From the iconic, romantic style of Grace Kelly to trend setting Yoko Ono to modern, trailblazer Serena Williams, there’s inspiration for everybody.
Kaley Cuoco’s recent wedding is a fountain of Pinterest-worthy inspiration.
Her lace Reem Acra dress featured thin straps and an elegant bustier. And, tied with a simple ribbon around her shoulders, was an elegant, rose embroidered cape.
It only gets better, later she donned a lace jumpsuit to dance the night away and it was day worthy too. Serious wedding goals!
Julia styled her wedding with a low key, maternity bridal dress, showing just how to look stunning on short notice and without the hefty price tag.
In keeping with her own style, Kate went for a romantic, lace dress designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen.
A dress not unlike her fellow royal, Grace Kelly. She perfectly styled the traditional bridal look with a mid-length veil and a train fit for a queen.
We can’t talk about jumpsuits without mentioning Solange.
She arrived at the ceremony on a bicycle in an off-white one-piece with a gorgeous plunging neckline.
If you’re thinking of trousers, a jumpsuit could be the option for you.
Well known and loved for her style, Yoko Ono’s knee length dress was the epitome of ‘60s style.
She switched out the more traditional headpiece too, instead wearing a wide brimmed sun hat and of course a pair of shades. Her look was great way of bringing her personal style to the day.
Ellen wore a three-piece suit for her wedding to Portia De Rossi.
She opted for loose trousers and a fitted waist coat with sheer back and sleeves.
Bridal trousers are becoming more and more popular and easier to find. Keep an eye out for them in upcoming wedding trends.
Cool and quick thinking, Bianca wore a white skirt suit. She cleverly opted to lose the shirt, as it didn’t close over her baby bump on the day, creating an instantly classic look.
She also wore a wide brimmed hat, adding a light veil falling from the rim.
One of the most highly anticipated celebrity weddings of 2018, Meghan’s style was both minimal and timeless.
Her simple, bateau neckline dress was complemented by natural, dewy makeup and an uncomplicated chignon bun. The perfect inspiration for those looking for a more understated and natural look.
In keeping with her passion for feminism and women’s rights, Meghan’s dress was designed by Clare Waight Keller, the first female Artistic Director at Givenchy.
If it’s a fairy tale wedding you’re after, look no further than Grace Kelly.
She took regal and made it romantic. Her gown was designed by a costume designer that worked at MGM. The detail was remarkable, and she certainly deserves the iconic status her wedding garnered.
We love how Serena’s tulle skirt was something she never saw herself in. The perfect excuse to try on all the dresses!
She also worked with Alexander McQueen’s Sarah Burton to create her perfect look. The tennis champion paired the ball gown silhouette with a cape saying; “I felt like a princess and a superhero all at once.” The dream!