What’s the cost of an average wedding? Five thousand dollars? Or, $10,000? They’re both wrong. A recent survey found the average wedding cost $35,329. It’s a lot of money. Since weddings cost too much, many people are sacrificing to reduce the cost. They don’t need the super expensive venue as another is almost as good. Wedding dress is always one of the most costly items, and spending thousands for a garment you’ll wear once is hard. But what if there was no price limit? That’s the joy celebrities feel on their wedding day.
When famous people get married, they don’t have to think about how much it costs. Many could spend a million on their wedding, not bat an eye! Can you imagine? Oh, something fascinating comes with infinite funds – they can do something for better or worse. Often their choices are little below classy.
One of the main variables is the wedding dress. Celebs tend to get the perfect one but sometimes they can completely go off base. We noticed several celebrities who had exactly what they expected, but they turned out to look much worse than they ever imagined.
British actress and screenwriter Emma Thompson married Kenneth Branagh in 1989. All we have to say is the dress looks like it came from 1989, except the fabric was stolen from bus seats. Also, what’s on her head? Does her feather make her Yankee Doodle?
Anne Hathaway is one of the oldest women ever. It was expected that her wedding would be as stunning as she was, but her dress went a little overboard. What’s the all that tulle? She looked like a poofy disaster. A little less tulle was a pleasant change.
Meghan Markle’s elegant, and whoever disagrees is incorrect. That said this dress wasn’t painfully her. The queen clearly had input as it covered too much and her second wedding dress was much flattering. This one hung on her body without the weighty fabric accentuating anything.
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Dita Von Teese and Marilyn Manson’s wedding was sure…something. Not exactly what, but it’s going to be something. Considering what could have happened, wasn’t dress the worst but colour? The colour looks almost painful. It’s loud, too much. If it was an accent colour, the colour wouldn’t be bad. It’s been the whole thing.
Is Judy Garland a Vegas showgirl in this photo? It’s hard to say. Fortunately, she’s stocked on fringe—plenty there’s for five wedding dresses.
Pamela Anderson thought it would be cool to marry Kid Rock in a bikini. It’s not Earth’s classiest pass, but what should anybody expect from these two? Obviously, Pamela and Kid Rock didn’t take it seriously. The wedding wasn’t long, which isn’t too surprising.
Ulrika Johnson is a UK TV host and her wedding was lovely, but her dress wasn’t. Many people criticized her outfit, and she regretted her decision. She said, “I’ll regret that leg of mutton sleeves forever.” Why did anyone let those sleeves out the door?!
What’s that dress? Tina Turner will do better. The green poofy gown looked like something would appear in Wicked’s play. The colour wasn’t very flattering, and we’re not a front leggings fan.
Angelina Jolie went from grunge to strong mom. When she started adopting, her kids became her life, and we’re on board. But this dress was needless. She had her kids draw whatever they wanted, and then she put it in the veil over the dress. That’s going to be no, dawg.
Princess Diana may be among the most stunning women ever but you can’t say the same for her wedding dress. It was huge at the time, also criticized for being too much. It had puffy, ruffled sleeves, lace, sequins, 10,000 pearls and enough poof to conceal another wedding dress.
Celine Dion looked fantastic on her wedding day except headdress. What’s that on her head? It took attention away from her face, which you don’t want to do at your wedding. The dress looked good, except for center gold accents. There wasn’t much gold elsewhere, so it stuck out, but that was her least problem.
Let’s be honest, Marilyn Monroe looked great at everything, including this dress. But it’s such a weird wedding dress selection. She appears to be setting sail for the new world on the Mayflower.
There’s no reason to wear white at your wedding, but with this unusual “wedding dress,” Bette Davis did just a little more than avoid white. Her casual look seems to suggest “a day at races” more than “holy wedding.”
Victoria Beckham’s bouquet that looks like a massive clump of weeds covers some of that hideous dress, but that’s all the good it’s doing. Fortunately, her marriage to David Beckham lasted, because we’d hate to see what kind of dubious dress she got for a second wedding.
June’s not recognized as an elegant lady. With her history, it’s shocking the dress cut was pretty good. The worst is “colour” choices. Why was it orange-camo? Hunting has a place, not at a wedding.
If you’ve seen Wicked, you’ve seen Megan Hilty singing. She’s a great dancer and actress, but her wedding dress was pretty revealing. The front was so poor that it rivaled a dancer in Vegas. Anything so provocative is not something a bride should wear on her wedding day. Yikes.
Sarah Ferguson, York’s Duchess, married when she was super famous with shoulder pads in 1986, but that didn’t mean she wanted any so large she could sail. The rest of the dress was beautiful, but Fergie, honey, those sleeves are a felony.
Jada Pinkett-Smith is a style icon, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t make mistakes. When she married Will Smith, her dress wasn’t what you’d expect from this fashionista. It was a mock gown of silk and crushed velvet. Well, at least you can say the marriage was special.
Luisana Lopilato is an Argentine model who married Michael Bublé in 2011. Since she’s a model, you’d think she’d have a great fashion sense. This clothing suggests otherwise. The tiered skirt doesn’t look good. It seems like layered, childish tutus.
You have to have a hideous dress to upstage the emo haircut of your middle-aged husband, but somehow Nicole Kidman manages to do it. She should give some of her lace and sleeve length to the less fortunate.
Rita Wilson’s dress is terrible from top to bottom—thankfully, it’s cut like a mini-skirt, so moving isn’t much distance. This one looks less like a wedding dress than a craft store blast.
Brigitte Bardot will marry as soon as she milks cows and shears sheep. It’s not that the look of the gingham, Elly May Clampett look isn’t cute—that it’s you’re a French beauty and celebrity on your wedding day.
British actress Helen Worth may be a soap opera icon for her long-running appearance on Coronation Street, but even her most ardent fans couldn’t be alright with this wedding abomination. She manages to look futuristic and dated in all the worst ways—like she’s a year 3000 schoolmarm.
Jane Fonda had just completed her go-go dancer change when she decided to marry. Or that’s what this dress tells me. Another example of a perfectly cute dress at a wildly inappropriate moment.
Nothing in this dubious wedding dress says marital bliss like a broken potato sack—or at least that seems to be what Katharine Hepburn thought.
No no, Shirley Temple. You’ve mixed it all! The bridesmaids should wear an ugly dress, not you! This looks better for a sci-fi-themed prom in the 1950s than your wedding day.
After the Victorian era, Liza Minnelli had obviously waited to get married, if her dress is any indication. I’m saying if you’re going to go mad, you’ve got to go crazy all the way—you can’t just chicken out at the waist as she did.
Julianne Moore leaves her wedding or a Sadie Hawkins dance—with that dress, it’s hard to say. Clearly, though, they’ve had fun, because everyone’s incredibly disheveled.
Natalie Wood had a Wind-themed wedding—in the sense that her wedding dress looks like it’s made of curtains. This home decor trend is only reinforced by getting party streamers coming out of her head.
Singer Kelis is probably most famous for her hit “Milkshake” in the mid-2000s, but I guarantee this wedding dress, obviously made by leprechauns, won’t carry anyone to the yard. The groom at least looks fine!