Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra tied the knot during a three-day celebration at Jodhpur's Umaid Bhawan Palace.
From the Queen’s embroidered Norman Hartnell gown to Audrey Hepburn’s Balmain tea dress and Olivia Palermo’s cool-girl co-ord, we’ve been graced with a plethora of glorious celebrity wedding dresses over the years.Who could forget the Duchess of Cambridge’s Alexander McQueen number? Or Kim Kardashian’s surprisingly modest Givenchy one? And Gwen Stefani’s dip-dye Galliano number will forever be ingrained in our minds.Princess Diana’s David Emanuel dress boasted possibly the biggest sleeves we’ve ever clapped eyes on and Angelina Jolie let her brood of six doodle all over the veil of her Versace look when she wed Brad back in 2014. And actress Eva Longoria turned to friend Victoria Beckham when she needed a bridal gown last year.Above, see how many of these famous wedding dresses you remember.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Wedding wars: Pippa Middleton versus the Duchess of CambridgePippa Middleton’s wedding: What every celebrity guest woreWedding anniversary themes for each year – and what to buy
When Suzanne Huber Martinchalk got married, it was in a dress her grandmother made. But now the dress is gone, and Martinchalk is desperate to find it.
Yes, dreams do come true. This wedding dress is entirely edible - because it’s made from 100 per cent cake and icing. You may not be able to keep it forever, and should probably avoid standing in the sun for too long in it, but you’ll be able to munch on it all day long.
Forget the cake delivery, making sure there’s a seat for every guest at dinner and ensuring your dad doesn’t get too drunk before his speech, it’s figuring out a way to wee in a big wedding dress that freaks out brides-to-be the most.
Just look at this gown, which made its glorious, frill-filled debut this week on the streets of Shandong Province in China, for proof. The wedding dress train being carried by little kids. Made by a luxury design house, the wedding dress has a train that is 100 meters long (that’s approximately 328 feet, for Americans not schooled in conversion).
Very few of my friends have worn traditional wedding dresses. There was a Grecian-style dress for the only church wedding, in New Orleans, and those getting married this fall are embracing color! Not to mention thoroughly modern silhouettes. I don’t know if this is only a New York thing, but an increasing number of brides seem to be ditching tradition in favor of a wedding that says, “This is me!” And then there’s Abigail Kingston of Pennsylvania.
Photo: Courtesy Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello are so excited about getting married. While a lot of Hollywood couples — looking at you Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux — like to keep their love private, this hot couple enjoys shouting theirs from the rooftop (or, more accurately, on the red carpet to reporters). In Martha Stewart Weddings this month, the actress tried on wedding gowns, which she may or may not wear on her big day. Vergara in a Rosa Clara gown. She posed in front of pink bougainvillea at the Virginia Robinson Gardens in Beverly Hills, wearing a Chantilly lace dress by Rosa Clara.