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They Had No Idea Why Their Wedding Dresses Stole The Spotlight

Weddings should be devoted to the eternal union of one man and one woman. Of course, this is how it should be. Sometimes, things get out of hand. One such example is when the bride tends to overdo her dress. Instead of participating in an intimate wedding, the unsuspecting guests get unwillingly dragged into a glorified fashion show. Let’s see 32 of the most craziest gowns ever!

Teen Bride & A $235,000 Dress

This young couple really outdid themselves in terms of style. Evka, who is only 19, managed to pull off one of the most extravagant style moves ever. With such an outrageous dress, this teen bride made headlines all over the world. Talk about investing in your wedding.


Getting Tipsy Off The Bride

Many gowns on this list are merely for show. This one is very much utilitarian and brilliant, in every sense of the word. This young lady managed to pull off being a wine rack, all while looking absolutely fabulous. If you don’t want to chase the waiter for your tenth glass of chardonnay, grab one of the bride.


Taking a love for animals to the extreme

We saw the bride and groom coordinating their outfits. We also saw bridesmaids also having matching outfits. But what about the bride going for the sheep look? Such an occurrence is unheard of, but this young lady surely didn’t have trouble pulling it off. We get that animals are out best friends, but sometimes love can go overboard.


A bride with some additional air

Balloons are an essential of every birthday party or celebration. Even weddings can be equipped with them, in moderate quantities. Sometimes, adding balloons to your wedding gown may seem a little bit too much. By the looks of her husband, he must have been afraid to burst her bubble (no pun intended).


Is there such a thing as too much?

This bride was incredibly influenced by the carnival in Rio. She wanted an exact recreation of what the dancers were wearing, but even more fabulous. Intricate feather schemes, sequins in every direction and strange fabric patterns – there are just some details of this wedding gown masterpiece.


Easy on the frills there, girl

Let’s be honest, frills can make a good wedding dress an amazing one. Also, frills can make a good wedding dress a catastrophe if there’s too much of them. It seems like this bride didn’t believe the latter statement was true. If the frills weren’t enough, she decided to top everything off with an over-the-top tijara.


Fairy tale wedding

Many girls say that they want a wedding straight out of a fairy tale. This girl right here too this saying to seriously and decided to one-up every wedding in human history. Wings attached to her gown and the size of the gown itself make up for a dazzling fashion display. Prince charming looks impressed too.


Fusing art and holy matrimony

Michelle brought new light to the wedding gown world! This young lady definitely has her way with making a design be both functional and beautiful. Using an urban-graffiti style, she added the first letters of her and her husband’s name to the design. It’s safe to say the plan worked out perfectly.


Adding a little bit of color to the mix

There is one downside about every great wedding gown, according to some. That problem is the lack of color. Many people simply don’t like the all-white tradition. This young lady decided to keep the tradition intact, but add a pinch of creativity to the mix. The sparkly frills and rhinestones rounded up the design amazingly.


When camouflage goes all wrong

Rebelling against a tradition is in our nature. Therefore, every once in a while, we strive to create new trends from old ones. This process may yield amazing results, but it can also yield real-life disasters. Although this dress could have been both daring and dazzling, the dazzling part is lost due to a bad realization.


Art can manifest itself in many forms

This young couple decided to go down the spooky route. After pulling off stunning and realistic masks, they wanted to round the day up. Their choice was a single-use suit and dress. Her gown was made out of paper plates and forms, while his suit was entirely out of garbage bags. Strange, but stylish.


When you get to lit for your own wedding

Tradition breaking seems to be the theme of this list. This young lady decided to follow up on creating controversial gowns. Instead of a classic all-white setup, she opted to add poorly-drawn fumes and flames. The priest was especially pleased when he saw her scorching flames of hell.


Walk the plank with me, landlubber

There is only one rule when it comes to doing pirate-themed weddings – go all out. That’s what these two landlubbers just did. The bride was particularly stunning, with a corset dress and a sideways hat to top off a beautiful shade of gray. She must have made her captain very proud with her style. Arr!


The wedding blues

In today’s world, there are many options for wedding gowns. One of these options is the risky road, doing something outrageous and unheard of. It can either backfire or amaze. With a depressing shade of blue and silver rhinestones, it’s not sure what this girl wanted to pull off. Hot or not?


Girl, be your own man

We hear about feminists preaching independence from men all the time, but this girl took it too seriously. Hats off to the seamstress who had the nerves and the skill to connect both a suit and a wedding gown. This expressive fashion undertaking surely didn’t go unnoticed.


