4 CELEBRITY BRIDAL GOWNS YOU MUST SEE
Hot wedding season is just starting that's why we found some wonderful celebrity wedding dresses you should see for your inspiration.
1. Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence tied the knot with art gallerist Cooke Maroney in a beautiful ceremony on 19th October 2019. According to Elle” There's no official word on who was the mastermind behind Lawrence's wedding dress, but Dior has already been raised as a suggestion, which wouldn't come as a huge surprise given the 29-year-old's role as the face of the brand's 'Joy' perfume.” Unfortunately, Lawrence has no social media to check incessantly for a peek at her dress, but we can have a look at her stylish engagement party gown.
According to Town n Country mag “That night, Lawrence was spotted in a silk chiffon dress by bridal designer L. Wells—which maybe hints at what she'll look like on her big day. Her stylists Jill Lincoln and Jordan Johnson shared a photo of her in the gown.”
2. Tana Mongeau
However Jake Paul and Tana Mongeau now have been separated, let's look back to Tana’s stunning wedding gowns made by Johana Hernandez. Yes, you read it right. Tana had 2 wedding dresses on her big day. ET asked the designer:” Did she always want two dresses?” And this was Johana’s answer:” No, it just came up because she loved them so much that she couldn't make up her mind, so she chose two. And it actually turned out to be the color theme that she wanted, which was a blush color.”
3. Zoë Kravitz
Zoë Kravitz married Karl Glusman in Paris on 29 June 2019, surrounded by friends and family. According to Harpers Bazaar, "Kravitz shared an image of Alexander Wang to celebrate his birthday, where the dress could be seen hanging in the background, suggesting that he was behind the design.”
4. Hailey Bieber
Hailey Bieber (née Baldwin)'s wedding to Justin Bieber was nothing short of spectacular. They got married on 13th September 2018. According to Harpers Bazaar:” Hailey's veil is already legendary, thanks to its ALL CAPS embroidery ("TILL DEATH DO US PART"), it turns out that the bride's gown also featured some hidden messages. The words "wedding dress" were stitched into the back of the gown in pearls, while the dress itself was subtly embroidered with the Off-White arrow logo.