10 Gorgeous Celebrity Wedding Gowns (2017 Edition)
Swoon and fall in love with these beautiful brides and their dresses.
(SPOT.ph) It's no secret that the one of the biggest highlights to any wedding is the walk down the aisle—and nothing makes a grander entrance than a dreamy, scene-stealing gown. Whether you prefer classic and understated or an all-out, head-turning masterpiece, these dresses made these 10 radiant celebrity brides glow on their special day.
Designer: Francis Libiran
Celebrity couple Paul Jake Castillo and Kaye Abad wowed fans with a beautifully minimalist prenup shoot, but it's her incredible gown that had everyone talking. The custom-made dress is every bride's dream come true, from the lengthy train to the intricately structured bodice encrusted with crystals. We especially love the deep back that features the same handcrafted detailing.
Designer: Lihi Hod
Solenn Heussaff's "dream dress" is from Israeli designer Lihi Hod—a meticulously detailed number that wows in its understated elegance, beautifully delicate lacework, and sexy silhouette. Plus, the lovely off-shoulder neckline is a perfect fit for her rustic and romantic reception.
Designer: Vera Wang
Toni Gonzaga was every inch the glowing bride in a Vera Wang serpentine gown paired with bejeweled Louboutins. Her strapless ivory dress, which features a classic sweetheart neckline, accentuates her petite frame. Meanwhile, the lush tulle and mermaid silhouette add an extra oomph and sophistication to an otherwise simple ensemble.
Designer: Ezra Santos
It's hard not to ooh and aah at this ethereal creation by Ezra Santos. Inspired by the wedding gown of Princess Grace of Monaco, it reportedly took six months to piece everything together. The embroidered lace is embellished with 70,000 Swarovski crystals, and features a high neckline that still shows off a bit of skin with its transparent bodice. The jaw-dropping highlight, of course, is the detachable train—also dotted with Swarovski jewels, of course.
Designer: Monique Lhullier
Georgina Wilson's gorgeous gown is fit for a princess...and an It Girl. The Monique Lhullier creation is made with layers upon layers of tulle to create a princess cut silhouette. The impeccable rose gold beadwork, which extends from the sleeves down to the hem of the skirt, adds an extra dose of chic elegance.
Designer: Rosa Clara
Bea Soriano opted for a RTW fit for her fairytale garden wedding. Perfect for brides who prefer a simple sheath silhouette, this sleeved Rosa Clara number is all sorts of romantic and ethereal. The tulle overlay and delicate beading make Bea a sight to behold—especially in a venue as dream-like as hers.
Designer: Sassa Jimenez
Staying true to her fun personality, musician Saab Magalona's pale pink frock is the perfect balance of spunky and traditional. The dress features a sweetheart neckline and silk bodice, but it's the punk-inspired details—the blush color, rhinestone-studded waist, and frothy tulle skirt—that make it stand out in a crowd.
Designer: Rosa Clara
Just like her sweet and under-the-radar festivities, Bianca Gonzalez went the understated route with a ready-to-wear number by Rosa Clara. The gown, which is from the Soft by Rosa Clara collection, is made of soft tulle and intricate embroidery that goes perfectly with Palawan's scenic beachside. The dress may be '20s-inspired, but the sheath silhouette and Bianca's radiance are just timeless.
Designer: Elie Saab
Many girls dream of walking down the aisle in an exquisite Elie Saab creation, and Nikki Gil did just that. The silk gown is a perfect mix of white lace, floral detail with gorgeous beading, and a dramatic A-line train. Simple doesn't always have to mean boring; in fact, Nikki's gown only highlights just how stunning a bride she can be.
Designer: Michael Cinco
In true Marian Rivera fashion, she exchanged vows in the most grandiose and dramatic way you can think of, enlisting Michael Cinco to create this breathtaking P2 million dress. The result? An off-shoulder ball gown that's swathed in French lace and Swarovski crystals, cinched at her tiny waist, and with a jaw-dropping train that cascades behind her. Talk about going all out!