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After a whirlwind five-week engagement, President George W. Bush's daughter wore Vera Wang when she married Craig Coyne in Maine in October 2018.
The co-host of The View and daughter of John McCain wore a lace ivory gown with an embroidered, sparkling bodice and mermaid skirt to her wedding to The Federalist publisher Ben Domenech at her family's lodge in Sedona, Arizona in November 2017.
The Apprentice villain and White House aide appears at her wedding to John Allen Newman at Trump International Hotel in Washington D.C.
For her wedding to Joe Manganiello, the Modern Family actress wore a Zuhair Murad Couture dress. Complete with a hand-embroidered bodice, it featured 11 pounds of sequins and 6 pounds of pearls. The dress required 32 people to complete the design, taking them a total of 1,657 hours. Vergara accessorized with Lorraine Schwartz diamond earrings.
The model wore this Carolina Herrera gown with Chopard jewels at her wedding to former NHL star Sean Avery.
The designers at Oscar de la Renta sure know how to craft an unforgettable wedding gown!
The Parenthood looked gorgeous in a sleeveless, white mesh, mermaid-style wedding gown with floral embellishments and a long, solid train when she married fiancé and cyclist Cole Maness on Sept. 5, 2015.
With her first wedding anniversary fast approaching, the actress finally revealed candids of her breathtaking Dennis Basso gown for the first time.
The newly minted Victoria's Secret Angel wore a delicate Zac Posen design with an exquisite (and lengthy) veil to match.
This show-stopping Armani Privé gown marked the bride's fifth wedding dress.
Guy Ritchie's bride said "I Do" in a dreamy white creation with an elongated train.
Fit for a princess doesn't even begin to cover the exquisite design that is this pale pink Valentino Haute Couture wedding dress.
The star's breathtaking Valentino gown almost stopped traffic in London.
Williams' slim-fitting Carmen Marc Valvo dress was one of two stunning bridal confections she wore on her big day.
The Easy A star said "I do" in a delicate lilac design with floral appliqués.
The Newsroom alum wore a vintage yellow dress when she married The Blair Witch Project star Joshua Leonard on May 24, 2015.
The Glee star got married to her longtime love Taylor Hubbell on May 16 in a classic ivory gown featuring crystal beading at the waist and a cream-hued lace overlay.
The Spice Girl got married on May 15 in a sweeping, lace-embroidered Phillipa Lepley confection featuring a sheer illusion neckline and sleeves.
The model married singer John Legend in a stunningly voluminous Vera Wang confection featuring a strapless bodice and dreamy layers of tulle on the skirt.
Elizabeth and David Emanuel designed Lady Di's famous gown, which was made of ivory silk taffeta and antique lace. The voluminous sleeves, ruffled neckline and enormous 25-foot train added the drama that was fit for, well, a princess.
The bride's breathtaking white-lace Givenchy Haute Couture wedding dress was custom-designed for her by close friend Riccardo Tisci, and featured sheer illusion sleeves (not to mention sexy side cut-outs), a high neck and floor-sweeping train. The star completed her look with a long, ethereal silk veil.
The silver screen icon made a statement in yellow for her fifth marriage—to actor Richard Burton, who was also the groom for her sixth wedding—in a short marigold dress and floral crown.
The talented musician wore a stunning gown created by Humberto Leon for Kenzo during her wedding to music producer Alan Ferguson.
Jackie O's iconic gown from her first wedding to John F. Kennedy has become a hallmark for bridal elegance: The ivory silk taffeta confection was designed by Ann Lowe (one of the first African American couturiers to be accepted in the mainstream during that era), and featured a ruched bodice and flower detailing on the skirt. (The bride's floor-sweeping lace veil belonged to her grandmother.)