These brides were certainly willing to make an impression, even if not necessarily a good one.
They Have an Orange Crush on Each Other and It Shows
Suddenly, all we can think of is “Fanta,” “Orange Crush,” “Sunkist,” “Orangina.”
The Least Practical Wedding Dress in the History of Wedding Dresses
We look at some of the wedding dresses on this list and we genuinely have no idea what to say.
Didn’t Cher Wear This Dress to the Met Gala Once?
Unfortunately, designers don’t succeed every single time, and their final product might end up looking more like mockery.
A Moment of Silence for All Those Poor Peacocks
Some brides are willing to do anything to make their wedding day an unforgettable experience.
A Wedding Ensemble Worthy of Mama June and Sugar Bear
It’s tradition for brides to wear a white dress to their special day, but just because they’re wearing a dress that’s white like most brides do, it doesn’t mean that their dress can’t be unique, or memorable.
Yeah, We’re Gonna Go Ahead and Skip the Cake This Time
We don’t know why, but this makes us think of mysterious deep-sea creatures.
There Are “revealing Dresses” and Then There’s This
These brides were definitely not afraid to leave a lasting impression, whether it was a good one or not.
This Bride Is Not “Kitten” Around with Her Cat-Themed Dress
The ombre orange dress and bright veil make us think of a variety of orange sodas: “Fanta,” “Orange Crush,” “Sunkist,” “Orangina.”
Please Welcome to the Dance Floor, Mr. And Mrs. Jellyfish
Looking at some of the wedding dresses on this list, we’re at a loss for words.
Pretty in Pink Meets All Sorts of Chaos
While designers often look to nature for inspiration, sometimes their creations end up being more of a mockery than an homage.
Is the Bride Underdressed or Is Everyone Else Overdressed?
Some brides will go to great lengths to ensure that their wedding day is unforgettable.
When a designer runs out of fabric but they’ve got plenty of old newspapers
Just because brides traditionally wear white doesn’t mean their dresses can’t be unique and memorable.
We can’t quite put our finger on it, but this dress reminds us of enigmatic deep-sea creatures.
Pregnant and Proud Would Be a Good Name for a Reality Show
“Pregnant and Proud” Would Make a Great Title for a Reality Show Nowadays, it’s not as taboo for a bride to be pregnant on her wedding day as it used to be, but it’s still naive to think that society doesn’t judge such brides at all. Therefore, many brides-to-be who discover they’re expecting may try to conceal their baby bumps with flowing gowns or large bouquets.
Don’t Look Directly at the Bride
The Bride Is So Bright, You Need Sunglasses When people see a radiant bride ready for her big day, they often describe her as angelic or regal. But for this particular bride, one might say she’s as bright as the sun – not because of her warmth and life-giving properties, but because gazing directly at her might cause retinal damage or blindness.
It’s Not a Phase, Mom, This Is My Wedding Outfit
It’s Not Just a Phase, Mom – This Is My Wedding Outfit Do you cringe when looking back at old pictures of yourself, realizing how odd you used to look or how seriously you took yourself? Do you recall bickering with your parents about what to wear and insisting, “This isn’t just a phase, mom – this is who I really am”? How did that work out for you? We wonder how this young couple will feel when they revisit this snapshot years from now.
And the Bride Wore a White Barely-There See-Through Tulle Onesie
And the Bride Wore… What, Exactly? We acknowledge that this photo doesn’t feature an actual wedding, since the model’s pose, hair, and makeup suggest a runway show. Of course, not everything displayed in a fashion show makes it to stores, but designers put on such shows to entice people into purchasing their wares, don’t they?
When the Veil Offers More Coverage Than the Dress
When the Veil Is More Modest Than the Dress We’re perplexed by brides like this one who opt for an immodest ensemble on their wedding day but cover their arms with lengthy gloves. After all, no one’s likely to be ogling their forearms. This bride didn’t even go for a traditional gown, instead choosing a bedazzled wedding crop top and mini-skirt set, a statement garter, and an embroidered star covering her navel.
When You Already Spent All Your Budget on Fancy Ice Sculptures
When You Blow Your Budget on Ice Sculptures Obviously, we don’t know if this is truly what happened, but we couldn’t help chuckling at the idea that this couple misjudged their wedding expenses and ended up spending all their funds on fancy ice sculptures. With no money left for proper attire, they fashioned their outfits from the lace that the bride had intended to use for her veil.
If the Words “too Much” Were a Wedding Dress
When “Too Much” Is an Understatement for Your Wedding Dress Some of the dresses on this list are too skimpy, but others are way too voluminous. Take this creation by Viktor & Rolf, for example. It was one of the dresses featured in their Spring 2011 Paris Fashion Week show, and it epitomizes excess. The dress is as wide as the runway itself! How did they even manage to fit the model into it?
