Get Inspired by Iconic Wedding Dress Designs from History

Unique Wedding Dresses Emma & Grace

When it comes to wedding dresses, history is filled with breathtaking unique wedding dresses that have captivated the world and left a lasting impact on bridal fashion. From royal weddings to Hollywood stars, these iconic dresses have become timeless symbols of elegance and romance.


In 1956, Hollywood actress Grace Kelly married Prince Rainier III of Monaco, and her wedding dress remains one of the most iconic and influential designs in history. Created by costume designer Helen Rose, the dress featured a high-necked lace bodice with long sleeves and a full skirt made from silk taffeta and tulle. The exquisite gown was embellished with thousands of tiny pearls, and the veil, made of delicate lace, was adorned with beautiful appliqué designs.


In 1971, Bianca Jagger, the Nicaraguan-born actress and socialite, chose  to wear a daring Yves Saint Laurent white pantsuit, complete with a wide-brimmed hat, when she married famous rock star Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones. Bianca's bold fashion statement challenged norms and paved the way for more modern and non-traditional bridal looks. Her sleek and sophisticated pantsuit remains an inspiration for brides seeking to make a stylish and unique statement on their wedding day.


Finally, the wedding of Lady Diana Spencer to Prince Charles in 1981 was a global sensation, and the beautiful princess’ dress did not disappoint. Designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel, the dress was an extravagant masterpiece that exuded romance and grandeur. The gown featured a voluminous skirt with layers of silk taffeta and antique lace, complete with a 25-foot long train, the longest in royal history. The iconic dress was also adorned with sequins, pearls, and embroidery, making it a true fairytale creation fit for a princess.