Kim Kardashian’s Wedding Dress by Vera Wang
plus Kate Moss's Bridal Party

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Kim Kardashian married Kris Humphries on August 2011 in a ball gown wedding dress by Vera Wang. Well, actually she had 3 Vera Wang wedding gowns. The first dress is a “princess look” ball gown with full tulle skirt, basque waist and hand-pieced Chantilly lace applique on the bodice and train. For the first dance, Kim changed into a Georgette mermaid dress with hand-pieced Chantilly lace appliqué on bodice with skirt had hand-cut organza petals intermixed with Chantilly lace motifs and organza sprig embroidery. Her party dress is a bias-cut crepe-back satin gown with v-neck and circle skirt. All three looks were accessorized with custom jewelry by Lorraine Schwartz. What do you think of the headpiece?

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Kim Kardashian’s weddings guests were required to adhere to a strict black-and-white theme dress code. The girls in Kim’s  family — Kourtney, Khloe, Kendall, Kylie and mom Kris — all looked like blushing brides themselves, were dressed in white Vera Wang wedding dresses as well. How much fun is it to walk down the aisle, wearing a beautiful wedding dress without the stress of it actually being your wedding?!

What do you think? Guests wearing white to a wedding: no longer a no-no or still early days?

Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton set the trend of bridal guests wearing white when she had her maid-of-honor, sister Pippa, wear a white gown by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen (see Royal Wedding). In July we saw a number of guests in white at another Kate’s wedding recently — yup, that of Kate Moss’s. Some of her wedding guests, including Stella McCartney and Naomi Campbell came decked out in white, off-white or ivory outfits.

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Flower child — lovely portrait of Kate Moss, in a Calvin Klein Collection dress by Francisco Costa wedding dress, posing with her bridesmaids, flower girls and page boys in Vogue September 2011 issue. Love!

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  • paula thompson-fearnley

    i cant help but wonder if kardi kim will look back at this in years to come and think.. woof.. what was i thinking of??!!? – this is NOT the way to have any type of wedding, a bride looks right being distinctive for all the right reasons.. she would have looked far better in something more refined and elegant.. she has a stunning figure.. simplicity ought to have ruled the day.. where are the people around her that love her and want to advise her about what is right for her?? – i do hope that kim kardi does not look back on this day with diappointment and that she finds her earring.. and that she learns to enjoy to appreciatee the simpler things in life.. make sure you don’t end up like her girls!!
    paula @ bello matrimoni
    your wedding planning specialists

  • Missy

    Now that we know that Ms. Kardashian’s wedding was for media consumption only, it’s difficult to take anything she does seriously. What a waste of a beautiful dress, I must say. And I do think that her ceremony dress by Vera Wang was the perfect princess dress. I did not like the reception dress or any of the dresses worn by the attendants. They seemed to be the antithesis of Vera Wang.

    Kate Moss looked stunning in Dior. It’s tradition for English attendants to wear the same dress color as the Bride, and the attendants are typically much younger than the Bride, except for the Maid of Honor. It’s much more whimsical.