Best Wedding Dresses of 2011

Here are the best wedding dresses of 2011. It was a bumper crop for royal marriages but only three royal bridal gowns are worth mentioning. These are some great looking gowns for some beautiful brides.

The Best Wedding Dress of 2011

Kate Middleton became Duchess of Cambridge when she married Britain's Prince William.
Kate Middleton became Duchess of Cambridge when she married Britain's Prince William.

Catherine "Kate" Middleton married into royalty in this beautiful lace gown designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen's fashion house. It was perfect on her. Meanwhile, her cousin-in-law, Princess Zara married her rugby player fiance but her dress wasn't nearly as nice.

Second Place

Charlene Wittstock married Prince Albert II of Monaco
Charlene Wittstock married Prince Albert II of Monaco

Charlene Wittstock married Prince Albert II of Monaco in this stunning Giorgio Armani Prive gown. It was made from 140 yards of different silks, 40,000 Swarovski crystals, and 20,000 mother-of-pearl beads.

Third Place

Kim Kardashian in her gorgeous wedding dress with her sisters.
Kim Kardashian in her gorgeous wedding dress with her sisters.

Kim Kardashian's wedding dress was simple, elegant, and showed off her fabulous curves but it wasn't enough to make her marriage last more than three months. The gown was designed by Vera Wang.

Honorable Mention

This blush colored wedding dress that Reese Witherspoon wore to her wedding is different but traditional at the same time. The dress was designed by Monique Lhuillier and made from Chantilly lace and satin.

Jetsun Pema marries the King of Bhutan
Jetsun Pema marries the King of Bhutan

Commoner Jetsun Pema became Queen of Bhutan on her wedding to the King of Bhutan in this beautiful traditional wedding dress. The gown is colorful and rich looking.

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johncimble 4 years ago from Bangkok

great hubs!!


MP50 4 years ago

Beautiful just beautiful.

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