HomeOutfit Ideas By OccasionWeddingsCelebrity Wedding Dresses Don’t know how your wedding dress should look? We have compiled our most favorite wedding dresses from celebrities and we are pretty sure you’re going to love them just as much as we do. Elizabeth Taylor had so many weddings, eight to be exact. But when she married Conrad Hilton in 1950 and looking at this dress now, it’s absolutely beautiful. It has a lace top and sweeping skirt. It must have cost a fortune back then. Well, who could forget Kim K’s custom-made, haute couture creation from Givenchy? It’s a sophisticated and chic lace ensemble with sheer panels and a lovely mermaid silhouette. Look how sheer the back portion is. Gwen Stefani looked princess-y and feminine (which shocked us because we actually thought she would wear a loud-print wedding gown) with this more gown from Dior. The dress is just simply stunning. Here’s another lovely Givenchy creation for Christina Ricci. It was made of white silk tulle with a high neck and a long and dramatic train. It had micro pearls that were embroidered all over the dress. It was dubbed “The Wedding of the Century” when Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier III of Monaco tied the knot. Her dress had 90 yards of tulle and was made by a costume designer for MGM. Wow. But Chrissy Teigen’s Vera Wang wedding dress looks beautiful and of course, it was made by Vera Wang. She’s like the queen of wedding dresses. It was an ivory strapless open back, a V-neck ball gown with lifted tulle skirt and tiered flange, hand-cut petal embroidered detail. But in all honesty, she wore 3 different Vera Wang gowns during the day of her wedding. It must be really wonderful marrying a Grammy-winning and record-breaking singer/songwriter. Keira Knightly broke the traditional long wedding gown for a Valentino pale pink tulle dress, similar to this Chanel dress that is pictured that she wore for her civil wedding in South of France. At first, people were praising her for wearing one dress to two events but no, she just got a custom-made Valentino for the second ceremony. Marrying a famous member of a political family? Expect eyes to be on you and your wedding dress. Ann Lowe designed this dress made of silk taffeta (50 yards) for Jackie Kennedy. The veil she used was her grandmother’s. Anne Hathaway wore a Valentino wedding dress with an off-shoulder neckline, delicate lace and a crowning veil that fall down the floor-length hemline of the gown. Of course, we couldn’t forget about Kate Middleton’s wedding dress. The Palace kept it a secret for so long – everybody speculating which designer did her dress but in the end, it was an Alexander McQueen designer Sarah Burton. She gained instant success after that. Portia de Rossi and Ellen DeGeneres wore Zac Posen when they tied the knot. Portia wore a dramatic ball gown in pale pink while Ellen had white pants and a vest. Ivanka Trump’s Vera Wang dress is an inspiration from Grace Kelly’s dress. Classic lace, super romantic, don’t you think?