Celebrity Bridesmaid Dresses – the Gorgeous and the Garish

February 15rd, 2013 in Wedding News

Celebrity Bridesmaid Dresses

image via thefrisky.com

Okay, we’re all fascinated by celebrity brides, but celebrity bridesmaid dresses can be just as much fun – if not more.

Celebrities are sisters and best friends, too – and they’ve got the celebrity bridesmaid dresses to prove it. What seems weird is that you expect celebrity bridesmaids to always be runway ready (as per the usual), but if the bride gets to choose the dress, well, I guess that celeb doesn’t have a whole lot of choice how she’s gonna look, now, does she?

Yup, celebrity bridesmaids look just like real-life bridesmaids. Sometimes they’re gorgeous, sometimes they’re garish. If you’re looking for a little inspiration for your own bridesmaids or just need a little giggle break from a hardcore wedding planning sesh, check out our fun collection of celebrity bridesmaid dresses in action.

Celebrity Bridesmaids, Celebrity Bridesmaid Dresses


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As you can see, celebrity bridesmaid dresses run the gamut between  beautiful and butt-ugly – just like bridesmaid dresses for regular people. It might seem a little weird seeing celebrity bridesmaids instead of celebrity brides – after all, celebs are supposed to be the stars of the show, not in supporting roles! But hopefully these images inspire you and also show you that sometimes, celebs are normal people, too (and sometimes even serial bridesmaids, like Jessica Simpson!). :)

Which of these bridesmaid dresses do you love? Which do you hate? Would you have a celebrity bridesmaid in your wedding or would you worry that she would steal the spotlight? I mean, it’s always the bride’s special day, but I could see how it might be a little weird to have Jessica Alba up there next to you!

Do these dresses give you any inspiration for your own wedding day – either what to do or what NOT to do? Let us know in the comments!

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