A walking cake

This bride must have been thinking – Weddings are crowded and it’s going to take a lot of effort to get to the cake. If I could only find a way to be closer to the cake… Wait, what if I was the cake? Her flaming-red hair goes hand in hand with the incredible design of her gown.


A lifetime worth of pink frills

Many girls think of themselves as fabulous princesses when they are little girls. For some, this belief stays strong even in adulthood. There is nothing that says princess more than a spoiled face, along with a tiara and a dress with big pink frills.


When you get tired of tradition

This couple busted out every move in the book! A rainbow wave over a black base makes up for a daring wedding combination. While this may or may not be stylish, they look happy – and that’s all that matters. We hope that they had a great day.


A walking bakery

Looks like this lady and the wine glass-dress girl were in cahoots. There is no other logical explanation for turning your gown into a walk display of donuts and cupcakes. Who knows, maybe she wanted to save money by not hiring waiters for the reception19

Is overdoing it too much still over doing it?

This charming bride wanted to make her special day memorable for everyone. In order to accomplish this, she wanted to have a train long enough for everyone to hold it. The guests somehow managed to pull the carrying off and allow her to turn her dreams into reality.


Star-spangled bride

Patriotism is a great feeling that pulls people closer together. It can be a tool that promotes stronger bonds and tradition. This young lady deemed it important enough to be a part of her wedding gown. Although unorthodox, this design just may work flawlessly.


Frills for days

This girl didn’t want to move from tradition, but still wanted a flash of something new. That flash in the form of a beautiful, multi-layered frill system. The colors are stacked in a strange, but functional way. And above all else, she looks and seems happy that her design finally came to life.


An autumn setup

Autumn nature weddings are great. If the weather serves you, you can enjoy a spectacular ceremony around all the different shades of red, orange and green. This bride wanted to mix traditional with daring and the result is this amazing masterpiece of a dress.


When a love for cacti meets wedding gowns

This young woman here adores cacti. Because the wedding ceremony was her time to shine, she wanted to include her beloved plants into the mix. A strange, somewhat peculiar dress was the result of her quest for wedding style. She pulled it off amazingly!


Ferrero ‘till death do us apart

Ferrero Rocher is the pinnacle of sweets around the world. This couple surely recognized the significance of their favorite candy. Therefore, they wanted to include it into the wedding. With a candy-filled gown, the bride was one sweet sight to behold.


Sports give birth to something special

Karen is a big fan of Manchester City. She wanted to include her beloved club into her second wedding ceremony. Using all the game shirts she owns, she meticulously sowed them together to make this masterpiece. The result is simply stunning!


Cat woman…sort of

Hello Kitty isn’t just a cartoon, it’s a way of life for some people. This lovely lady embodies what Hello Kitty fandom is all about. With just a pinch of the kitten on her white dress, she managed to come off as stunning and stylish.


Merging that which can’t be merged

Mixing styles is not easy to pull off. This biker bride wanted to mix classy with casual. White shorts and a white gown aren’t something you see every day. This couple loves bikes all too much and they wanted to stay true to themselves. We love that the veil was included, too.


(Un)holy matrimony

These two must love their punk rock lifestyle The bride didn’t abandon the customary setup, she just made it better! We’re sure those demonic horns went well with the priest who had the task of marrying them. If the kids are happy and in love, we’re sure the man above doesn’t mind!


An avian attire

White swans are a symbol of elegance and pizzazz. It’s every bride’s dream of becoming as elegant as a black swan in its most majestic state. This young lady took this too seriously and added feathers to her gown. She doesn’t look too happy with the result.


Mixing culture

This women from East Asia wanted to add a pinch of her own culture to her magic day. With a beautiful headpiece and fabric strips, she represents her tradition with honor and pride. It’s both quirky and stylish, but still true to her roots. A big thumbs up to this stunning lady.


Honey, could you get us some tacos?

Diane Nguyen wanted to honor Taco Bell. The fast-food chain has always been there for her – late meals after work or during study sessions, after party woes and lunches. She has been collecting wrappers for some time and decided to make a dress out of them. Simply astonishing!


Birdy, birdy

Feathers are a good addition to many different styles. Many people share this opinion, but this woman took things a little bit overboard. Red and white feathers are an amazing blend of Broadway and traditional elegance. Mission accomplished!


A slice of the bride?

If there was an award for the best dress of all time, this must be the recipient. This young lady wanted to commemorate her special day by dressing up as her favorite snack. The design is stunning, the bride is smiling – what more could you possibly want?


