looks stunning every time.
Kiera Knightly appears so often in tight corseted costumes on film, that it is refreshing to see her in a relaxed and floaty gown here.
Kate Moss has modeled for many designers, and here is no exception. She wore this John Galliano dress for her wedding to Jamie Hince of the Kills.
Khloé’s marriage may have been a disaster, but at least her form-hugging dress was a stunner!
Drew Barrymore went with a slightly non-traditional design for her third wedding, to Will Kopelman in 2011, which was pictured on the cover of People magazine.
Taking non-traditional a step (or several) further, Yoko Ono appeared in a casual cute 60’s style frock for her marriage to John Lennon.
Well, what can I say. Kim likes to show a little skin. Her haute couture dress was designed by family friend and Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci.