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How to Get Bella Swan's Wedding Look

Updated on August 26, 2012

The Dress, the Makeup, the Flowers...

From the much anticipated wedding of Bella Swan and Edward Cullen, in Twilight saga's Breaking Dawn Part 1, the bride's look can easily be replicated from the dress to the bouquet.

The Dress

The original dress, designed by famed designer Carolina Herrera, now has an affordable cousin available at Alfred Angelo's bridal. Valued at a mere $799, the almost identical dress can be yours.

Complete with the cut out lace back and sleeves with button detail, this dress comes in sizing 0 to 30w.

Alfred Angelo's Bella Swan Dress

The Ring

Bella Swan's engagment ring is my favorite kind; a unique piece of jewelry. It is an oval shaped cluster of pave diamonds set in white gold.

The Hair

Bella Swans hair was styled in a soft, low updo and secured with a sparkling crystal hair comb atop her veil.

There are small blue crystal flowers on the hair comb and a replica of this comb is available on It measures around 3"x4" and comes in a beautiful box.

See the tutorial below for the step-by-step guide to achieving the identical hairstyle.

Bella Swan's Wedding Hair Tutorial

Bella Swans Wedding Flowers

A clustered, hand tied bouquet of hyacinth, freesia, hydrangea, delphinium and larkspur make up Bella's soft, textured and fragrant wedding bouquet. Any good wedding florist could easily achieve this look.

Although it looks very fresh-picked, gathered and effortless, it will take a good amount of wiring and maniupulation to structure this bouquet, so expect it to cost anywhere from $300 to $600 for this piece at a reputable florist.

The Makeup

Stacey Panepinto did Kristen Stewart's makeup for the wedding scene and discusses the step-by-step technique with Bellasugar.


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      Marcie 5 years ago

      Cullen Wedding flat ware was by which company? They looked like twiggs...nicer than the odd china.