What was Sarah Jessica Parker's dress like? Who designed the outfit for Bianca Jagger? Where was Sofia Coppola and Spike Jonze's wedding ceremony? BeautyHack publishes material on the best wedding looks of the 20th century.
Mia Farrow has married twice. At the age of 21, Frank Sinatra became her chosen one (at that time he was 50 years old). The marriage brought fame to the future actress. The wedding took place at The Sands Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
For the ceremony, Mia chose a white satin suit (pencil skirt with a bow and a cropped double-breasted jacket), a boy's haircut and nude makeup (we wrote about the latter here). After the official part, which lasted 4 minutes, the couple flew to Palm Springs, where they threw a big party. The guest list included Katharine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy, Dean Martin.
Elizabeth got married eight times. Her first husband is 18-year-old Conrad Hilton Jr. (heir to the Hilton empire and grandfather of Paris Hilton). 600 famous guests were invited to the ceremony, and another 3,000 fans were waiting for the couple at the door of the church in Beverly Hills. The dress with a 13-meter train and a corset that reduced Elizabeth's waist to 50 cm was invented by designer Helen Rose.
Diana married Prince Charles at the age of 19. The ceremony broke all records: 750 million people watched it on television, the cost of Diana's dress, which was created by David and Elizabeth Emanuel, is now estimated at 31 thousand pounds, and the birthday cake was baked for 14 weeks. Makeup for the future princess was done by Barbara Daly (it was she who invented nude and smoky eyes).
Sarah Jessica Parker
Before the wedding in New York, Sarah and Matthew Broderick dated for 6 years. The ceremony took place on Monday 19 May 1997 (Sarah was 32) in one of the oldest synagogues in the city. The couple threw a party, inviting 100 guests who only found out about the occasion on the spot. For the ceremony, Parker chose a black Morgane Le Fay dress and Robert Clergerie velvet shoes.
Marilyn Monroe and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Arthur Miller have married twice. The formal ceremony took place on June 29, 1956 at the courthouse in New York. Two days later, the couple threw a party for 25 people in the suburbs. An agent led Marilyn (she was 30 years old) to the altar. For the first ceremony, the actress chose a pencil skirt, shirt and gloves. At the party she appeared in a dress made of light muslin from Norman Norell. After the wedding, Arthur gave his wife a ring with the inscription “A to M, June 1956. Now is forever”.
Sophia's wedding to filmmaker Spike Jonze took place on June 26, 1999. For the ceremony, the couple chose the winery of Sophia's father Francis Ford Coppola in the Napa Valley. At the wedding party, Francis treated guests to Blanc de Blancs champagne, named after his daughter. For the wedding, Sofia chose a dress from John Galliano, and invited her beloved designer and friend Marc Jacobs to the ceremony. The couple spent their honeymoon on the island of Bora Bora.
In 1956, Grace became the wife of Prince Rainier III. The ceremony took place at the Cathedral of St. Nicholas in Monaco. At that time, 27-year-old Grace had two Golden Globes and an Oscar, but left her Hollywood career, receiving royal status. The ceremony consisted of two parts: registration and wedding. The famous dress made of ancient Belgian lace (which today is estimated at 300 thousand dollars, and then was bought by Prince Rainier from the museum) was created by designer Helene Rose, 30 seamstresses worked on it. As a wedding gift, Grace received a yacht on which the couple spent their honeymoon. By the way, it was the image of Grace Kelly that Madonna chose for her wedding when she married Guy Ritchie.
Jacqueline Bouvier was 24 when she married future US President John F. Kennedy. In front of 800 guests, the couple exchanged vows at St Mary's Catholic Church in Newport. Pope Pius XII blessed the couple.
Jacqueline was wearing a dress from New York designer Ann Lowe. 1,200 guests were invited to a party at the Hammersmith estate (nicknamed the "Summer White House" during Kennedy's presidency).
Bianca and Mick Jagger's wedding took place in Saint-Tropez in 1971. The press was delighted! For the ceremony, Bianca chose a Yves Saint Laurent tuxedo, a long skirt and a wide-brimmed hat with a veil. In addition to the traditional registration, the couple got married at St. Anne's Church. Among the invited guests were Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney and the entire Rolling Stones team, and British photographer Lord Patrick Lichfield led Bianca to the altar.
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