The star married Dax Shepard back in 2013, but the couple only recently released photos from their low-key courthouse wedding. It was so low-key, in fact, that she skipped a dress altogether, opting instead for a simple black top and pants — and a striking statement necklace for a little bit of bridal sparkle.
The model wed music mogul Jimmy Iovine in a black vintage Givenchy Haute Couture gown and oversize sculptural couture headpiece by milliner Stephen Jones for their Valentine's Day nuptials. And keeping with the nontraditional theme, all female guests (including Oprah Winfrey!) were asked to wear red.
What's the ultimate way to include your six children in your intimate wedding ceremony? Embroider their scribbles onto your gown and veil, of course – as did for her wedding to Brad Pitt in September 2014.
Not only was Piper Perabo's silver sequin Michael Kors gown a memorable choice for her N.Y.C. wedding, but the bold cathedral-length yellow veil she wore with it ensured it would not soon be forgotten.
The reigning star of street style had to go for an eye-catching choice for her June wedding to model Joannes Huebl. She certainly achieved that with her Carolina Herrera look, consisting of a cashmere sweater, lace skirt and matching shorts (yes, shorts).
If we'd exchanged vows right around the release of The Great Gatsby, we'd probably also have selected something like Lake Bell's custom Marchesa turtleneck creation (which she wore to wed Scott Campbell) with those Daisy-approved fringe tiers and intricate beading.
A billion dollars. OK, that's not quite how much Alexandra Lenas (who married founding president of Facebook Sean Parker) spent on this romantic Elie Saab dress. But all in (including those yards of tulle and tons of sequins), the wedding cost a reported $9 million.
Many brides eschew bright white for creams and ivories, but when Shenae Grimes got hitched to Josh Beech, she went to the opposite end of the color spectrum: The actress selected a dramatic midnight-and-blush Vera Wang gown from the designer's much talked-about Fall 2012 collection.
She arrived in a boat and trekked over dirt and grass to get to the alter, so it makes sense that Amber Tamblyn wore a laid-back midi in a mustard shade that matched the turning leaves when she married David Cross.
For her ceremony in N.Y.C., Cynthia Nixon opted for pale green in the form of a flowing Carolina Herrera gown (which coordinated with wife Christine Marinoni's tie) and got her fix of bridal white with a bouquet of peonies.