10 or more celebrities that everyone would love to invite to their wedding!
Going through a fantasy guest list that would include the most coveted wedding-goers across the globe is not an easy task. We thought of haute style women that rarely attend weddings such as American Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour, who recently opened her Long Island seaside home for her son Charlie Shaffer’s wedding, to fashion e-commerce expert Elizabeth Cordry, while she also attended – Chanel-clad – the Clooneys’ wedding in Venice. We also brought up Cara Delevigne’s delicate image as her sister’s bridesmaid, breaking the rules and wearing white. But we ended up with famous people who scored repeatedly, or at least once, ground-breaking appearances as guests, grooms or brides!
She and Jay Z recently (‘On The Run’ show in Miami) presented their fans with a rare video from their super private wedding back in 2008. She was hot in her rule-breaking form-fitting white dress, attending sister Solange’s wedding to Alan Ferguson. She’s even been a wedding-crasher while visiting a church in Portofino during vacation this summer. Wearing little more than a bikini and a sarong, she posed with the beautiful bride! Apparently, she has all the credentials for the most desirable celeb guest!
The event-organizer/author is a regular at the lavish nuptials of the British upper crust. Following the typical Middletonesque dress-code (nude tights, feathered fascinators, and sheath dresses), but also experimenting a bit more than Kate, she usually attracts legions of paparazzi. Her stunning unconventionally-colored (white) Alexander McQueen bridesmaid gown at the Royal wedding earned her extra points as a socialite that creates headlines for every wedding she attends.
It would be way harder to convince her to attend your wedding, but it would be worth it! After all, she is this century’s most famous bride and she’s always giving lessons of modern-day regal elegance. Kate regularly attends weddings, often in pastel-hued coat dresses. We love the fact that she never tries to overshadow the bride, sometimes even recycling fashion or adopting ‘highstreet’.
We could call her the most importantly stylish guest at the British Royal wedding, rocking maternity look with a dark blue shift dress from her line, a matching Phillip Tracey fascinator and sky-high Louboutins! She was equally ‘vogue’ at Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’ nuptials (2006) adopting a fresh bob, a black dress and wide-brimmed hat. Even before reinventing herself, she had attended high-profile weddings (e.g. Elton John and David Furnish’s) in fab evening gowns and diamonds! She would definitely add glamour to your wedding!
The ever-young chameleon of style and super model, loves adopting unconventional looks to weddings. She’s also a party girl; quite ideal for the festive atmosphere of a wedding. Kate has sported ballerina shoes, fedoras, and mini dresses with the same easiness and charm she did haute couture gowns. Best looks include a taupe short-suit at Bobby Gillespie’s, a polka dot playsuit at John Hitchcox and Phoebe Vela’s, a silver gown at Leah Wood’s, and a romantic lace dress at Jade Jagger’s wedding.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are rarely seen on such social occasions. The twins ooze bohemian luxe and surprisingly instilled that flair as bridesmaids to a recent wedding in Mexico where they donned chic ivory maxi dresses making their fans swoon! A cameo appearance in opulent caftans was also at stylist Molly Fishkin’s wedding where they offered to design her gown.
AMAL (& GEORGE) CLOONEY
The most envied couple on earth took us by stylish storm during their cinematic wedding in Venice with Hollywood A-listers in attendance. Since then and her unique Oscar de la Renta gown, we are eager to see more snaps of her glam style! When’s the next big wedding?
SARAH JESSICA PARKER
That girl knows fashion and is a very popular actress too, plus her wedding works for years, and her image as bride at the ‘Sex & the City’ movie in a Vivienne Westwood dramatic gown is memorable. She recently became bridesmaid at friend Melinda Relyea’s wedding to James Kearns in Connecticut, and was unconventional enough to get married, back in 1997, in a black dress.
KARL LAGERFELD OR VALENTINO OR GIORGIO ARMANI
No bride would reject the opportunity to have a fashion legend in attendance, or two (it happened at Princess Charlene’s), even more the privilege to wear a custom-made wedding gown. Karl and Giorgio greeted themselves warmly as guests/designers to the Monaco wedding, while Valentino made it to the Princess Madeleine of Sweden and Chris O’Neill’s wedding as well as created her fairytale gown.