Celebrity-Inspired Ideas for Your Wedding Gown Look

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Celebrity weddings have inspired brides for decades. From Jackie O.’s off-the-shoulder gown from her 1953 wedding to John F. Kennedy to Princess Diana’s larger-than-life dress that exuded 1980’s style, brides have long looked to the rich and famous of the world for inspiration in planning their own wedding day look. If you’re planning a 2015 or 2016 Toronto wedding, why not look to today’s celebrities for inspiration? Whether you want a traditional wedding gown or something a little less expected, a glance at some of the most covered weddings of ana2014 will give you plenty of ideas for your own celebration. Here are a handful of ideas to inspire you:

Amal Alamuddin & George Clooney

The internationally recognized actor and celebrated lawyer tied the knot in Venice, Italy in September 2014. The bride’s dress featured an off-the-shoulder neckline and was covered completely in lace. Her wedding gown was complemented by a dramatic, cathedral length veil with a lace edging that fell in a circular shape around the gown’s train. Given the detailed nature of the gown and veil, the bride chose to wear her hair down with very simple styling.

Kim Kardashian & Kanye West

Going for a classic look, versus something trendy or overly sexy, the bride wore a custom designed gown for her May 2014 wedding that featured full-length lace sleeves, a thin belt, and almost no back. A large train added a dimension of drama, and a cathedral length veil with a detailed lace border added even more elegance to the wedding gown and look. She had a simple middle part and gentle waves in her hair, plus wore understated and very feminine makeup.

Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt

One of the most famous couples in the world, this duo married in August 2014 in their home in France. The bride’s dress was completely unique, with artwork created by the couples’ children being incorporated into the design. But underneath those drawings was a remarkably simple wedding gown with a fitted bodice, ruching around the chest, thin straps, and an A-line skirt with a short train. She wore her hair up in a bun and kept her face covered with a veil as she walked by the guests to meet her groom.

If you’re newly engaged and ready to start the journey of finding a wedding gown that will help you look and feel your very best on your big day, we encourage you to visit our Toronto bridal shop. Our consultants have years of experience helping brides of all sizes and shapes, and with all types of fashion preferences. Contact us today to schedule your consultation.

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