Celebrities Who Rocked Non-White Wedding Dresses

by Bridestory [[ 1438482300000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Wedding Ideas  

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Deciding to put on a colored wedding dress is without a doubt one big move. It's an inevitable fact that the highest expectation out of a bride's look is her dress. Thus, slipping on a non-traditional wedding dress might, well, make it or break it. To help you decide, we gathered our picks for colored wedding dresses beautifully presented by celebrities on their big day.

  • Beatrice Borromeo

    Last weekend, all eyes were on the Monaco’s fairy-tale wedding of Pierre Casiraghi and Beatrice Borromeo; where the lovely bride wore a romantic soft-pink Valentino dress to exchange sacred vow with her blue-blood beau. We also love how the Italian aristocrat styled her hair in a modest down-do and a somewhat-rustic flower band to complete her silk-chiffon dress. It was the perfect mix of elegance, bohemian chic, and modern-day princess.

  • Reese Witherspoon

    Being famous for her role as pink-lover Elle Woods, the American sweetheart decided to tie the knot clad in a wedding dress that seems to pay homage to her character. Reese looked stunning in a blush-pink Monique Lhuillier gown with a sash and corset top on the day she wedded Jim Toth.

  • Anne Hathaway

    After a one-year engagement, Anne Hathaway finally tied the knot with Adam Shulman and boy, did she do it with style. Anne simply looked flawless in the Valentino’s masterpiece. The dress had a subtle ombré style and Anne styled it with a lace headband and cathedral veil. So chic!

  • Jessica Biel

    Another star, another blushing bride. Actress Jessica Biel said “I do” to singer-actor Justin Timberlake, flaunting off a custom Giambattista Valli Haute Couture petal pink gown. “It was a leap of faith, but it turned out better than I could have ever imagined, I felt like I had made the right choice,” she said.

  • Gwen Stefani

    The singer went brave and bold with her wedding dress color, just as expected. It was a Christian Dior creation designed by John Galliano that sported a hot pink color, suitable for Gwen’s lively personality. It’s so pretty, and the dress is now showcased in the Victoria and Albert Design Museum in London as a piece of art.

  • Jenna Dewan-Tatum

    One more in the pink team, is Jenna Dewan-Tatum. Her custom Reem Acra dress definitely won us over. The strapless dress had a sweetheart neckline along with a pink feathered skirt which she paired with a long veil and a pair of Neil Lane earrings to complete the look.

  • Shenae Grimes

    Moving on from the sweet and feminine pink, the extraordinary black dress now hits the spotlight. Shenae Grimes had on a black Vera Wang wedding dress on the day she wedded British Model, Josh Beech. She was also pictured holding a red-tainted bouquet, a perfect dramatic compliment to her dress.

  • Sarah Jessica Parker

    We always have such high expectation for SJP’s fashion-forward style and she seems to deliver everytime. Although she wore a majestic white dress as our beloved Carrie Bradshawfor her nuptial in the movie, the actress opted for a textured Morgan Le Fay black gown for her own wedding with fellow actor Matthew Broderick.

  • Avril Lavigne

    This rocker chick also wore black on her wedding day with Chad Kroeger, completely different from her first wedding in which she wore white. The dress was an A-line Monique Lhuillier about which she said “I didn’t want it to be crazy and puffy. I didn’t want it to wear me.”

  • Dita von Teese

    The sultry pin-up personality pushed her boundaries by putting on this extravagant purple dress, custom made by Vivienne Westwood, on her union with rock star Marilyn Manson. With a hat, bird-cage veil and a cascading red rose bouquet, it’s for certain that her look would be unforgettable.


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