Wednesday, 2 December 2015

The 5 Wedding Dresses for 2015

Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello

An Absolute Gorgeous Dress by Zuhair Murad, he never seem to fail lately, but this dress is more than anything a bride could ask for, with 350 Crystals, 6.6 Pounds of Pearls, and 11 Pounds of Sequins, not to mention 32 atelier employees between Paris and Beirut working on the gown for 1,657  hours.
and her rehearsing dinner dress was also a Zuhair Murad's Dress. YES!

Nicky Hilton & James Rothschild

Nicky Hilton Wore a very traditional, classic, high neck, long sleeves, 10 foot train, costume embroidered Valentino Gown, design by creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli, and an Ivory Christian Louboutin Pumps, personalized with Mrs Rothschild on the heels as she marries "James Rothschild"

Sofia Hellqvist & Price Carl Phillip

a Fairy tale, Sweden's Prince Carl Phillip married the former model and reality TV star Sofia Hellqvist (royal title now is HRH Princess Sofia, Duchess of Värmland) in the chapel of the Royal Palace in Stockholm on June 13 2015.

Her dress was created by Swedish designer Ida Sjöstedt, it was made from Silk Crepe, overlaid with Italian Silk Organza, featured intricate couture lace, and was made in 3 shades of white, the stunning train was hand cut and stitched, with an embroidered veil, the fairy tale was completed with an emerald-and-diamond tiara

Angelababy & Huang Xiaoming 

Dress Designed by Dior, a Satin organza featuring floral bouquets lace embroidery stitched onto Angelababy's Gown, Sheer Sleeves, and a 10-foot long train took 5 months to make.

 Jewelry were Chaumet designed pieces. Diamond Tiara and siz-carat engagement ring that reportedly cost over $1.5 million 

 Whitney Port & Tim Rosenman

At the start, Whitney saw a dress from the latest couture collection and she got inspired for an idea for her costume made wedding dress by Ashi StudioMohammed Ashi explained. “It was inspired by a vintage chandelier from Venice and Florence.”  The subtle silver shine is thanks to a beading technique called "zardozi."

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