We all love a celebrity weddings, even if you’re not the kind of person who obsesses over your own big day — making Pinterest boards of potential weddings and rings and table plans — they are kind of fascinating. The dress, the guests, the venue; it’s always so magnificently extravagant.
Whether it’s the ludicrously glowy Deliciously Ella getting married on a beach with personalised Nike IDs or Angelina Jolie’s scribble-covered (yes, done by her very own children) Versace wedding dress, there’s always something, erm, unexpected.
Call us basic but we’re mostly about the dresses and the flowers. Poppy Delevingne’s floral Chanel dress was pretty incredible, and gets extra points for the tulle hem detaching to make a mini for the evening. (Inspired, Karl.)
We can’t forget Olivia Palermo who ditched the dress for a cool top and midi skirt combo, and Millie Mackintosh whose Grace Loves Lace dress became the most Pinned wedding dress of all time with a cool (slash totally insane) 2.5 million people liking it.
Though some celebrities choose to share their ‘big day’ with the world, over Instagram or in the press, others keep them impressively private. Not just Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston, but Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, and Mary-Kate Olsen and Olivier Sarkozy whose weddings were totally private save for details that have been filtering out since. Mila’s got an Etsy wedding ring? There were cigarettes in bowls at Mary-Kate’s party?
There’s pretty much no competition, however, that the most talked-about wedding in the past decade was the Royal Wedding. Over 24 million of us in the UK watched Kate Middleton and Prince William wed in 2011. It wasn’t 100% the storybook ceremony that everyone had expected with Twitter obsessing over #PippaMiddletonsAss, but K-Middy looked truly iconic in her Sarah Burton designed dress as she walked into Westminster Abbey. It was kind of a big deal.
From our modern day weddings to historically stylish unions, we look back at the most memorable celebrity weddings, the stories leading up to the nuptials and what they wore...