We have a love/hate relationship with celebrity weddings. On one hand, we are so jealous of how beautiful and extravagant they can be, while on the other hand, we love to gobble up every detail and use them as inspiration for our own ceremonies. Not surprisingly, one of our favorite wedding details to draw inspiration from are the dresses!

We love to see how celebrities show their unique personalities and styles through their gorgeous designer wedding gowns. We’ve chosen a few of our favorite celebrity wedding dresses and matched them with similar styles you can buy for your own nuptials. All of these styles can be found on the Studio I Do website!

Whitney Port

We love Whitney Port’s adorable high-low wedding dress. It shows of her ultra-toned legs and is a great silhouette for a warm-weather wedding! Our pick keeps the lace, high-low style, but has a sweetheart sleeveless neckline instead, making it even more appropriate for a summer wedding!

Whitney Port short long-sleeved wedding dress
Whitney Port in Ashi Studios

Our Pick:

Enzoani Bridal #Letty

Enzoani Letty short lace wedding dress with sleeveless neckline

Angelina Jolie

Of course this dress would be one of our favorites! Angelina Jolie married Brad Pitt in a stunning satin gown embellished with darling doodles done by their children. What could get more adorable than that? If you love the sleek, satin, sleeveless look, our pick keeps it simple and clean. It also includes a sexy illusion deep-V neckline, just to add a little spice to a minimalist look!

Angelina Jolie versace wedding dress on magazine cover
Angelina Jolie in Custom Versace

Our Pick:

Allure Romance #3100

Allure Romance 2018 simple satin wedding dress


What’s not to love about this amazing lace gown? Our favorite feature of Ciara’s dreamy bohemian bridal gown is the dramatic lace bell sleeve! Bohemian wedding dresses have been a huge trend the past few seasons, and we don’t see them disappearing anytime soon! Our pick also includes a flattering A-line silhouette paired with some bell sleeves, but adds some pretty pastel floral appliques as well. Perfect for a spring wedding amidst a ton of fresh flowers!

Ciara in a custom Roberto Cavalli lace wedding dress with sleeves
Ciara in Custom Roberto Cavalli

Our Pick:

Hayley Paige #Rogers

Hayley Paige Rogers wedding dress with floral appliques

Serena Williams

Drama, drama, drama! One of our favorite wedding silhouettes is the dramatic ball gown, which is why we absolutely love this super-poofy tulle wedding gown worn by Serena Williams on her wedding day. This classic silhouette will always be in style, and will never fail to make you look and feel like a princess on the most special day of your life! Our pick keeps the strapless neckline and dramatic tulle skirt, but also includes some layered tulle and lace appliques for a more detailed look.

Serena Williams in a tulle ball gown Alexander McQueen wedding dress
Serena Williams in Alexander McQueen

Our Pick:

Sottero and Midgley #Idris

Sottero and Midgley Idris ball gown wedding dress with a sleeveless neckline


Emmy Rossum

We’ve definitely seen a rise in classic, minimalist wedding dresses in recent seasons, so we love Emmy Rossum’s sleek and chic gown that gives her a super classy and romantic vibe! Our dress keeps to the classy, minimalist vibe, but spices it up with a trumpet silhouette and some illusion cutouts on the sides. One thing we adore about simple wedding gowns is that it allows you to go more all-out with accessories without being too overwhelming!

Emmy Rossum in a simple Carolina Herrera wedding dress
Emmy Rossum in Carolina Herrera

Our Pick:

Sottero and Midgley #Cohen

Sottero and Midgley Cohen simple satin fitted wedding dress

We hope you gained some good inspiration for your own dream wedding dress! To browse more gorgeous gowns, visit the Studio I Do website, then book an appointment and visit us at one of our in-store locations at Roanoke, Virginia Beach and Chesapeake, Virginia. We would love to help make your wedding dreams a reality!

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