According to a recent statistics the average American bride spends $1,500 on her wedding gown, but when you are a celebrity and constantly in the spotlight that won’t do for you. Kim Kardashian and Victoria Beckham spent over $100,000 on their gowns. Amal Clooney, Melania Trump and Catherine Zeta Jones all had dresses worth six figures, not to mention that Kate Middleton’s gown is worth enough to buy you a very large house.
Princess Diana‘s wedding dress cost just £9000 at the time but, let’s face it, this is one of the most iconic wedding gowns of all time – so more appropriate estimates of £80,000 have been placed on it now.
Reports claim that Kate‘s Alexander McQueen gown cost around $400,000 to make, but nothing has been officially revealed by Clarence House.
In 2011, Kim Kardashian married NBA player Kris Humphries at a private California estate and filed for divorced 72 days later. The reality star wore not one but three Vera Wang dresses for her special day which costed her $25.000 each.
Would you expect anything less than a $400,000 custom Givenchy gown from Mrs Kardashian West? The dress was given a glimpse on her reality show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians and it was same price as Princess Kate’s dress. The elegant lace dress had a sheer back and long train.
Victoria Adams married David Beckham, way back in 1999. She wore a Vera Wang gown, which reportedly cost $100,000. Victoria loved her rather timeless, structured ball-gown wedding dress so much, she still has it in her closet, hoping that one day, her daughter Harper will want to wear it.
Jessica Biel‘s custom pink Giambattista Valli dress is rumoured to have cost upwards of $100,000.
Chelsea Clinton was married to Marc Mezinsky, in 2010, in a lavish $3 million ceremony. Her dress, which was designed by Vera Wang, is rumored to have cost approximately $32k. Luckily, the United States government wasn’t paying for it.
Catherine Zeta Jones got married to Michael Douglas in 2000 and she wore a gown made by the Christian Lacroix, which was a hand beaded dress, and its price was estimated to be $140,000.