Gangster matrimony

Ever gangsters can get romantic, you know! This couple brings their own unique style, as they enter a holy union together. By spray-painting on their clothes, they’ve managed to accomplish a unique fusion of street style and tradition.


Team Edward vs. Team Jacob

Brides aren’t afraid to step out of their comfort zone and add some pizzazz to their gowns. This lady couldn’t decide between Edward and Jacob, so she decided to go with both. She is lucky to have a husband that doesn’t mind.


Real life Shrek and Fiona

This is simply adorable. Fiona now has a real-life version in this beautiful green bride. Look at the way they smile as they’re walking around a grassy field. Far Far Away never seemed closer and these two have their fairy tale wedding.


Cards are the theme

This lady managed to sneak card symbols into her wedding gown game. With spades, hearts, clubs, and diamonds – her pink gown is all set for the ultimate poker showdown. She even has a respectable poker face. Not bad at all.


The Tumblr bride

This girl is bride goal personified. With an amazing tattoo sleeve and antlers, she did the perfect job of balancing out the traditional white dress. Pink hair may be a daring undertaking for some, but she carries it gracefully.


Futurism is everywhere

Someone must have taken a thing or two from the book of 1990s extravagant fashion. A mix of fur and sparkly materials is just what this bride is looking for on her special day. The bridesmaids seem on fleek too, so there’s nothing to worry about.


In touch with your inner child

Is it a coincidence that this girl looks like a real-life Barbie doll? We think not. Whatever her goals may be, it’s clear that she embraced her inner child. The Barbie look wasn’t enough, so she had to add some balls to the mix. Amazing!

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Bride in the dark

Wedding gowns are works of art more often than not. This girl took this notion to a whole new level. With meticulously drawn beetles on her big gown, she turns into something even more majestic when she’s in the dark. You glow girl!


Weird and majestic

The spirit of anime is alive in far away from Portland! This girl pulled off the stunning wedding combination masterfully. With an amazing set of tattoos and a wild imagination, you have one of the boldest wedding fashion statements ever.


Corpse bride meets Halloween

It’s not easy to merge these things, but this young lady pulled off quite an accomplishment. Just think of all the people around town that saw a ghastly figure gently walking around in a wedding dress. We’re just wondering how did her husband look.

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Santa’s bride

Christmas is coming early this year and this dress is the best way to notify people of it. A Christmas tree-turned wedding gown might be an ideal choice for those wanting to have a winter wedding. If you think you can pull it off, go ahead!


Gown hair, don’t care

It’s not usual to see women wearing something other than a typical white gown. In this case, we can see a majestic exception to the rule. With a stunning art display, this bride-to-be is wearing a strange gown that seems to be made out of actual human hair. Whoa!


Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s super bride!

A superhero of a bride needs a superhero broom. We’re sure this stunning, comic book-loving young lady found her prince charming. We’re sure he couldn’t resist that sexy look in the distance. She just might have saved the day yet again!


Less is more

Body art is always beautiful. This bride-to-be is so proud of her own that she decided to show it off as much as she can. A minimalist dress like this leaves much room for the body art to be visible. Both classic and unique, hats off to this young lady right here!


You can wipe your butt with that wedding gown

No, seriously, you can! This lovely bride and her bridesmaids all have gowns made entirely out of toilet paper. Albeit unconventional, this concept is incredible and stunning. We’re sure her groom adored the idea. Maybe he even wore a toilet paper suit, too!


McDonalds – a greasy wedding

There isn’t a part of our lives that McDonalds hasn’t infiltrated yet. We’re simply loving the fact, despite all the criticism. These three ladies are enjoying a special event in beautiful wrapper-made dresses. Art can take many forms and this is just one of them.


Aluminum attire

This bride is boasting something incredible. With an aluminum and rhinestone embedded gown, this lady is simply and literally glowing all over the place. Rodeo Drive surely had their jaws all over the floor over this strange but captivating creation.


Chocolate and weddings –the ideal combo

Chocolate Week 2008 was a special event. The designers of Ian Stuart Brides decided to create something that represents this event perfectly. An impossible stunt became nothing less than reality – the first edible chocolate gown was born. It didn’t look anything less than majestic!


The orange camouflage wedding dream

This smiling bride wore something many wouldn’t even dare approach. With embedded beads and spots, this camouflage gown may just be the most daring fashion statement ever.  It’s the ideal starter kit for every outdoors wedding ceremony.


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