A Wedding Dress for a Fashion-Forward Lady
A Nontraditional Gown for a Fashion-Forward Bride One might expect a bride from a noble family to wear a conventional wedding dress, but Lady Mary Charteris of the Scottish Charteris family doesn’t seem concerned about societal expectations. For her 2012 wedding, she didn’t go to designers favored by high society such as Vera Wang or Oscar de la Renta – she went to Pam Hogg, known for dressing Lady Gaga on numerous occasions.
No Garter? No Problem – Shoelaces It Is
No Garter? No Problem – Use Your Shoelaces We find it hard to believe that someone would actually wear this outfit to their wedding, but then again, none of the other dresses on this list resemble
When You’re Getting Married at 8 but You Need to Be at Burning Man at 9
The woman on the right looks like she’s going straight from her wedding ceremony to Burning Man, with a skirt made out of disposable plastic spoons, while the woman on the left’s outfit barely qualifies as an outfit.
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Kiss From a Rose, or Kiss From an Onion?
This dress, inspired by a beautiful flower, looks like it was inspired by the onion carriage Fiona and Shrek used to go on their honeymoon in the first Shrek movie.
Kid Rock and Pam Anderson in the Most Kid Rock and Pam Anderson Wedding Ever
Kid Rock and Pam Anderson had four wedding ceremonies in 2006, but the first one is the most memorable because it was the most “Kid Rock and Pam Anderson.”
When a Bride Really, Really Wants to Be the Center of Attention
Some brides crave attention and won’t let anyone steal their thunder, even if it means wearing a heavy outfit that enforces social distancing.
A Dress so Big, It Enforces Social Distancing
This woman says she “personally designed” her dress, which was made “by one of New York’s upcoming designers,” but we’re not sure she should be on Vogue’s list of most fashionable brides.
Who Wants to Buy a Questionable Wedding Dress for $215,000?
The bride in this image looks out of place wearing what appears to be a revealing outfit in a serious religious ceremony.
This Looks a Little Inappropriate
This dress looks like a tampon, and it screams 1960s couture.
We’re Gonna Go Ahead and Say It – This Dress Looks Like a Tampon
This lady designed her own wedding gown made with wool from her favorite sheep, Olivia, a Lincoln Longwool breed.
This Bride’s About to Promise She “wool” Always Love Her Groom
This dress is made from a material that became precious in 2020, despite not being made from traditional wedding dress fabrics.
A Dress Made From the Most Precious Material of 2020
Celine Dion’s dress from the 1990s is a good example of the wacky fashion of that decade, and serves as a humbling experience when looking at celebrity wedding attire from that era.
When You Do a Throwback, but You Go Too Far Back
Some brides go too far back with their throwback attire, and it becomes more costume than fashion.
You Don’t Wanna Hold This Bride Too Tightly
Holding the Bride in a Balloon Dress – We have to give credit to the designer of this balloon dress for creating a surprisingly flattering silhouette. Despite being made entirely of balloons, it doesn’t resemble a shapeless blob. It’s impressive how skilled they must be at balloon modeling. But let’s get back to the topic at hand.
This Wedding Dress Definitely Ruffled Some Feathers
A Feathered Wedding Dress – At first glance, this white dress seems unremarkable. It’s long and covers enough skin for a church ceremony. However, the wings and feathers seem out of place, like they belong in a costume or Halloween attire.
Why Do You Do This to Us, Fashion Designers?
Questionable Fashion Choices – Fashion shows are supposed to showcase a designer’s latest ideas for the upcoming season, yet sometimes the designs are downright confusing. What are they thinking?
An Expensive Dress We Wouldn’t Want to Buy Even if We Could Afford It
An Expensive and Unappealing Dress – This wedding dress may be an iconic creation from a prestigious French fashion house, but it’s not practical or attractive for most brides. We wouldn’t wear it, even if we could afford it.
A Dress Inspired by Ivy Looks Exactly Like What You’d Think
A Poison Ivy-Inspired Dress – If Poison Ivy from DC Comics decided to wear a traditional white gown on her wedding day, would it look like this dress? It seems fitting for the character, but we’re not sure if it would be the best choice.
Blushing Bride or Flower Girl?
A Puzzling Wedding Dress – This image exudes luxury and exclusivity, but the wedding dress leaves us perplexed. It’s undoubtedly well-made, but it’s unclear what the designer was trying to achieve.
Ladies and Gentlemen, We Present You the Diaper Dress
The Diaper Dress – It’s admirable how resourceful and innovative some people can be. When this designer ran out of fabric for a wedding gown, they improvised and created a dress using diapers.
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