03rd Mar 2015
Rachel & Barry, Friends
We take a trip down memory-lane, enjoying our favourite TV wedding dresses to grace the small screen. From the ladies in Friends to Kylie and Jason’s ultimate soap wedding, we’re celebrating the infamous dresses of TV’s daytime heroines.
The cult classic spanned 10 years, and most characters tied the knot at one point, or another. Phoebe and Monica got properly hitched along the way, but it was Rachel’s almost-marriage to Barry, in the very first episode that started it all. Check out that veil? wowza!
And then there was that time, all three ladies lived the dream…
2. Gossip Girl
The stunning lace Vera Wang number of Blair’s first wedding was like something out of a Princess movie. But, just as we thought it couldn’t get better, the light blue Elie Saab gown of?her second wedding, to Chuck, stole our hearts.
Indeed, Serena‘s Georges Chakra, gold and white gown was the perfect dress for our favourite character, played by the oh-so stylish Blake Lively.
Oh how I distinctly remember idolizing Charlene (Kylie Minogue’s character) on Neighbours, and who could forget her wedding to Scott (Jason Donovan)? It’s probably the only 80s wedding outfit that doesn’t make me cringe.
4. Sex and the City
So many bad things happened at Charlotte’s wedding to Harry; Miranda’s speech went on fire, it took ages for Harry to break the glass at the end of the ceremony and poor Charlotte spilled wine all down the front of her dress. Bu, even that didn’t distract from that jaw-dropping Badgley Mischka gown? swoon!
5. Keeping up with the Kardashians
The start of the now infamous 72-day marriage of reality stars Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries is remembered for all the wrong reasons, mainly for being crazy over-the-top and the fact that they looked like plastic cake toppers. Still loved it, though.
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