The Most Bizarre Wedding Dresses of All Time
We get a headache just looking at Celine Dion's wedding headpiece, which weighed a whopping seven pounds! The singer had to have it sewn into her hair when she wed her manager, Rene Angelil, in a Marie Antoinette-inspired creation in 1994.
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The bold amber hue is enough to give this Pnina Tornai gown daring status...the pink, fox-fur stole and feather headpiece are simply a bonus!
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Leave it to Baywatch babe Pamela Anderson to wear a bikini at her wedding! The groom, Kid Rock, went for a little more coverage -- jeans and a fedora for the maritime after-party aboard a yacht in St. Tropez in 2006.
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We're huge fans of the late Princess Diana's style, with one exception: the David and Elizabeth Emanuel design she chose for her 1981 wedding to Britain's Prince Charles, with its leg-of-mutton sleeves and 25-foot-long train.
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This dress by Stephen Yearick has it all -- embellishments, gathering, and flowers. But please note: Miracle-Gro not included.
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Bianca Jagger sizzled in a white Yves Saint Laurent Le Smoking jacket -- with nothing underneath -- when she married Rolling Stone Mick Jagger in 1971.
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For her wedding to baseball player Joe DiMaggio in 1954, screen siren Marilyn Monroe covered up her world-famous curves in a matronly brown suit.
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There's a lot we could say about this Beth Ellis dress, but it's definitely the sparkly helmet that takes it over the top.
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Only Gwen Stefani could rock a dip-dyed dress! The No Doubt singer had John Galliano for Dior create the two-tone look for her 2002 wedding to Bush front man Gavin Rossdale.
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Mia Farrow looked more Rosemary's Baby than ravishing bride in a boxy dress and cropped jacket when she wed Ol' Blue Eyes, Frank Sinatra, in Vegas in 1966.
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