Here's What 9 Celebrities Wore to Their Wedding Receptions
When you're a celebrity who has fashion's biggest designers at your beck and call, it's only natural to ask them to make not just one, but at least two dresses for your big day weekend. Don't get us wrong, we're not complaining. To the contrary—that way there's a lot more wedding #inspo for us to marvel at.
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After walking down the aisle in a gorgeous Reem Acra gown, the Pitch Perfect actress changed into this fun number by designer Hayley Paige.
We still have goosebumps when we think of Ciara's wedding dress—an out-of-this-world dreamy Cavalli Couture Chantilly lace gown with a detachable train that transformed the regal gown into an elegant post-ceremony dress.
Gabrielle Union said "I do" to NBA star Dwayne Wade clad in a jawdropping Dennis Basso princess gown and changed for the reception in this chic sweetheart-neck dress by the same designer.
Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady had two weddings because, we imagine, that's what you do when you are Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady. The first one was a rather private affair that took place in California with only the couple's closest friends and family. For the reception at their second wedding in Costa Rica, Bündchen wore this beautiful slip number and by the looks of it, it was perfect for dancing.
When our favorite model/human being, Chrissy Teigen, got hitched to John Legend in 2013, she wore three(!) wedding dresses by Vera Wang, including this showstopping red number.
Of course, Sofía Vergara took our breath away when she walked down the aisle in a custom hand-embroidered Zuhair Murad gown. Once the ceremony was over, the Modern Family actress removed the dress's detachable train and comfortably danced the night away.
Comedian Kevin Hart and his longtime partner, Eniko Parrish, got hitched in a beautiful ceremony in Santa Barbara, California, for which the bride wore a deep V-neck mermaid gown. For the reception, Parrish chose a sexy lace Vera Wang dress with a gorgeous low-cut back.
It was the royal wedding of the century—all eyes were on Kate Middleton and Prince William on April 29, 2011, when the couple got married at Westminster Abbey in London. Later that day, the couple hosted a wedding reception in Buckingham Palace to which Middleton wore this elegant sweetheart-neck Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen gown.
Solange Knowles and Alan Ferguson's all-white wedding was an affair to remember. After saying "I do" in a beautiful Kenzo dress, Solange changed into a chic Stéphane Rolland jumpsuit and, together with the couple's 200 guests, danced in the streets of New Orleans.