Take Inspiration From These 2020 Celebrity Wedding Dresses

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Celebrity Wedding DressesWedding dress shopping can feel panic-inducing! If you don’t have any idea of what you want, then the search for the perfect gown can end with a fashion headache. Before scouring boutiques for the perfect wedding dress, look online to find styles and inspiration for details that you love. Here are six celebrity-wedding dresses from 2020 to add to your wedding inspiration board.

Princess Beatrice’s Wedding Dress

In July 2020, when Princess Beatrice of York married Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, she wore a vintage Norman Harnell gown that belonged to her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. The wedding dress had sheer puffy sleeves and sparkling embellishments. It was remodeled and tailored for Princess Beatrice by Angela Kelly and Stewart Parvin.

Take inspiration from Princess Beatrice in finding a way to repurpose a loved one’s old wedding dress. You could wear the gown as is, for a throwback flair, or you could alter your wedding dress and repurpose it, just like Princess Beatrice did.

Bindi Irwin’s Wedding Dress

When conservationist Bindi Irwin married Chandler Powell in a March ceremony, she arrived in a gown designed by Paddington Weddings, a Brisbane-based boutique. The wedding gown was an ode to her late father, with its sunflower laced sleeves, and mimicked her mother’s wedding dress.

Irwin’s gown is a compelling take on the wedding dress, especially since it showcases her unique style. If you’re not sold on wearing a loved one’s wedding dress, but still want your dress to symbolize them, there are a lot of subtle ways to do so. Irwin gave a nod to her late father with a flower the two enjoyed, and a nod to her mother in that it mimicked her dress. Perhaps consider altering your dress, or sewing on simple details that are meaningful to you.

Debby Ryan’s Wedding Dress

On New Year’s Eve 2019, actress Debby Ryan married long-time boyfriend Josh Dun. For her wedding day, and reception on January 1, Ryan wore two gowns. She wore an off-the-shoulder Elie Saab dress with a long train for the ceremony and then traded it in for a silk slip dress with a thigh-high slit for her reception.

As shown by Ryan, you need not be limited by one wedding dress. Don’t be afraid to go with an extravagant wedding dress for your ceremony and a more lowkey gown for your reception. The sky is the limit, so go with what makes you feel the most comfortable.

Brittany Snow’s Wedding Dress

Actress Brittany Snow married Tyler Stanaland in March in a sleeveless gown with a lace, long-sleeved overlay designed by Jonathan Simkhai. On Instagram, she said her wedding dress made her feel like her most authentic self.

When landing on a decision for a wedding dress, you’ll definitely want to choose something that makes you feel good. You’ll be taking a lot of photographs. You dished out the money, so you might as well take lots of pictures in your gorgeous wedding dress. Choosing a design that makes you feel confident, and authentic, just like Snow did, will elevate your wedding day and ensure you feel great.

Tove Lo’s Wedding Dress

Singer Tove Lo channeled the 1980’s at her July wedding to Charlie Twaddle. Her wedding dress, with its oversized puffy sleeves, high neckline, and tiered skirt, gave a nod to a different decade in an elegant way.

Take inspiration from Tove Lo in not limiting yourself to current trends. If a particular style makes you feel glamorous, go for it! Fashion is not confined to a specific time, so take notes of different eras you like and incorporate those details into your wedding dress as you see fit.

Elizabeth Gillies’s Wedding Dress

In her August wedding to Michael Corcoran, actress Elizabeth Gillies donned a strapless gown with a detachable cape, designed by Britt Wood Designs. She also wore a floral Oscar de la Renta veil that extended past the hem of her dress.

Gillies’s classic and simple wedding dress shows that smaller details, like the floral veil, can really add to your final look. Take inspiration in that your wedding dress is not the end-all, be-all. With the right accessories, you can amplify the parts of your gown that you love, and add to your final wedding ensemble.

Need help planning your upcoming wedding celebration? Contact Knowles Hospitality today to schedule a consultation with one of our talented wedding planners.

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